Mission and Vision
To make it as easy as possible to take actions which help the world move beyond religion.
We envision a world that values evidence and humanism, where fewer people believe in the supernatural or supersitions and/or ignore evidence in favor of ideology.
November 2014 – Present
Sarah graduated from American University cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies. She is deeply passionate about secularism and concerned about the influence of religion in politics in the United States and throughout the world.
December 2013 – Present
“I was raised as a Christian in the south. I always had my doubts about the existence of a divine creator, but I didn’t admit that I was an atheist until I was in my early twenties. I just “came out” to my immediate family in 2012. Now I work as a personal trainer in New York City, and I’m surrounded by practitioners that promote pseudoscience and quackery in the health and wellness field. I want to do my best to promote science, reason, and critical thinking. I am so pleased to help promote a positive worldview with atheists and skeptics through Secular Action!”
December 2013 – Present
I joined the active atheist community in December 2012, and the first thing I noticed was that it is difficult to get involved!
I had to do a bunch of research to find events to attend, causes to support, projects to volunteer on. So I decided that the best way to help was to create a website doing just that: connecting activists to actions. The site launched on January 7th, 2013 at www.SecularAction.org.
Bio: Michael Trollan is a technology consultant. He has built many name-brand websites, including Verizon.com, MarthaStewart.com, Coach.com, and many more.
Advisors and Supporters
May 2014 – Present
Chris Johnson is the creator of A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy and Meaning in a World Without God. It is both a book and a movie. He is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker. He received his undergraduate degree in film production (along with a minor in religious studies) from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. He has spent the last two years working on A Better Life, traveling across the United States, Canada, the UK, Ireland, and other countries. Chris is the recipient of the Kodak Award for Excellence in Filmmaking as well as the B.F. Lorenzetti Scholarship for Excellence in Filmmaking.