Nate Fischer is Chairman and cofounder of New Founding, a digital commonwealth organizing people to advance their common interests in domains including technology, commerce, and media. He is a cofounder of American Reformer, a new organization and online journal to address contemporary political and cultural issues from a Protestant perspective and confront related institutional threats.
Nate has broad investment and company-building experience, with a particular focus on macro changes and risks. He has made control or lead investments in manufacturing, career prep, and alternative investment companies. He previously cofounded InvestRes, a billion-dollar real estate company, has helped launch several civic organizations, and is a Claremont Institute Lincoln fellow. He lives with his wife and three children in Dallas, Texas.
Aaron Renn is the Executive Director of American Reformer. He’s also the founder of the Masculinist, a newsletter and media platform for Christian men.
Renn was previously an urban policy researcher, writer, and consultant. He was a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research for five years. His work has been featured in leading publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian, and The Atlantic.
Prior to public policy, Renn spent 15 years in the technology and management consulting industry, mostly at Accenture, where he was a partner.
He lives with his wife and son in Indianapolis.
Ben C. Dunson is the Editor-in-Chief of American Reformer. He is also New Testament professor, having previously taught at Reformed Theological Seminary (Dallas, TX), Reformation Bible College (Sanford, FL), and Redeemer University (Ontario, Canada). He received a Ph.D. in New Testament from the University of Durham (UK), and is the author of Individual and Community in Paul’s Letter to the Romans, as well as various academic and popular-level articles. He lives in the northern suburbs of Dallas with his wife and four boys.