During the 2020 election period, Emiliano founded CTD to facilitate respectful political discussions at his school; seeing success, he sought to replicate his local branch at schools across the country. Emiliano is responsible for defining CTD’s general strategy and managing the leadership team.
Along with making numerous appearances on our materials page, Enoch has spearheaded CTD’s social marketing efforts, running our TikTok, YouTube and Instagram accounts. Enoch also helps run the Trinity branch.
Turner has been with CTD since its inception. He has written many of our briefs on controversial issues. Turner primarily serves as a writer but also helps run the Trinity branch.
Daniel started CTD’s second branch at Trinity School. He created CTD’s design identity, including our website’s graphics. Daniel has also contributed many briefs to our materials page due to his interest in political philosophy.
Chloe, our youngest team member, has created a range of materials for CTD. She has a keen interest in politics, which enables her to write materials that represent the views of millions of Americans.
Saeed has contributed many briefs to our team page and serves as our primary editor. Having made corrections to nearly every brief, Saeed is responsible for defining the direction of CTD’s written content and ensuring its impartiality.
Raj, being one of CTD’s newest members, has already made a mark on our organization. He has helped with digital marketing, outreach, and with defining our strategic vision. He also leads our PA branch, aided by Daksh Goyal.