Sloan is an entrepreneur-turned- journalist & activist passionate about defending the political and educational rights of all Americans. She has spent the past 6 years evangelizing a direct and determined approach to fighting bigotry and has helped parents and students stand up to school administrators aiming to take away their personal liberties.
Throughout her career in the media, Sloan has gone after anti-Semites in schools and in politics; she has exposed the financial roots of violent Antifa mobs who have destroyed lives and small businesses; she has spotlighted the funders of the Defund the Police movement, and she has been consistently revealing the damaging effects of 'anti-racist' Critical Race Theory in our K-12 classrooms. Sloan is a contributor at the Federalist, The National Pulse, The American Conservative, and Law Enforcement Today.
Sloan received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Harvard University in 2007 - while she was in her 30s! Way before that, she dropped out of high school after her Sophomore year due to the instability that bouncing around foster homes in North Carolina and in Florida brought into her life.
Sloan's non-traditional educational background, and her experience fighting for her own children's civil liberties, has prepared her to fight for the rights of families from all backgrounds in North Carolina public schools.
Danielle Nicole Robinson
Whereas many of us have spent most of our lives on one side or the other, Danielle, has been on both sides of the socio-political issues we struggle with today. She was born in Brooklyn to parents with Dichotomous social and political views. Her mother, socially conservative but fiscally liberal, was a woman of great faith, who initially raised the family on government assistance. Her father, however, was fiscally conservative but socially liberal. He preferred Non-Christian liberal values and conservative free-market economics.
Before Danielle went to 6th grade her mother (with whom she lived) made the courageous decision to leave the Welfare System, get her GED and start her first job at $2.75 an hour. By the age of 18, Danielle had already decided that by watching both of her parents a conservative approach on all sides was best.
Danielle’s conservative values on family and education have been her driving force. With a Christ-Centered, servant’s heart, she breaks down barriers of race, color and socio-economic status to show that in our shared conservative values there still exists the ties that bind: Faith, Family and Friendship.
Danielle is a Wake County GOP precinct chair; the original director of Blexit NC, a group which calls for a “black exit” from the Democratic Party; and a board member of the North Carolina Republican Party’s Black Conservative Voices Coalition. She possesses a bachelor's degree from Glenville State College, a background in Financial Analysis, and has served as a Wall Street consultant.
Danielle Nicole Robinson
Luke was educated in the North Carolina's public education system and has experienced first-hand the problem of radical indoctrination in the classroom. He believes that our country can never truly stand united until they understand themselves to be a part of the American family and stop placing themselves in groups and in factions. Growing up, Luke and his family were an integral part of the local church community and he credits the values and moral-based education found in youth functions for giving him a positive outlook on life.
Luke was raised on a farm where he learned the power of a strong work ethic - something he believes should be taught to children by positive role models in schools and in the community. Farming is still part of Luke's daily life as he now manages a farmhand tends to horses, goats, and chickens!
Luke is the youngest region chair for the GOP and has worked for many campaigns including Alan Swain for Congress, Fred Vonn Cannon for Wake County Commissioner, and Erin Pare for NC House 37. He also was a member of the Trump Victory team were he worked as a youth field organizer.
Aaron Alexander is a grassroots organizer and Regional Director at the BLEXIT Foundation who works with minority communities and youth to develop professional skills and to educate them on American history, entrepreneurship as a key to avoid government dependency, and alternative educational opportunities to public schooling.
Aaron knows that the public school system has been failing the students of North Carolina for far too long. As a product of Durham Public Schools, he can attest to the failing practices and indoctrination that takes place in the classroom. This realization is what drives him to hold our teachers and board members accountable while bringing the students of North Carolina the education they need.
Aaron was a double major in psychology and philosophy at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte.