Ask Riley Gaines Your Question!

September 25

Ever wondered how you can help beat the radical left? Join us THIS THURSDAY for mini courses with two leaders who are doing just that – and want you to join them!

Learn from former NCAA All-American swimmer Riley Gaines as she shares how to use your story to make a difference. Then, stick around to hear from Bob Vander Plaats, President and CEO of The FAMiLY Leader to learn how you can work with even the unlikeliest of allies to win social conservative issues.

Best of all? The live course is completely FREE to join live! Registration is required at the link below. (Did you register for last week’s Social Conservative Academy courses? You can use the same link you received when you registered before.)

Everyone has a story—how to be a force for change by telling your story Featuring special guest Riley Gaines

Thursday, Sept. 28 at 1:00 p.m. ET

Personal stories have the power to shape political discourse and influence decision-makers. By sharing our experiences and stories, individuals can humanize complex issues, creating empathy and understanding among policymakers and the public. Personal stories have the ability to capture attention and highlight the real-world consequences or opportunities that come from policy. In this course you will learn how to use your story and craft your message so you can change your world.

This course will be taught by 12-time All-American NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines, who famously was forced to compete against male swimmer Lia Thomas in the NCAA championships. She has since used her story to advocate for saving girls’ sports – and for respecting biological reality throughout our laws.

Unlikely allies make an unusual impact—how to win social conservative issues with people you never thought possible Featuring special guest Bob Vander Plaats

Thursday, Sept. 28 at 1:30 p.m. ET

This course teaches strategies and skills to foster collaboration and build partnerships with individuals or groups who may have differing perspectives or backgrounds. It emphasizes the importance of finding common ground, practicing effective communication, and leveraging shared goals to achieve common objectives. By learning how to navigate differences and build bridges, participants can broaden their impact, create stronger alliances, and navigate complex political landscapes more effectively.

Come learn from Bob Vander Plaats, CEO and President of The FAMiLY Leader. Vander Plaats has been a prominent voice in social conservative politics for years, hosting the annual FAMiLY Leadership Summit and frequently weighing in on the most pressing political matters of the day.

We hope you’ll join us Thursday for these special courses on How to Beat the Radical Left!


Amanda Banks
Vice President, Education