Foundation for the Study of Individualism

A Non-profit, Educational and Research Organization Since 1972 [formerly, "School of Communication"]

"Cogito ergo sum"—I think, therefore I am—Descartes, 1637

 

FSI
Foundation for the Study of Individualism

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About FSI

In May 2007, the School of Communication (SOC) changed its name to the Foundation for the Study of Individualism (FSI). The name change reflects our shift in primary focus from the "streets" and "classrooms" to the formulcation and dissemination of the ideas emenating from those real-life experiences.

 

About SOC

The School of Communication (SOC) was founded in 1971 by a group of educators and professionals interested in social issues confronting inner-city youth. These individuals have been committed to social research that has included the development of programs designed to enhance learning opportunities that would assist youth in developing strategies for making sense out of their environments, increasing their personal control over their life-choices, and developing communication skills that would support their successes in school, work, and interpersonal relationships.

 

FSI Board of Trustees

Gordon F. Brown, PhD, Founder, Trustee and Corporate President. Gordon F. Brown, psychologist and Professor Emeritus.

James B. Bickley, PhD, Trustee and Corporate Treasurer. James B. Bickley, psychologist and community college professor.

Robert E. McLean, MBA, Trustee. Robert E. McLean is a community college professor of economics.

Warren L. Preble, Trustee and Corporate Vice President. Warren L. Preble, retired probation officer for Los Angeles County.

Claudia R. Wright, PhD, Trustee and Corporate Secretary. Claudia R. Wright, Professor Emerita (Educational Psychology).

Former Board of Trustee Member

Service Years

1971 - 2004 -- Boyd S. Lemon, JD, Attorney.

 


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