Selected as Executive Director for The Fathers’ Rights Movement in October 2020, Casey Sowers, a father and 14-year U.S. Army veteran having served as an officer in both Artillery and Military Intelligence branches, brings business acuity and a strategic mindset to navigate the complexities faced in the struggle fathers face for equal shared parenting. He earned a Bachelor of Science from in Criminal Justice, a Master of Arts in Intelligence Operations, a Master of Business Administration and Master of Business Analytics from the University of Miami, and currently is a Doctoral Candidate in Business Administration conducting his dissertation on the impact inequality in the family court system has on corporations.
After learning about the inequalities in the family court system firsthand, Jason began volunteering his time with The Fathers’ Rights Movement as an editor in 2017. Jason brings 15+ years in upper management skills, numerous art courses, and a passion for creating content and marketing, which he found working with a marketing company out of Boston and then his own local marketing company.
Director of Operations
Sarah found The Fathers’ Rights Movement when her family needed to update their custody plan. She found the parents and volunteers of The Fathers’ Rights Movement a great resource for determining what situations were not covered in the standard orders. The more Sarah engaged with the followers and volunteers of The Texas Fathers’ Rights Movement, the more apparent it became to her that the children of Texas needed a voice with practical knowledge of 50/50. Through career experience, Sarah has become extremely skilled in creating training materials, training, vendor relationship management, system updates, data analysis, quality control, and process development. Currently, Sarah is seeking a degree in Legal Studies and obtaining paralegal certifications in order to assist local attorneys with pro bono casework concerning Family Court cases.
Director of Information Technology
Appointed as IT Manager in 2018, Glenn welcomed the opportunity to apply the skills developed over several decades in information systems support. Having earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration for Management Information Systems in 2000, he was able to apply his application development experience to the technology infrastructure needs of a growing shared parenting advocacy non-profit organization.
David Vesper has been contributing his skills to The Fathers’ Rights Movement since 2016 and currently serves as Legislative Director. David has over 20-years of service to the United States in the US Army, during which time he earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies with a Global Social Science track. David provides leadership through coaching, mentoring, and legislative advice to state liaisons to assist with the passage of or opposition to critical state legislation pertinent to shared parenting values.
Kenneth came to The Fathers’ Rights Movement in 2016 and began working on equal shared parenting legislation leading him all over the United States. In 2019, he began collaborating to create new media and content, allowing him to coach, mentor, advise and reach out to fathers every day to help them through their struggles with the family court system. He continues to bring new content and collaborate on ways to provide awareness to the systematic problems fathers face and looking for solutions that one day all children will have equal access to both loving parents.