Michael J. Kerrigan

Michael Kerrigan


David Huer is a Canadian friend and the original of his review can be found at city moon.org.

I’ve been enjoying Michael Kerrigan’s book. After years of service in the US capital, Michael makes the restoration of civic virtue central to his life mission.

He has unlocked the challenge that all nations aspire to unlock, or claim to aspire thus. This is an inspiring book of examples for teachers of all nations; because it is the loss of civic virtue of each nation that ultimately damages our ability to have dialogue and conversation within each nation and its factions, and across each nation and alliance.

Dialogue moves us forward, and respect for each other – more than respect for rules – is key. What would Michael Kerrigan have us do? He asks us to ask How can civic virtue help us find our way back?

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On December 19, 2016 the following list of attendees participated in a character summit. The next several posts will address the content of that summit.

RADM Thomas C. Lynch, USN (Ret)

Chairman New Day USA

Michael J. Kerrigan

Owner of The Character Building Project

Greg Mooney

President & Executive Director Comer Science & Education Foundation

Richard M. Lerner, Ph.D.

Bergstrom Chair in Applied Developmental Science Director, Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development

Paul G. Stoltz, Ph.D.

Founder & CEO Peak Learning

Michael D. Matthews

Professor of Engineering United States Military Academy

Sarah Clement, Ph.D.

Director, Character Virtue Development John Templeton Foundation

Dr. Josephine J. Templeton

Trustee of John Templeton Foundation

Leah Jewell

Managing Director Career Development & Employability

Pearson Education

Jerry L. Johnson

Founder & CEO Axum Advisors, LLC

Jeri Lynne Johnson

Founder and Artistic Director of the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra


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