In 1977, Karin Pouw began as coordinator of social reform programs for the Church of Scientology in Paris. She then became Director of Public Affairs for Europe and since 1993 has been Director of Public Affairs for Church of Scientology International, overseeing social betterment and human rights programs worldwide.
After an eight-year career in the National Football League (1969-77), Robert Adams became a media spokesperson for Church-sponsored drug education and drug rehabilitation programs. He is currently a spokesperson for Church of Scientology International social betterment and human rights programs.
After working in event and film production, Nick Banks joined the Public Affairs Office of the Church of Scientology International in 2009. He is a coordinator of Church humanitarian initiatives, public events and activities of Ideal Churches of Scientology around the world.
Beginning work in public relations in 2002, Erin Banks joined the Church's public affairs office in 2009 at the Church of Scientology International. She currently works with the Church's humanitarian initiatives, public events and activities of the Ideal Churches of Scientology worldwide.
Prior to becoming a spokesperson for Church of Scientology International, Tracie Parker spent nine years specializing in the coordination and promotion of the Church's human rights campaign and other humanitarian programs.
A magazine editor and Public Broadcasting Service information officer for two decades prior to joining Church staff, Ms. Hight has edited and directed publications and media relations for Church of Scientology International since 1992.
Linda Wieland began in community relations for the Church in Buffalo, New York, in 1971, later coordinated the Church's Social Reform activities in Los Angeles, and for the past decade has worked in public affairs for Church of Scientology International.