Radek Wyrzykowski - I was born in Poland in 1960. I came to the US as a political refugee. As a student in the 1980s in Poland, I became involved in the student independence movement. When the Polish government declared martial law in December 1981, I was imprisoned in January 1982. I came to the US in 1983. In January 2020, I was awarded by the Polish president the Cross of Freedom and Solidarity for my activities to benefit a free and democratic Poland. I obtained my professional pilot degree from Mohawk Valley, under the SUNY Albany program, and have more than six thousand hours dual given. I was a chief flight instructor for Horizon Aviation Inc. from 2007 to 2009 and a chief flight instructor for Northampton Aeronautics from 2005 to 2007. I was a correspondent and contributor to a Polish general aviation magazine, PILOT Club, where I published many articles. I am a certified flight instructor, instrument and multiengine instructor, and award-winning author. My book "Becoming A CFI" was published in April of 2021. I am the founder and creator of the IMC Club and served as the president of that organization until 2015 when the program was acquired by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). I served as a Senior Program Manager - Flight Proficiency Programs at the EAA until February of this year. I had my employment with EAA separated since I had a very strong philosophical disagreement on what a non-profit aviation organization should be. Now, I am going back to rebuild what I started almost 12 years ago and what EAA tried to distort. I have always believed in the aviation community and its ability to come together for the greater good of helping each other to become proficient and 100% safe flyers. I am sick and tired of aviation politics and personal interests and gains over what is the right thing to do. I always like to surround myself with people who know more than me and have the expertise I may not have. We are not gods; we are just humans, and everybody is good at something else. I hope to be able to use this forum to ask for your help and your expertise going forward.