Building the next generation of leaders for marriage, family, and sexual integrity

Our Team

Executive Director

Alain Oliver is Executive Director of the Love and Fidelity Network and the Chief Executive Officer of LFN’s parent organization, the Collegiate Cultural Foundation. As a veteran nonprofit administrator, he has led the financial, operational and executive functions of nonprofit organizations with up to 100 employees and $4.5 million dollars in annual revenue. In his previous position, Alain worked on the social problems that affect maternity, birth, and child development. He joins LFN to tackle these problems from a different angle. The foundation of a flourishing society is the courtship-marriage-family continuum, which when executed well, is the greatest source of prevention of many of our social and economic problems. This continuum has been severely weakened through self-inflicted wounds and external pressures, and now requires renewed attention, support and mending. Alain looks forward to leading LFN in this work.

Alain holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Smeal College of Business at The Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Emory University. Born in Cuba, he is bilingual in English and Spanish, and currently resides locally with his wife and four young children.

Director of Outreach and Communications

Brittany Basile is a graduate of Cairn University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, summa cum laude. While in school she served as editor for the student newspaper and was active in student government, where she developed skills in content marketing and campaigning. Always interested in supporting the ideals of marriage and family, Brittany wrote her senior thesis on contraception and sexual ethics. Her study included research of the history, evolution, and consequent social effects of the use of contraception over the last century.

Prior to joining the Love and Fidelity Network, Brittany completed a fellowship at the John Jay Institute where she studied natural law, political theory, philosophy, and sexual ethics. She is excited to invest in a career that enables her to promote the institution of marriage, the special role of the family, and the integrity of sexuality.



Cassandra L. Hough is a graduate of Princeton University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree with concentrations in Religion and East Asian Studies.

She is a founder of Princeton’s student group, the Anscombe Society, which has received national attention for supporting the institutions of marriage, the role of the family, and chastity on Princeton’s campus. In 2007, Cassy was named a winner of the William E. Simon Fellowship of Noble Purpose, as well as a recipient of the Spirit of Princeton Award. After graduation, Cassy founded the Love and Fidelity Network to meet the needs of college students looking for resources and support to start initiatives similar to the Anscombe Society on their own college campuses.

Cassy is a former contributor to the blog ModestlyYours. She and her work have been featured by The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Glenn Beck Program, Bill Bennett’s Morning in America, and other publications and shows. Cassy lives with her family in Princeton.

Executive Director Emeritus

Caitlin La Ruffa served as Executive Director of the Love and Fidelity Network from 2011 to 2016. Prior to joining LFN, Caitlin worked at Bain & Company in New York. She began her career in the International Programs division of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.

Caitlin is a frequent speaker, commentator and writer on marriage and sexual integrity. She has been published in The Public DiscourseMercatornetAltCatholicah, and Verily Magazine. She has also been featured in The New York TimesNational Review Online, the Christian Broadcast Network, the National Catholic Register, and WORLD Magazine.

Caitlin graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a B.A. in Politics.

The Love and Fidelity Network is the principal program of the Collegiate Cultural Foundation a qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.