About The Outcast Club
Michael Sans - Founder
Hi, my name is Michael Sans. I am visually impaired. I created the Outcast Club on May 13, 2017. I made the Outcast Club because I was inspired by one of my favorite singers. His name is James Durbin.
James has taught me that it is fine to be yourself and to be who you want to be. I hope I can use the Outcast Club to teach people to be themselves like James has taught me.
I am glad to say that I have some people to help me with this. Those people are Randy, my Assistant Administrator, and Stacey Hill, my Head Editor. I am so glad that they were willing to help me with this. I could not do it without them.
Randy Weible -ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATOR
Hi, my name is Randy Weibl. I am a 5th grade teacher. I’ve known Michael Sans for a long time. I met Michael through my son’s friend Brandon who is Michael's brother. When Michael told me about this club. I knew already that I wanted to be part of the team before Michael have even had the chance to ask me. I am glad to say that I am able to help Michael out in any way to teach people to be themselves. I knew that when I found out about the Outcast Club that it would be a great thing that will go far.
"JAMES DURBIN is a Singer, Songwriter & Artist from Santa Cruz, California. He finished in 4th place on Season 10 of American Idol. Since 2017 Durbin has held the place as Lead Singer of '80's Heavy Metal band QUIET RIOT. Living and working with high-functioning Autism as well as Tourette Syndrome, Durbin is an advocate & role model for individuals living & working with disabilities themselves. James continues his outreach having worked with organizations such as WWE, Autism Society of America, Autism Speaks, Autism Works Now, Tourette Syndrome Association, CARD-USF & Temple Grandin, PhD."
Stacey Hill - Editor
Hi, my name is Stacey Hill. I knew Michael for a long time. I am a teacher in Raleigh, North Carolina. I met Michael in Fayetteville, Noth Carolina. I had first started out a follower of the club. Then one day, Michael had said to me that he was looking for an editor, and asked if I wanted the role. I had told Michael yes because I knew Michael was doing the right thing by teaching people that they can be themselves.
I also could tell that Michael could need some help with the club and I could tell that the club was starting to grow. I am 100% glad to say that I am part of the Outcast Club and am ready to help with anything.