On the grounds of Saint Hill—L. Ron Hubbard’s international Scientology academy from 1959 to 1966, and where Mr. Miscavige served as the youngest professional auditor.

L. Ron Hubbard long held that spiritual freedom both contributes to and stems from a belief in the brotherhood of Man. From precisely this vantage point, Mr. David Miscavige has spearheaded global humanitarian programs including the Truth About Drugs, one of the world’s largest nongovernmental drug education and prevention campaigns; the Church-sponsored worldwide human rights education campaign promoting the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; and Scientology Volunteer Ministers who provide disaster aid in every corner of the globe.

David Miscavige at Saint Hill

To fulfill the overwhelming demand for these programs, Mr. Miscavige oversaw the establishment of the Scientology Dissemination and Distribution Center. It provides informational and educational materials for Church-sponsored humanitarian initiatives, all of which are made freely available in over a dozen languages.

In these, and a myriad of other ways, Mr. Miscavige is realizing L. Ron Hubbard’s intention to provide the broad-scale help Mankind so urgently needs. In the process, he has provided worldwide humanitarian initiatives that Scientologists are immensely proud to support.

It is Mr. Miscavige’s unwavering adherence to L. Ron Hubbard’s vision that has propelled Scientology so far and so fast in but a quarter of a century. It is what will continue to ensure the growth of this religion and what will finally bring about a world where all may rise to greater heights.

Such was the dream of L. Ron Hubbard and such is the work of David Miscavige.