President of the Church of Scientology in New York. He became an ordained minister with the Church of Scientology in 1973, and has served as President of the Church of Scientology in New York since 1987.
Former member of Scientology's Sea Org, whose members "occupy the most essential and trusted positions in the senior churches in the Scientology hierarchy"; went on to become an outspoken critic of Scientology. While a member of the organization, Armstrong was "officially authorized by the Church of Scientology to write a biography" about L. Ron Hubbard. He left the organization in 1981.
Former spokesman and director of Celebrity Centre International, Los Angeles. Was listed as an "International Spokesperson" on Scientology Newsroom, the Church's official media resource center.
Joined the Sea Org in 1994, In 2005, MSNBC characterized Feshbach as a "Senior Scientologist", and Fox News Channel called her "a high-level Scientologist" within the organization. In 2006, MSNBC described Feshbach as, "a high-level Scientology practitioner and member of the church's influential Feshbach family". Feshbach began working with assistants to celebrity Scientology member and actor, Tom Cruise, in April 2005; she attended to Katie Holmes. By 2009, Feshbach had become a public spokesperson for Scientology; as of January 2011, she was listed as an "International Spokesperson" on Scientology Newsroom, the Church's official media resource center.
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