While Disaster Avoidance Experts serves paying clients, its founders are also passionate about helping our society as a whole avoid disastrous decisions and advance global flourishing. To promote this goal, the founders serve on the Board of Directors of the educational 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Intentional Insights, devoted to promoting science-based truth-seeking, rational thinking, and wise decision-making. Disaster Avoidance Experts is a social enterprise, donating all of its profits and significant amounts of volunteer time from its staff to this nonprofit, and especially to this nonprofit's Pro-Truth Pledge project to promote truthfulness in public discourse. For examples of our volunteer activities, we regularly give public presentations to civic groups, such as this one entitled “How Rational Are You?”
He also gives webinars for organizations, such as this webinar for PsychCentral on "Leading People to Accept the Facts."
The biggest project of this nonprofit is the Pro-Truth Pledge, meant to uplift truth and civility in business, politics, media, and other areas of public discourse. The pledge asks signers - which includes private citizens and public figures - to commit to 12 behaviors that research in behavioral science shows correlate with an orientation toward truthfulness. Globally-known public figures, such as Peter Singer, Steven Pinker, Jonathan Haidt, and Michael Shermer, have joined this project, along with hundreds of other public figures and thousands of private citizens. The pledge has received positive media coverage in prominent US and international print venues, such as The Guardian, Newsweek, and Scientific American. The pledge functions as the equivalent of the Better Business Bureau for public figures: the BBB provides credibility for ethical business practices and the pledge provides credibility for truthfulness for public figures and organizations. You are welcome to take the pledge at ProTruthPledge.org. Gleb gives a number of talks about the Pro-Truth Pledge, such as this panel where he joined executives of prominent newspaper, TV, and radio outlets.