Nicole Lafond is a news writer for TPM based in New York City. She is also currently earning a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University and previously worked as an education reporter at The News-Gazette in Champaign, Ill. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Johnny Dwyer is a reporter and adjunct professor at Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University. He is the author of two books, “The Districts" and “American Warlord."
William David Cohan is an American business writer. He was an investigative reporter for the Raleigh Times. He then worked on Wall Street for seventeen years as a mergers and acquisitions banker.
Abha Bhattarai is the national retail reporter for The Washington Post. She was previously a reporting fellow at the New York Times, and has written for the Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Tampa BayTimes.
Kareem Fahim has served as the Istanbul bureau chief and a Middle East correspondent for The Washington Post since September 2016. Previously, he worked for 11 years as a staff reporter for the New York Times, with assignments on the metro desk and as a Cairo-based foreign correspondent reporting on the Arab uprisings and their aftermath. Fahim attended Occidental College in Los Angeles, and Columbia University's graduate School of International and Public Affairs. He grew up in Palo Alto, Calif., and in Kuwait.
I have been a scientist in the field of the earth and environmental sciences for 33 years, specializing in geologic disposal of nuclear waste, energy-related research, planetary surface processes, radiobiology and shielding for space colonies, subsurface transport and environmental clean-up of heavy metals. I am a Trustee of the Herbert M. Parker Foundation, Adjunct at WSU, an Affiliate Scientist at LANL and consult on strategic planning for the DOE, EPA/State environmental agencies, and industry including companies that own nuclear, hydro, wind farms, large solar arrays, coal and gas plants.
TMoises Velasquez-Manoff wrote his first piece for the Sunday Review in 2012. His work has also appeared in The New York Times magazine, the Atlantic monthly, Mother Jones and Scientific American. He's author of the book, "An Epidemic of Absence: A New Way of Understanding Allergies and Autoimmune Diseases." He lives in Berkeley, California.
Dr. Vandana Shiva is an Indian scholar, environmental activist, food sovereignty advocate, and anti-globalization author. Shiva, currently based in Delhi, has authored more than twenty books.
Colin Schultz is a freelance science writer and editor based in Toronto, Canada. He blogs for Smart News and contributes to the American Geophysical Union. He has a B.Sc. in physical science and philosophy, and a M.A. in journalism.
David Brennan is currently a World News reporter for Newsweek. Prior to joining Newsweek in early 2017, he reported on British politics and global current affairs as a staff writer at International Business Times. He has also held reporting roles at a selection of trade publications covering the healthcare, transport and property industries. Originally from London, David graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2012 where he studied history. You can contact him at email@example.com.
David Daley is the author of "Ratf**ked: Why Your Vote Doesn't Count" (Norton/Liveright). His work on redistricting has been published by the New Yorker, the Atlantic and the Guardian, among other publications. He is the former editor in chief of Salon. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Moser is an award-winning political correspondent for The Nation. He has chronicled Southern politics for nearly two decades for publications ranging from Rolling Stone toThe Independent. A native of North Carolina, he lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Stephen Wertheim is a historian of the United States in the world. He is a Co-Founder of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft and Research Director of its Ending Endless War program. He is also a Research Scholar at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University.
Adam Taylor writes about foreign affairs for The Washington Post. Originally from London, he studied at the University of Manchester and Columbia University. -- Reach me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or my DMs are open. Washington, DC
Andrew Jacobs, a reporter with the Health and Science desk of The Times based in New York, previously reported from Beijing and Brazil. He also worked as a Metro reporter, with stints at the Style section and the National desk, covering the American South. His reporting for The Times has included such varied topics as the presidential campaign, the aftermath of the earthquake in China and the lead up to the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Taylor Telford is a reporter covering national and breaking news at The Washington Post, where she has worked since June 2018. Previously, Telford was a features intern with The Post. email@example.com
Scott has a master's in hydrogeology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has worked as a hydrogeologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. In addition to teaching at Coconino County Community College and Northern Arizona University, he is Science Editor for Climate Feedback. Scott has been writing for Ars since 2011—almost as long as he's been brewing beer in his closet, but not nearly as long as he's been bleeding the various colors of Chicago's sports teams.
Henry Olsen is a Washington Post columnist and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center Olsen began his career as a political consultant at the California firm of Hoffenblum-Mollrich. After three years working for the California Assembly Republican Caucus, he returned to school to become a lawyer.
Isabel Kershner is a correspondent in Jerusalem for The New York Times covering Israeli and Palestinian politics and society, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and diplomatic efforts to resolve it. Since joining the Times’ Jerusalem bureau in 2007 she has covered Israel’s wars with Gaza, the failed efforts at peacemaking and the often fraught, internal divisions and culture wars that shape the lives of Israelis and Palestinians.
Nicole is a reporter at INSIDER. She was previously a digital reporting fellow at PBS Frontline, covering politics, foreign policy, and immigration. Before Frontline, she reported on general news and reproductive health issues at Bustle. She graduated from the University of Washington and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.
Robert Scheer, editor in chief of Truthdig, has built a reputation for strong social and political writing over his 30 years as a journalist. His columns appear in newspapers across the country, and his in-depth interviews have made headlines. He conducted the famous Playboy magazine interview in which Jimmy Carter confessed to the lust in his heart and he went on to do many interviews for the Los Angeles Times with Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and many other prominent political and cultural figures.
Jeanna Smialek writes about the Federal Reserve and the economy for The New York Times. She previously covered economics at Bloomberg News, where she also wrote feature stories for Businessweek magazine.
Laura Reiley is the business of food reporter. She was previously a food critic at the Tampa Bay Times, San Francisco Chronicle and Baltimore Sun. She has authored four books in the Moon Handbook series, has cooked professionally and is a graduate of the California Culinary Academy. In 2017 she was a Pulitzer and James Beard finalist.
Ben reports on global economics and geopolitics for AJ Impact, the new business and finance vertical at Al Jazeera Digital. He often writes about international trade, climate change and urban policy. He was previously a Planning Editor at Al Jazeera America in New York City and an Online Producer at Al Jazeera English in Doha, Qatar. Before joining Al Jazeera, Ben worked at PBS Worldfocus. He holds a master's degree in digital media from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. In 2007, he researched the caste system as a Fulbright scholar at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in Mumbai. Originally from Baltimore, he studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) at the University of Pennsylvania. In his free time, Ben enjoys cities, languages, music and travel.
Ryan Goodman (@rgoodlaw) is founding co-editor-in-chief of Just Security. He is the Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Professor of Law at New York University School of Law. He served as Special Counsel to the General Counsel of the Department of Defense (2015-16). Ryan is also a Professor of Politics and Professor of Sociology at NYU. He was the inaugural Rita E. Hauser Professor of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at Harvard Law School. He received a J.D. from Yale Law School, a Ph.D. from Yale University, and a B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin.
Marc Steiner is an American radio talk show and podcast host. He currently hosts The Marc Steiner Show He previously worked for WYPR from 1993 until parting with the organization on February 1, 2008, and on WEAA 88.9FM, an NPR affiliate station, in Baltimore, Maryland, from 2008 to 2017.
Arthur Delaney started working for HuffPost in 2009. He covers politics and the economy. Previously he wrote for the Washington City Paper, The Hill newspaper, Slate Magazine, and ABCNews.com. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Branko Marcetic is a staff writer at Jacobin magazine and a 2019-2020 Leonard C. Goodman Institute for Investigative Reporting fellow. He hails from Auckland, New Zealand, where he received his Masters in American history, a fact that continues to puzzle everyone who meets him.
Harry Cockburn writes news, features and opinion pieces. He has also worked as one of The Independent’s newsdesk editors since October 2016. His work frequently focuses on the environment and global climate change.
Hamilton Nolan is a Senior Writer covering politics at Splinter News. Nolan began his career writing for a comedy magazine set up by Chris Rock and as Staff Writer at Folio Weekly. ... He covered media at Gawker and became their longest-tenured writer before it’s closure in 2016.
Marshall Auerback is a fellow of Economists for Peace and Security. A global portfolio strategist for the Denver-based investment group Madison Street Partners, LLC, he has over 28 years’ experience in investment management. Since 2003, he has been a consulting economist for PIMCO, and until July 2010 was a global portfolio strategist for fund manager RAB Capital PLC.
Henry A. Giroux currently holds the McMaster University Chair for Scholarship in the Public Interest in the English and Cultural Studies Department and the Paulo Freire Distinguished Scholar in Critical Pedagogy. His most recent books are "America's Addiction to Terrorism" (Monthly Review Press, 2016) and "America at War with Itself" (City Lights, 2017). He is also a contributing editor to a number of journals, including Tikkun, the Journal of Wild Culture and Ragazine. Giroux is also a member of Truthout's Board of Directors.
Philip M. Giraldi is a former CIA counter-terrorism specialist and military intelligence officer who served nineteen years overseas in Turkey, Italy, Germany, and Spain. He was the CIA Chief of Base for the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 and was one of the first Americans to enter Afghanistan in December 2001. Phil is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a Washington-based advocacy group that seeks to encourage and promote a U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East that is consistent with American values and interests.
Oren is a photojournalist and a founding member of the Activestills photographers collective. Since 2003 he has been documenting a range of social and political issues in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories, with an emphasis on activist communities and their struggles.
Akela Lacy is a politics reporter. She was previously The Intercept’s inaugural Ady Barkan Reporting Fellow; prior to that, she was a politics fellow in the D.C. Bureau. She has also worked at Politico, covering breaking news and immigration. She produced Politico’s flagship newsletter, Playbook, and co-authored the afternoon newsletter, Playbook PM. Prior to that, Lacy worked in international reporting at the Pulitzer Center. She graduated from the College of William and Mary with a B.A. in sociology and Italian. She is currently based in Washington, D.C. -- email@example.com.
Deanna Paul covers national and breaking news for The Washington Post. She was part of the newspaper's team that was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting, revealing the vast number of unsolved homicides in America’s major cities. Before joining The Post, she spent six years as a New York City prosecutor. Her work has also appeared in WIRED, Rolling Stone, the Guardian and the Marshall Project. firstname.lastname@example.org. NYC
James Ellsmoor is a Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur, dedicated to his passion for sustainable development and renewable energy. James is Co-Founder and Director of Solar Head of State, an international nonprofit working with governments in the Caribbean and Pacific islands to raise awareness of renewable energy through high-profile solar installations and associated publicity campaigns. A digital nomad, James has worked and traveled in over 50 countries and consults for leaders in NGOs, the private sector and government on topics related to sustainable development and entrepreneurship. His work extends into climate change policy, renewable energy and travel and he has particular expertise in small island developing states (SIDS). Visit his website: www.jellsmoor.com
Renae Merle joined The Washington Post’s business desk in September 2001. She has covered local defense contractors, consumer affairs and the collapse of the housing market in 2008. Merle has also worked for the Wall Street Journal and the Associated Press. She was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in economics and business journalism at Columbia University.