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Media executive and author, specializing in digital journalism, strategic content and organizational leadership.
Kaili Joy Gray
Long-time progressive editor and writer and fierce feminist. Formerly Planned Parenthood, Wonkette, and Daily Kos. Follow her on Twitter @KailiJoy
Democratic strategist, feminist activist, and former communications advisor for Hillary Clinton, EMILY's List, & Sen. Al Franken. Follow her on Twitter @jess_mc.
Journalist, former senior politics editor at ThinkProgress. Follow her on Twitter: @MelsLien.
Editor. Formerly with PPFA and publications including the Los Angeles Times Magazine and Ms.
Attorney, editor, and writer who has worked in the areas of First Amendment, education, and labor law. Follow her on Twitter @snipy.
Former research fellow at Media Matters for America who has been blogging about politics since 2001. Follow him on Twitter @owillis.
Dan Desai Martin
Former international development advocate, communications consultant, education advocate, and freelance writer. Follow him on Twitter @DanMartinTalks.
Emily C. Singer
Emily C. Singer is a political reporter based in New York. She's covered campaigns and elections for years, including at Roll Call, Mashable and Mic. Follow her on Twitter @CahnEmily.
Former senior investigative reporter at ThinkProgress and former head of money-in-politics reporting at the Center for Public Integrity. Follow him on Twitter @jeisrael.
Fresh graduate of Oberlin College with a degree in Politics. Based out of Chicago.
Social Media Editor
Former ThinkProgress and ESPN editor. Follow him on Twitter @fwdale.
Founder of Benchmark Politics, the top election forecaster for the 2016 primaries. Follow her on Twitter @benchmarkpol.
Director of Outreach
Former executive director of OneVoice. Advance for Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Joe Biden.
IT professional, technician and software developer.