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NamePreferred pronounsTitle, OrganizationExpertise
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Lynn OberlanderGeneral counsel, Gizmodo Media GroupLibel, privacy law
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Katie FallowSenior attorney, Knight First Amendment InstituteFirst Amendment law
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Shontavia JohnsonProfessor, Clemson UniversityPresidential records laws, general
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Natalie SouthwickAmericas research associate, CPJPress freedom in Latin America
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Kathleen CarrollChair of board, CPJPress freedom
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Courtney RadschAdvocacy director, CPJPress freedom
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Alexandra EllerbeckNorth America program coordinator, CPJPress freedom in the US
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Margaux EwenExecutive director, Reporters Without Borders Washington bureauPress freedom in the US and globally
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Indira LakshmananPoynter ethics chair & Boston Globe columnistMedia ethics
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Farai ChideyaFord FoundationMedia diversity
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Emily BellTow Center for Digital Journalism at ColumbiaDigital journalism and tech platforms
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Barbara EhrenreichFounder of the Economic Hardship Reporting ProjectIntersection of class and journalism, covering economics, covering the poor
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Megan BolerProfessor, University of TorontoMedia representation of gender and women, US military, Trump and media conflicts
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Johanna KellerAssociate professor, Syracuse Univesity; music critic at The Hopkins ReviewMedia coverage of the arts, music criticism
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Hub BrownAssociate dean at Newhouse, Syracuse UniversityMedia diversity
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Holly EdgellLead editor, Sharing America/St. Louis Public RadioMedia diversity, race and ethnicity, representation, training for early career journalists
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Jennifer PoznerExecutive Director, Women in Media and NewsMedia representation of gender and women, women as expert sources, media analysis and criticism
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Lauren WolfeDirector, Women Under SeigeViolence against women, journalists and sexualized violence
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Amie StepanovichUS Policy Manager, Access NowDigital privacy
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Floriana PaganoDigital Security Documentation Coordinator, Access NowDigital privacy, digital security
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Justin RayDigital Media Editor, Columbia Journalism ReviewJournalism and social media, media diversity
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Kate BlackAssociate Director, Dart Center for Journalism and TraumaReporting on trauma
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Maria Teresa RonderosDirector, Open Society Foundation's Independent Journalism programInvestigative journalism practices, press freedom, global independent media
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Paul Delaneyformerly of The New York TimesMedia diversity
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Richard PrinceJournal-ismsWrites column on diversity
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Sheryl HugginsContributing editor, The RootJournalism education
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Jessica BennettGender editor, The New York TimesIntersection of gender and journalism
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Anne Helen PetersonCulture writer, BuzzFeedJournalism in the Western US, the culture beat
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Christina SmithAssistant professor, Georgia College and State UniversityRural journalism
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Sarah SmarshFreelance journalistRural journalism, intersection of class and journalism, covering the working poor
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Joanna HernandezDirector of diversity initiatives, CUNY J-schoolDiversity and underrepresentation in newsrooms, newsroom pipelines
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Shani O. HiltonExecutive editor, BuzzFeed NewsHiring, diversity, digital news
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Minelle MahtaniJournalism/cultural geography professor, University of Toronto; radio hostMedia and minority representation
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Aaron EdwardsWriter, editorPlatform design, app development, intersection of technology and storytelling
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Irina D. MihalacheAssistant professor, University of TorontoFood media
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Leslie ShadeAssistant professor, Faculty of Info, University of TorontoCanadian media and digital policy, gender and media, privacy, youth and media
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Mi-Ai ParrishSue Clark-Johnson Professor at Arizona State University, former publisher of the Arizona RepublicMedia innovation, leadership, newsroom management, diversity
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Ron NixonHomeland security correspondent, The New York Times; founding board memeber, Ida B. Wells SocietyRacial diversity in investigative journalism
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Shari GraydonFounder, Informed OpinionsThe portrayal and representation of women in the media, media literacy
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Donna LoganFounding Director, University of British Columbia's School of JournalismMedia credibility, media management, excellence in journalism, and the future of news
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Kelly ToughillUndergraduate Program Director, University of King's CollegeEmerging business models in journalism
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Jane MartinsonMarjorie Dean Professor of Financial Journalism at City, University of LondonFormer head of media at The Guardian
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Lucy DalglishDean, Phillip Merrill College of Journalism, University of MarylandFirst Amendment, media law
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Emily Richmond
Public editor, Education Writers AssociationEducation journalism; local, state and federal education policy; journalism skills, standards and practices.
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Marnie WebbChief Community Impact Officer, TechSoup and CEO of Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoupNonprofits and nongovernmental organizations, technology and social change, civic tech, community-centered design, libraries
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Caren LissnerEditor-in-chief, Hudson Reporter newspaper group, novelistLocal journalism, fake news, publishing young-adult novels, book-to-movie adaptations, journalism, creative writing
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Tracie PowellSenior Fellow, Democracy FundAudience Development, Engagement, Trust, Diversity & Inclusion, Media
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Renee HobbsProfessor, University of Rhode IslandMedia literacy education in the U.S, and around the world
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Alisa PerrenAssociate Professor, Department of Radio-TV-Film, University of Texas at Austinmedia industries, especially Hollywood film/TV; creative workers; content ownership and production; indie film
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Dhavan ShahMaier-Bascom Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madisonpolitical communication, social media, health communication, health technologies, online social support, political participation
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Sandra Valde-HansenCinematographerDocumentary film, TV, cinematography, movies
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Shanon LeeSurvivor-Activist & Storyteller Sexual Violence/Domestic Violence, Media Bias/Diversity, Pop Culture/Entertainment
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Nikki Stevensshe/theyPhD Student, Arizona State University / Senior Technical Architect, Kanopi Studios open source technology culture; diversity and inclusion in open source communities - specifically Drupal; open source data ethics
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Katherine HaenschenAssistant Professor, Department of Communication, Virginia Tech UniversityDigital media in political campaigns, Facebook advertising, Facebook experiments, digital experiments, social media analytics, digital analytics
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Regina BuccolaRoosevelt Universtiy, Chair, HumanitiesFeminism, Women's and Gender Studies, Theater/Performance Studies
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Monica RhorDiversity and religion reporter at the Houston ChroniclePOC representation in media, balanced coverage of POC and other minorities, teaching and mentoring future journalists, bilingual journalism
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Patricia SauthoffEditor, MediagazerMedia, digital media, tech
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Andria KrewsonEditor, MediagazerDigital media, technology, local media
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Gabe RiveraOwner, TechmemeTech news, startups, digital media/news
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Lyra McKeeEditor, MediagazerDigital media, coverage of LGBTQ people, European journalism
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Melissa RyanVisiting Fellow, Media Matters; Editor, Ctrl Alt-Right DeleteSocial media weaponization, how the far right organizes online, Intersection of politics media and tech generally. Website: melissaryan.net
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Gwen FlorioCity editor at Missoulian and novelist, former war correspondentRocky Mountain West politics and news, big stories in small newsrooms, writing a novel while working in a newsroom, interviewing survivors of sexual violence
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Derrick CliftonCommunications manager, ProPublica
Identity, culture, politics, social issues, public relations, advocacy/movements
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Anette NovakConsultant, media strategistMedia innovation, Media strategy, Media policy
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Dannagal YoungAssociate Professor of CommunicationPolitical communication, political satire, public opinion, misinformation, political entertainment, digital technologies, political psychology, media psychology
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Elinor ComlayEditor, Route 40 (South Jersey News)
Local news, news startups, local data journalism, local investigative reporting, freelancing
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Shannon McGregorAssistant Professor, Universtiy of Utahjournalists' use of social media, social media in reporting, social media in politics
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Danielle KilgoAssistant Professor, Indiana Universitymarginalized populations, crisis and social movements; social media and journalism including Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Tumblr, Instagram; Black media representation; critical Black theorist
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Harriet BrownProfessor, magazine journalism, Syracuse UniversityMedia and body image, eating disorders, obesity, health
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Wanda LloydExecutive Council member at AARP Georgia; former department head journalism, Savannah State UniversityDiversity in the newsroom; women in journalism
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Jennifer BillinsonAssistant Professor, Dept. of Communication, Christopher Newport UniversitySocial/digital media, popular music, media and tragedy, benefit concerts/albums, popular music history, queer media representation
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Charo SádabaDean, School of Communication, University of NavarraOnline child protection, LatAm and Spain youth and media use, young people and cultural change
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Aynne KokasAssistant Professor of Media Studies, University of VirginiaRelations between U.S. and Chinese media industries; Cybersecurity
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Jen SchradieResearch Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study in ToulouseStrategic uses of media in political activism and labor relations
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Andrea HickersonDirector of the School of Communication and Associate Professor, Rochester Institute of Technology
Production and use of media by immigrants, migrant populations, and diasporas.
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Andrea L. GuzmanAssistant Professor, Department of Communication at Northern Illinois UniversityHuman-Machine Communication, Automated Journalism, Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Communication, Media Framing of Technology
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Valerie Belair-GagnonAssistant Professor, Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass CommunicationSocial media use in news coverage of crises and political unrest
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Emily WestAssociate Professor of Communication, University of Massachusetts AmherstAdvertising and promotional culture; at work on a book about Amazon.
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Alison NovakAssistant Professor, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Rowan UniversityMillennials' use of media, particularly as it intersects with politics
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Raven MaraghIncoming Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Gonzaga UniversityRacial and gender identities interaction with digital media, intersectionality
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Seyram AvleIncoming Assistant Professor of Communication, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Production and usage of digital technologies in Africa/China/the global south.
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Kate CrawfordCo-director, AI Now Institute
Social implications of data systems, machine learning, and artificial intelligence
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Robyn CaplanResearch Fellow, Data & Society Institutedigital media policy; media manipulation and disinformation online
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Joan DonovanSenior Researcher and Media Manipulation/Platform Accountability Research Lead at the Data & Society InstituteMedia manipulation and disinformation campaigns, as well as the accountability of the digital media platforms on which they occur.
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Becca Lewis
Researcher, Data & Society Institute
Researcher on media manipulation and disinformation online
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Francesca Tripodi
Postdoctoral Researcher, Data & Society Institute; Incoming Assistant Professor of Sociology, James Madison University
How partisan groups interact with media and the role community plays in legitimating what constitutes news and information; right-wing media practices
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Caroline JackIncoming Assistant Professor in Critical Studies of Technology, Media, and Persuasion, UC San Diego
Historian focused on the dynamics of persuasion and propaganda in mass and digital media
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Heidi TworekAssistant Professor, University of British Columbia
History of news, Germany, Europe, United Kingdom, Canada, history of communications technology
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danah boydFounder and President of the Board, Data & Society; Principal Researcher, Microsoft
Teens' use of digital media; social inequality and digital technologies; lots more
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Whitney PhillipsIncoming Assistant Professor of Communications, Culture and Digital Tech, Syracuse UniversityRelationship between online trolling and mainstream media; media manipulation and disinformation online, trolls
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Elizabeth AguileraReport, CAL Matters, co-editor Migratory NotesCoverage of immigration, asylum, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, deportation, detention, education and immigrant families.
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Loi LaingWomen of Color PodcastsWomen of color in podcasting, podcasting education
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Arianna DavisSenior Features Writer, Refinery29Social media, particularly the treatment of women and POC
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Marcus EastExecutive Vice-President & Chief Technology Officer, National GeographicDigital media, audience engagement
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Fatemeh Khatibloo
Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Online privacy
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Meredith Kopit LevienExecutive Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer, The New York TimesDigital media, in particular revenue models
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Christy TannerEVP & GM, CBS News Digital, CBS InteractiveDigital media innovation, particularly news & digital video
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Laura BrounsteinDirector of Editorial and Business Development, Hearst Young Women's Group (Cosmo/Women's Health/Seventeen)Women and girls and power, women running for office, women's media, sexuality in the media and how it affects women's lives, women and entrepreneurship, women and tech, women and SDGs, social impact marketing, women and social media
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