Journalism

Nancy Rommelmann: Author & Award Winning Journalist

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Nancy Rommelmann is a long-form journalist whose work appears in the LA Weekly, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, among other publications. Her award-winning articles include features on the actress Jena Malone, the literary hoaxer Laura Albert, aka, JT Leroy, and a cross- country road trip with a pen pal of John Wayne Gacy’s,

Jeff Kreisler: Best selling Author & Editor-In-Chief, PeopleScience

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PeopleScience is headed by Editor-In-Chief Jeff Kreisler, the bestselling author – with Dan Ariely – of Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter,. Listed as one of the top business books of 2017 by, among others, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Audible and The Washington Post - who called it “a brilliant and accessible look at behavioral economics” -

Dr. Wendy Osefo: Television personality, Political commentator/strategist, Professor of Education at The Johns Hopkins University, & Founder/ CEO, The 1954 Equity Project

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An award-winning researcher, Dr. Wendy Osefo is a Nigerian-American television personality and a highly sought-after progressive political commentator and strategist. Wendy is a Professor of Education at The Johns Hopkins University, Contributor at The Hill, and the Founder and CEO of The 1954 Equity Project

Jeremy Rue: Assistant Dean for Academics & Lecturer of New Media, UC Berkeley School of Journalism, & Emmy-nominated multimedia producer/author

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Jeremy Rue is the Assistant Dean for Academics, and continuing lecturer of New Media at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He is an Emmy-nominated multimedia producer, and co-author of Principles of Multimedia Journalism,

David Zapatka: Emmy Winning Network Director of Photography, Adjunct Instructor, RISD

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David Zapatka grew up in Westerly, RI and picked up his first camera at age 13.  An astute yearbook advisor noticed him carrying the camera in school and asked if he’d shoot pictures instead of sitting in study halls, essentially giving him his first press pass, and from then on he was hooked.

Tom Feuer: Director of the Los Angeles Bureau of Cronkite Sports, Arizona State University

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Tom Feuer is director of the Los Angeles Bureau of Cronkite Sports, a sports journalism program that prepares students for careers in sports media and communications. He directs the sports bureau at the ASU California Center, leading students in coverage of professional and intercollegiate sports in Southern California.

Edward Champion: Critic, Producer of "The Bat Segundo Show" & Managing Editor of Reluctant Habits

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Edward Champion is a writer, journalist, and critic whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Guardian, The Los Angeles Times, The Philly Inquirer, The San Francisco Chronicle, and numerous other publications.  He produces The Bat Segundo Show,