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Alphabetical order
(a) — denotes alum of previous Journalism That Matters convenings

  1. Mansour Abdur-Rahim, freelance writer, San Diego, Calif.
  2. Anthony Advincula, Writer/National Media Director, New America Media, New York City
  3. Aida Alami, Independent Journalist, Round Earth Media, Minneapolis, Minn.
  4. Marpessa Allen, Sales Account Executive, Open Media Project, Denver, Colo.
  5. Ashley Alvarado, Manager, Public Engagement, KPCC, Southern California Public Radio, Pasadena, Calif. (a)
  6. Karen Alvarado, political activist, Ore.
  7. Sarah Alvarez, Founder/Lead Reporter, Outlier Media, Detroit, Mich.
  8. Annie Anderson, Engagement and Inclusion Manager, American Public Media, St. Paul, Minn.
  9. Tova Averbuch, Organizational Development Consultant, Oganim – Opening space for collective wisdom, Holon, Israel
  10. Joe Barr, Chief Content Officer, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento, Calif.
  11. Jake Batsell, Associate Professor, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
  12. Dahlia Bazzaz, Engagement Editor, The Seattle Times, Seattle, Wash.
  13. Pamela Behrsin, Senior Editor, Engagement, CALmatters, Sacramento, Calif.
  14. Kyle Bozentko, Executive Director, Jefferson Center, Saint Paul, Minn.
  15. Neil Britto, Executive Director, The Intersector Project, New York City
  16. Burgess Brown, Community Manager, The Listening Post Collective, Internews, The New School, Washington, D.C.
  17. Payton Bruni, Student Affairs, IT, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  18. Elaine Cha, Catalyst, Storytelling, Forward Through Ferguson, St. Louis, Mo.
  19. Meredith Clark, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
  20. Linn Davis, Operations and Technology Manager, Healthy Democracy, Portland, Ore.
  21. Ben DeJarnette, Project and Product Manager, Community of Practice Platform for Engaged Journalism, University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center, Portland, Ore. (a)
  22. Bill Densmore, Executive Director, Information Trust Exchange Governing Association, Williamstown, Mass. (a)
  23. Andrew DeVigal, Chair in Journalism Innovation And Civic Engagement at University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center; Co-founder of A Fourth Act, Portland, Ore. (a)
  24. Kaylee Domzalski, Photographer, FLUX Magazine, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  25. Karl Eysenbach, political activist, retired, Eugene, Ore.
  26. Mike Fancher, Executive Editor, Seattle Times (retired), Seattle, Wash. (a)
  27. Michelle Ferrier, Ph.D., Journalism That Matters board president and Associate Professor, E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (a)
  28. Summer Fields, Engagement Consultant, Hearken, Chicago, Ill.
  29. August Frank, Photojournalist, Photo Editor, Flux Magazine, Eugene, Ore.
  30. Lewis Friedland, Vilas Distinguished, Leon Epstein Fellow, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisc.
  31. Adriana Gallardo, Engagement Reporter, ProPublica, New York City
  32. Michelle Garcia, journalist based in San Antonio, Texas and New York City
  33. Matt Gatie, Journalism Student and Writing Coach, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  34. Jodi Gersh, Head of the Engagement Lab, PRI, Minneapolis, Minn.
  35. Daniela Gerson, writer, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Calif.
  36. Megan Gex, Communications Manager, Literary Arts, Portland, Ore.
  37. Rodney Gibbs, Chief Product Officer, The Texas Tribune, Austin, Texas
  38. Cole Goins, Director of Community Engagement, Reveal, Center for Investigative Reporting, Emeryville, Calif.
  39. Eric Gordon, Professor of Civic Media, Emerson College, Boston, Mass.
  40. Merilyn Gottlieb, time machine operator at volunteer-newtechpdx, Sumptown Syndicate, OBT, White Bird Dance, Portland Film, Portland, Ore.
  41. Mike Green, Co-founder, ScaleUp Partners, LLC, Central Point, Ore.
  42. Laura Gunderson, Editorial Pages Editor, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.
  43. Kristin Gustaff, Student, Managerial Communications major, University of Portland, Portland, Ore.
  44. Monica Guzman, Co-founder and Editor at The Evergrey, Seattle, Wash.
  45. Jackie Hai, Digital Media Editor, KJZZ, Phoenix, Ariz.
  46. Sydette Harry, Community Leader, Far Rockaway, New York (a)
  47. Jeremy Hay, Co-Founder, Spaceship Media, Alameda, Calif.
  48. Peggy Holman, Co-founder and Executive Director, Journalism That Matters, Bellevue, Wash. (a)
  49. Michelle Holmes, VP Content, ala.com, Alabama Media Group, Birmingham, Ala.
  50. Khari Johnson, Founder at Through the Cracks: Crowdfunding in Journalism, San Francisco, Calif.
  51. Esmy Jimenez, Board of Directors, The Seattle Globalist, Seattle, Wash.
  52. Linda Jue, Editor and Executive Director, G.W. Williams Center for Independent Journalism, San Francisco, Calif.
  53. Jo Ellen Kaiser, Executive Director, The Media Consortium, San Francisco, Calif.
  54. Lauren Katz, Senior Engagement Manager, Vox, Washington, D.C.
  55. Bruno Kaufmann, Editor in Chief, people2power,info, Swiss Broadcasting Company, Basel
  56. Kathryn Langstaff, Portland, Ore.
  57. Regina Lawrence, Professor and Executive Director, George S. Turnbull Portland Center & Agora Journalism Center, University of Oregon, Portland, Ore. (a)
  58. Michelle Levander, Director, USC Center for Health Journalism/Boyle Heights Beat, Los Angeles, Calif.
  59. Doug Livingston, Reporter, Akron Beacon Journal, Ore.
  60. Lisa Loving, freelance journalist, journalism educator, Portland, Ore.
  61. Joy Mayer, Engagement Strategist, Mayer Media Strategy, Sarasota, Fla.
  62. Samantha McCann, Director of Communities, Solutions Journalism Network, New York City
  63. Emmalee McDonald, Student, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Oregon, Portland, Ore.
  64. Gracie McKenzie, Social Media Editor, CityLab, Washington, D.C.
  65. Flavius Mihaies, Founder, Shout!, Washington, D.C.
  66. Todd Milbourn, Journalism Instructor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  67. Linda Miller, Director, Networking Journalism and Inclusion, American Public Media, St. Paul., Minn.
  68. Jerry C. Millhon, Team Leader, Thriving Communities, Langley, Wash.
  69. Lillian Mongeau, Engagement Editor, The Hechinger Report, Portland, Ore.
  70. Alicia Montgomery, Editorial Director, WAMU 88.5, Washington, D.C.
  71. Fiona Morgan, Journalism Program Director, Free Press, Durham, N.C. (a)
  72. Andre Natta, Digital Media Producer, WBHM-FM, Birmingham, Ala.
  73. Simon Nyi, Program Manager for Media and Journalism, Illinois Humanities, Chicago, Ill.
  74. Emily Olson, Student, EIC at School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Flux Magazine, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  75. Lauren Pabst, Program Officer for Journalism and Media, MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, Ill.
  76. Sydney Padgett, Student, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  77. Eve Pearlman, Co-Founder, Spaceship Media, Alameda, Calif.
  78. Shawn Poynter, Assistant Editor, Daily Yonder, Knoxville, Tenn.
  79. Clara Ramirez, California State University, Northridge, Los Angeles, Calif.
  80. Martin Reynolds, Director – Reveal Investigative Fellowships at The Center for Investigative Reporting, Berkeley, Calif. (a)
  81. Amber Rivera, Engagement Editor, Inside Energy, Denver, Colo.
  82. Andrew Rockway, Program Director, Jefferson Center, Saint Paul, Minn.
  83. Adin Rogovin, President, The Co-Intelligence Institute, Portland, Ore.
  84. Ivan Roman, Freelance journalist, Washington, D.C.
  85. Jesikah Maria Ross, Senior Community Management Strategist, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento, Calif. (a)
  86. Christine Whitney Sanchez, President, Innovation Partners International of the Southwest, Phoenix, Ariz.
  87. Alisha Wang Saville, Strategic Engagement and Evaluation Manager, The Raising of America, documentary series and nationwide outreach campaign, Corvallis, Ore.
  88. Krissy Selven, Journalism Student, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  89. Linda Shaw, Education Editor, The Seattle Times, Seattle, Wash.
  90. Tony Shawcross, Executive Director, Open Media Project, Denver, Colo.
  91. Lori Shontz, Journalism Instructor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  92. Stephen Silha, CEO, Frisky Divinity Productions and co-founder, Journalism That Matters, Vashon, Wash. (a)
  93. Debra Adams Simmons, Senior Editor/Consultant, The Knight Foundation/The Ford Foundation/Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, Copley, Ohio
  94. Anne M. Stadler, Retired, Lake Forest Park, Wash.
  95. Bob Stilger, Co-president, New Stories, Spokane, Wash.
  96. Mary Stucky, Founder and Executive Director, Round Earth Media, Minneapolis, Minn.
  97. Evangelina Sundgrenz, Marketing and Public Relations Consultant, EsArtifex, Eugene, Ore.
  98. Yve Susskind, Principal, Praxis Associates LLC, non-profit social-entrepreneurship advisory, Vashon, Wash.
  99. Robin Teater, Executive Director, Healthy Democracy, Portland, Ore.
  100. Kathryn Thier, Instuctor, University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication, Portland, Ore.
  101. March Twisdale, Radio Producer, Voice of Vashon, Vashon, Wash.
  102. Christina Twu, Community Engagement Editor, Seattle Globalist, Seattle, Wash.
  103. Jerome Vaughn, News Director, WDET, Detroit, Mich.
  104. Subramaniam Vincent, Project Manager, Trust Project, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, Calif.
  105. Kanyakrit Vongkiatkajorn, Community Engagement Reporter, Mother Jones, San Francisco, Calif.
  106. Amy Wang, Managing Producer, The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.
  107. Paul Waters, Senior Associate, Democracy Fund, Washington, D.C.
  108. Cameron Whitten, Executive Director, Know Your City and Portland’s Resistance, Portland, Ore.
  109. Justin Yuen, President, FMYI (for my innovation), Portland, Ore.
  110. David Zeman, Senior Editor, Bridge Magazine/The Center for Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  111. Ariel Zirulnick, Executive Editor, The New Tropic, Miami, Fla.