Dr. Michelle Ko is an assistant professor of public health at the University of California, Davis. She researches the connections between policy, healthcare and social inequality.
Mutale Nkonde is an artificial intelligence policy analyst and a fellow at both the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and at Stanford University’s Digital Civil Society Lab.
She is the founding president of AI For the People, a nonprofit that aims to “create the narratives needed to create an anti-racist technical future.”
Miesha Marzell is an Assistant Professor at Binghamton University. She is an expert on the causes and prevention of substance abuse among racial/ethnic minority youth. Marzell was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health and Prevention Research Center.
Victor Pineda is Senior Research Fellow and visiting scholar at the Haas Institute of the University of California, Berkeley. His expertise lies in the areas of disability rights, urban planning and human rights. Pineda is the President of World Enabled, a non-profit organization that promotes the rights and dignities of persons with disabilities.
Lina Khan is an Academic Fellow at Columbia Law School. She researches and writes on antitrust law and competition policy, with a particular focus on technology markets. Khan’s scholarship has been published by or is forthcoming in the Columbia Law Review, the Harvard Law Review, the Chicago Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal. Khan previously served as a Legal Fellow in the office of Commissioner Rohit Chopra at the Federal Trade Commission and as Director of Legal Policy at the Open Markets Institute.
Leslie Overton is an antitrust lawyer for the firm Alston and Bird. Overton focuses on antitrust counseling on strategic business activities like pricing, distribution, and licensing. She served as deputy assistant attorney general at the U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division from 2012-2014.
Glenn Loury is a professor of social sciences and economics at Brown University, as well as the vice president of the American Economics Association. His expertise lies in the areas of applied microeconomic theory, game theory, industrial organization, natural resource economics and the economics of race and inequality.