Kat Calvin is the founder of Spread The Vote, a nonprofit organization that helps people obtain IDs for jobs, housing, medical care, and voting. She is an expert on voting rights. Calvin is one of the 2018 Fast Company 100 Most Creative People in Business and has been a Business Insider 30 Under 30.
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Khalilah Brown-Dean is an Associate Professor of political science at Quinnipiac University. Her research interests include the political dynamics surrounding the criminal justice system, especially as it relates to voting rights policies.
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Nicole Bibbins Sedaca is a Professor in the Practice of International Relations at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. She is an expert on human rights, religious freedom, and international affairs. During her 10 years of work for the U.S. government, Bibbins Sedaca held several positions at the U.S. State Department and at the Pentagon. She managed aid programs for displaced citizens in Kosovo, advised the Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs and managed strategic planning for the State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. You can listen to her take on risk assessment in the context of the events in Benghazi on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday, here.
Professor in the Practice of International Relations at Georgetown University
Areas of Expertise: Human Rights, Religious Freedom, International Affairs
Location: Washington D.C.
Phone: (703) 772-1937 (cell)
Heard on NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday: Security Issues Force Foreign Service to Adapt
Leah Wright Rigueur is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is an expert on race and politics, modern African American history, U.S. political and social history, and riots, backlash and campus unrest. Rigueur has explored the dynamics of black Republican activists, officials and politicians as it relates to civil rights and conservatism in her latest book The Loneliness of the Black Republican: Pragmatic Politics and the Pursuit of Power. She has been featured on various news outlets including NPR’s All Things Considered.
Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Areas of expertise: Race and Politics, Modern African American History, U.S. Political and Social History, and Riots, Backlash and Campus Unrest
Location: Cambridge, MA
Email: Leah_WrightRigueur@hks.harvard.edu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Heard on NPR’s All Things Considered: At Critical Juncture, GOP Honors Largest Class Of Black Lawmakers
Dr. Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti is a professor and chair of the Department of Political Science at Pace University in New York, NY. She is an expert on how public policy is impacted by gender, race, ethnicity- specifically on how Latino youth are impacted by technology, the military system and immigration policy. Monforti is the former president of the APSA Latino Caucus- an association pushing for the promotion and protection of professional development of Latina/os in political science. She has contributed to several news articles and broadcasts including NPR’s All Things Considered.
Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Pace University
Areas of Expertise: Public Policy Impacts by Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Impacts of Technology, Military System and Immigration Policy on Latino Youth
Location: New York, NY
Phone: 917-724-6769 (cell)
Heard on NPR’s All Things Considered: In Texas Borderland, Security Is No Simple Goal
Arun Sundararajan serves as Professor and the Robert L. and Dale Atkins Rosen Faculty Fellow at New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He is also an affiliated faculty member at NYU’s Center for Urban Science+Progress, and at NYU’s Center for Data Science.
Sundararajan’s research program studies how digital technologies transform business and society. His current research focuses on crowd-based capitalism, which he believes will evolve into a dominant model of organizing economic activity in the 21st century, altering how we consume, what it means to have a job, the nature of regulation, and the basis for trust in society. Sundararajan has provided expert input about the digital economy as part of Congressional testimony and to a variety of city, state and federal government agencies. Hisop-eds and expert commentary have appeared in print publications like the New Yorker, the New York Times and Harvard Business Review, as well as a variety of radio shows and TV programs.
Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences at New York University
Areas of Expertise: All Things Digital, The Sharing Economy, The Future Of Work, Tech In Emerging Markets, and Online Privacy
Location: New York, NY
Heard on NPR’s All Tech Considered: Apps That Share, Or Scalp, Public Parking Spots
Erika Andiola is a well-known immigration activist. She recently joined Bernie Sanders’ campaign as a Latino outreach strategist, focusing on states in the Southwest. Andiola co-founded the Arizona Dream Act Coalition. She’s a former Congressional Staffer for Arizona Congresswoman, Kyrsten Sinema. Her passion for immigrant rights is driven from her own struggle as an undocumented woman. She has appeared on MSNBC and Univision.
Immigration rights activist
Areas of expertise: Immigration activism
Location: Bernie Sanders campaign HQ in Burlington, VT
Phone: (202) 836-7004
Featured on MSNBC: Up with Steve Kornacki