Mieke Eoyang is the Vice President for the National Security Program at Third Way (a centrist think tank) and a former professional staff member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. At the Third Way, she runs a team that works on every major national security issue, from the details of military personnel policy to the legal framework for going to war. Eoyang is especially interested in intelligence oversight, electronic surveillance reform, and partisan perception on national security. Her writing and analysis has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, POLITICO, Associated Press, The Washington Post, Roll Call, and Forbes.
VP of National Security Program, Third Way
Areas of Expertise: National Security, Intelligence, Surveillance Laws, Military Policy, Defense Policy, Public Opinion on National Security, Congressional Oversight
William Douglas is the congressional correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers and creator/author of The Color of Hockey, a blog that focuses on the under-told history and growing impact of people of color in ice hockey – on and off the ice. The stories from the nearly 3-year-old blog are regularly aggregated by Yahoo Sports, SBNation, and Sports Illustrated.com.
He covered hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics for McClatchy and The Color of Hockey, and was also featured in weekly spots for NPR’s “Tell Me More” and “Morning Edition.” In addition to work on the blog, Douglas has written for the NHL over the years for their official program guides for NHL Winter Classics and Stanley Cup Finals. He has covered the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship in Helsinki, as well as NHL drafts from 2013 onward.
Douglas joined McClatchy as congressional correspondent in 2004, covering George W. Bush’s presidency. Since then, he has covered all presidential campaigns.
He is currently working on a story about the NHL’s first black, Asian, and Indian players for the Winter issue of the Hockey Hall of Fame’s Legends magazine.
Francesca Chambers is a political reporter at the Daily Mail, where she covers Congress, the White House, the Obama administration and campaigns and elections. Previously she was the editor and publisher of Red Alert Politics, an online publication written by and for young conservatives that she founded on behalf of MediaDC, the parent company of The Washington Examiner and The Weekly Standard.Chambers has been a featured speaker at Leadership Institute, Cato Institute, Heritage Foundation, Americans for Prosperity’s annual “Defending the American Dream Summit” and “Right Online” conference, the State Policy Network’s annual meeting, the Western Conservative Summit and Bridging the Gap summits, and CPAC.
She is a frequent panelist on PBS’s Sunday morning show To the Contrary. She has appeared on ABC’s Nightline, PBS’s NewsHour, MSNBC, CNN, TheBlazeTV, HuffPost Live, and has been a guest on Take Action News with David Shuster and on NPR.
Political Reporter, Daily Mail
Areas of Expertise: Politics, Congress, the White House, the Obama Administration, Conservative Politics, GOP, Young Conservatives, Campaigns & Elections
Christina Greer is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Fordham University – Lincoln Center (Manhattan) campus. Her research and teaching focus on American politics, black ethnic politics, urban politics, quantitative methods, Congress, New York City and New York State politics, campaigns and elections, and public opinion.
Greer’s book Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream investigates the increasingly ethnically diverse black populations in the US from Africa and the Caribbean. She finds that both ethnicity and a shared racial identity matter and also affect the policy choices and preferences for black groups.
Greer is currently writing her second manuscript and conducting research on the history of all African Americans who have run for the executive office in the U.S. Her research interests also include mayors and public policy in urban centers. Her previous work has compared criminal activity and political responses in Boston and Baltimore.
Greer received her B. A. from Tufts University and her M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University.
Assistant Professor of Political Science at Fordham University
Areas of Expertise: American Politics, Black Ethnic Politics, Urban Politics, Quantitative Methods, Congress, New York City and New York State Politics, Campaigns and Elections, Public Opinion