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A
•  Susan Aaronson, senior fellow, National Policy Association
•  Carl Abbott, professor, Portland State University
•  Aslam Abdullah, editor, Muslim Observer
•  Barbara Abrash, associate director, Center for Media, Culture and History
•  Kenneth Adams, Chief of the Upper Mattaponni
•  Betsy Buchalter Adler, principal, Silk, Adler &Colvin
•  Sergio Aguero, producer, Andale Pictures
•  Izumi Aizu, co-founder, The Institute for Networking Design
•  Laila Al-Marayati, spokesperson, past president, Muslim Women's League
•  Salam Al-Marayati, executive director, Muslim Public Affairs Council
•  Karima Alavi, program director, Dar al Islam Madressah
•  Javier Aldape, vice president, The Fort Worth (TX) Star-Telegram, and publisher, Diario La Estrelle
•  Annalee Allen, board member, City of Oakland Landmarks Preservation Advisory
•  Cathy Allen, president, owner, The Connections Group, Inc.
•  Eric Alterman, media columnist, The Nation, MSNBC.com
•  Karen Amendola, chief operating officer, Police Foundationas Institute of Integrity, Leadership, and Professionalism
•  Sasha Anawalt, director, NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Theater and Musical Theater, USC Annenberg
•  George Anders, news editor, The Wall Street Journal
•  Vibiana Andrade, vice president of legal programs, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
•  Paul Andrews, columnist, Seattle Times
•  Thomas Aragon, director, UC Berkeley Center for Infectious Disease Preparedness
•  Rex Archer, health director, City of Kansas City, MO
•  Betto Arcos, host, Noche De Ronda
•  Gustavo Arellano, reporter, OC Weekly
•  Bobby Arias, Cities in Schools
•  Tom Arviso Jr., publisher, The Navajo Times
•  Eric Auchard, reporter and editor, Reuters
•  Patricia Aufderheide, director, Center for Social Media, American University
•  Hussam Ayloush, executive director, Council on American-Islamic Relations
•  Christina L. Azocar, director, Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism

B
•  Leroy F. Baca, sheriff, Los Angeles County
•  Ben Bagdikian, dean, University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Orlando Bagwell, Media Production Program Officer, Ford Foundation
•  David Bainbridge, associate professor, United States International University
•  Bob Baker, deputy metropolitan editor, The Los Angeles Times
•  Sandra Ball-Rokeach, professor, USC
•  Martin "Marty" Baron, editor, The Boston Globe
•  Felicity Barringer, media reporter, The New York Times
•  Jess Barron, senior editor at Yahoo! Inc.
•  David T. Barstow, investigative reporter, The New York Times
•  Peter Bart, editor, Variety
•  Roberta Baskin, executive director, Center for Public Integrity
•  Steven Bass, president and chief executive officer, Nashville Public Television
•  John Batelle, chairmand and CEO, Standard Media International
•  John Battalle, visiting professor and director of the Business Reporting Program at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  John Battelle, fellow, University of California, Berkeley
•  Richard Baum, director, Center for Chinese Studies, professor of political science, UCLA
•  Frank Bean, professor, UC Irvine
•  Laurie Becklund, journalist, author, consultant, Internet developer and publisher
•  Steve Behrens, editor, Current
•  Craig Bell, executive director, Western States Water Council
•  James Bell, executive director, Haywood Burns Institute
•  Judith Bell, executive vice president, PolicyLink
•  Brad Belote, executive producer, KY3
•  Max Benavidez, writer
•  Edwin Bender, executive director, Institute on Money in State Politics
•  Richard Bender, professor, dean emeritus, University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design
•  Natasha Benjamin, fisheries program officer, Institute for Fisheries Resources
•  Lowell Bergman, lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
•  Ben Berkowitz, reporter, Inside.com
•  Gordon Berry, professor emeritus, UCLA
•  Tony Beswick, vice president of business operation and technology, Sony Pictures Entertainment
•  Judith Beth, policy development, strategic planning, program implementation, PolicyLink
•  Hanif Bey, founder, Youth Outlook (YO Magazine)
•  Duane Beyal, editor, Navajo Times
•  Robert W. "Bob" Biersack, deputy press officer, Federal Election Commission
•  Wes Biggs, freelance writer, software architect
•  Bryan Biniak, senior vice president, American Greeting Mobile
•  Philip H. Birnbaum-More, professor, University of Southern California
•  Kathy Bissen, Executive Producer of News and Public Affairs, Wisconsin Public Television
•  Steve Bjerklie , editor, Meat Processing Magazine
•  Johanna Blakley, assistant director of Norman Lear Center, USC Annenberg School for Communications
•  Steven C. Blank, economist, University of California, Davis
•  Naomi S. Boak, executive producer, National Production Department at Twin Cities Public Television
•  David Boardman, assistant managing editor, The Seattle Times
•  Merrick Bobb, founding director, Police Assessment Resource Center
•  Martha Boersch, lawyer, Jones Day
•  Gail Bolan, Chief of the STD Control Branch, California Department of Health
•  Peter Bosselmann, director, Environmental Simulation Laboratory, professor, University of Berkeley, California
•  Raphael Bostic, professor, Marshall School of Business, USC
•  James Bower, founder, Whyville, professor, University of Texas Health Science Center
•  LB Boydston, head, California Department of Fish and Game's Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
•  Father Gregory Boyle, founder, Homeboy Industries
•  David Bragdon, presiding officer, Metro
•  Robert K. Brodberg, senior toxicologist, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
•  Aaron Brody, president, Packaging/Brody, Inc.
•  Aaron Brown, lead anchor, NewsNight with Aaron Brown
•  John Seely Brown, researcher
•  Ralph Brown, vice president, Fisherman's Marketing Association
•  Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown, Jr., mayor, Oakland, California, former governor of California
•  Frank Buckley, co-anchor, KTLA Prime News
•  Bonnie Bucqueroux, coordinator, Victims and the Media
•  Larry Budd, reporter, Dayton Daily News
•  Robert Bugg, assistant to the director, University of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program
•  Brian Bull, assistant news director for Wisconsin Public Radio
•  Ken Bunting, executive editor, Seattle (WA) Post-Intelligencer
•  Ward Bushee, editor and vice president, The Cincinnati (OH) Enquirer
•  Jeanne A. Butterfield, executive director, American Immigration Lawyers Association
•  Bill Buzenberg, senior vice president of News, American Public Media/Minnesota Public Radio
•  Janet Byron, managing editor, California Agriculture magazine

C
•  Bruce E. Cain, professor, U.C. Berkeley
•  Byron "Barney" Calame, deputy managing editor, The Wall Street Journal
•  Robert Calo, associate professor, University of California, Berkeley
•  Peter Calthorpe, author, founder of the Congress for the New Urbanism
•  Steven A. Camarota, director of research, Center for Immigration Studies
•  Stephanie Yost Cameron, general counsel and senior vice president, business and legal affairs, NeoPet Inc.
•  Dave Campbell, Berkeley Transportation Commissioner, vice-chair, East Bay Bicycle Coalition
•  Ron Campbell, staff writer, Orange County Register
•  Ronald Campbell, database journalism expert, The Orange County (CA) Register
•  Juan E. Campo, associate professor, Religious Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara
•  Dean Cappello, vice president of programming and operations, WNYC Radio
•  Randy Capps, research associate, The Urban Institute
•  Sara Cardine, reporter, (Lodi, CA) News-Sentinel
•  Susan Carroll, immigration and border reporter, Arizona Republic
•  Michael Cartabiano, chief operating officer, Sennari
•  Colin Carter, professor and department chair, University of California, Davis
•  Kelley Carter, arts and entertainment reporter and columnist, The Detroit (MI) Free Press
•  Zachary Carter, litigation partner, Dorsey & Whitney
•  John Cassens, president, Cassens Consulting
•  Janice Castro, professor, The Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern
•  Isabel Castro Melendez, co-curator, “Corridos Sin Fronteras: A New World Ballad Tradition”
•  Michael Cate, producer, Up Front with Robert Mak
•  Bob Cauthorn, former vice president, Digital Media, The San Francisco Chronicle
•  Warner Chabot, vice president for regional operations, Center or Marine Conservation
•  Mimi Chakarova, lecturer, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Pamela Chang, staff, Asian Pacific Environmental Network
•  Ignacio Chapela, microbial ecology professor, UC Berkeley
•  Marilyn Chase, reporter, The Wall Street Journal
•  Neil Chase, managing editor, CBS MarketWatch.com
•  Erwin Chemerinsky, professor, University of Southern California
•  Jean Chen, online editor, Youth Radio
•  Robin Chew, Office of the Alternate Public Defender
•  Conroy Chino, Secretary for the Department of Labor, New Mexico
•  Gotham Chopra, multi-media advocate
•  Judy Pace Christie, journalist
•  Russell Chun, senior producer, Benjamin Cummings
•  Laurie Cirivello, executive director, Community Media Center of Santa Rosa
•  William A. V. Clark, professor, University of California, Los Angeles
•  Janet Clayton, editor, Los Angeles Times
•  John Coate, founder and General Manager, SF Gate
•  Larry Russell "Rusty" Coats, director of New Media, MORI Research
•  Andrew N. Cohen, environmental scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute
•  Cindy Cohn, legal director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
•  Cindy Cohn, legal director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
•  Roger Cohn, editor, Mother Jones
•  Sheila R. Cohn, nutrition policy manager, National Restaurant Association
•  Joshua N. Collins, environmental scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute
•  Marla Cone, environmental writer, Los Angeles Times
•  Michelle Conlin, associate editor, Business Week
•  Tom Contiliano, accounting consultant, Bloomberg News
•  Jay Cooper, attorney and partner, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips
•  Marc Cooper, contributing editor, Nation magazine, columnist, L.A. Weekly, senior fellow for border justice and journalism, Institute of Justice and Journalism, USC
•  Judith A. Corbett, executive director, Local Government Commission
•  Elizabeth Corcoran, bureau chief, Forbes
•  Wayne A. Cornelius, professor, comparative studies, University of California San Diego, founder, San Diego Center for U.S. Mexican Studies, University of California
•  Rudy Corpuc Jr., founder, United Playas
•  Geoffrey Cowan, dean, USC Annenberg School for Communication
•  Steven Cowan, founder, Habitat Productions
•  John M. Coward, associate professor and chair of the communication faculty, University of Tulsa
•  Lil' Crazy, writer/mentor, Beat Within
•  John Crew, founding national coordinator, American Civil Liberties Union Campaign Against Racial Profiling
•  Walter Cronkite, journalist, author, co-founder of The Cronkite Ward Company
•  Vin Crosbie, managing partner, Digital Deliverance LLC
•  David A. Crowe, vice president, Federal Regulatory and Housing Policy
•  Sheila Crowley, president, National Low Income Housing Coalition
•  Rob Curley, general manager, The Lawrence Journal-World, World Online
•  Edward E. Curtis, Millennium Scholar of the Liberal Arts, associate professor, Religious Studies, Indiana University
•  Richard Cutler, senior research associate of Information Technology, Tomas Riviera Policy Institute

D
•  Paul D'Ambrosio, investigations editor, The Asbury Park Press
•  Dafer Dakhil, mosque director
•  Stephanie Danner, student, Bay Area
•  Rebecca Daugherty, director, Freedom of Information Service Center
•  Ruth David, president and CEO, ANSER
•  Jay A. Davis, environmental scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute
•  Lois M. Davis, researcher, RAND
•  Ronald Davis, captain, Oakland Police Department
•  Joely de la Torre, associate professor of public administration, California State University, San Bernardino
•  Elizabeth Deakin, director, University of California Transportation Research Center, associate professor, University of California, Berkeley
•  Pat Dean, associate director, USC School of Journalism
•  Pete Deemer, vice president, Outbound Media Group, CNET
•  Frank Del Olmo, associate editor, Los Angeles Times
•  Jorge Del Pinal, assistant division chief, Census Bureau
•  Kim Delfino, program director, Defenders of Wildlife
•  Nick DeMartino, senior vice president of Media and Technology, American Film Institute
•  R. Ford Denison, professor and agricultural ecologist, UC Davis
•  Garry Denny, associate director of programming, Wisconsin Public Television
•  Mark Deuze, assistant professor, Department of Communication, University of Amsterdam
•  Caroline Smith Dewaal, director of food safety, Center for Science in Public Interest
•  Christopher Dewees, marine fisheries specialist, University of California Sea Grant Extention Program
•  Josh DeWind, director, Social Science Research Council's International Migration Program
•  Benjamin Diehl, deputy of consumer protection, Office of the California Attorney General
•  Ted Dienstfrey, planner, Gerson Baker and Associates, former director, San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing
•  Paula DiPerna, member, Working Group on Homeland Security of the Century Foundation
•  Cory Doctorow, outreach coordinator, Electronic Frontier Foundation
•  Stephen Doig, professor, Arizona State University
•  Joe Domanick, journalist and author (Justice and Journalism Fellow)
•  David Domke, associate professor of communication department, University of Washington
•  David Donald, training director, Investigative Reporters and Editors and the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting
•  Niaz Dorry, lead oceans campaigner, Greenpeace
•  David Dotson, consultant, Los Angeles Police Department
•  Susan Drake, executive director, National Immigration Law Center
•  Rod Dreher, columnist, The Dallas Morning News
•  Jim Drinkard, reporter, USA Today
•  John S. "Jack" Driscoll, visiting scholar, MIT
•  Richard Drobnick, vice provost and executive director, University of Southern California International Business Education and Research program
•  William J. Drummond, professor, UC Berkeley
•  Tamara Dukes, director, prevention programming, Youth Alive!
•  Douglas G. Duncan, senior vice president/chief economist, Mortgage Bankers Association of America
•  Marc Duvoisin, assistant managing editor, Los Angeles Times
•  Paul D’Ambrosio, investigations editor, Asbury Park (NJ) Press

E
•  Timothy Egan, writer, The New York Times
•  Jeff Eglash, inspector general, Los Angeles Police Department
•  Barbara Ehrenreich, author, "Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America"
•  Fadwa El-Guindi, director, research anthropologist, El Nil Research
•  Jon Else, professor, UC Berkeley
•  Jean Bethke Elshtain, Laura Spelman Rockefeller Professor of Social and Political Ethics, University of Chicago
•  John Emshwiller, national correspondent, The Wall Street Journal
•  Deirdre English, lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
•  Ashley Esarey, Ph.D. Candidate of Political Science, Columbia University
•  Carmen Escobosa, reporter, KMEX-UNIVISION Los Angeles
•  Peter Esmonde, vice president of Experience Design, SAPIENT
•  Gaston Espinosa, assistant professor of religious studies, Claremont McKenna College
•  John H. Evans, associate professor of Sociology, University of California, San Diego

F
•  James Fallows, national correspondent, Atlantic Monthly
•  Jay C. Farrar, vice president of external relations, Center for Strategic and International Studies
•  Gail Feenstra , food systems analyst, University of California Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program
•  Richard E. Feinberg, director, Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Study Center, University of California, San Diego
•  Clay Felker, director, Felker Magazine Center
•  James M. Ferris, founding director, Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy, University of Southern California
•  Michael Fibison, doctoral candidate, University of Minnesota
•  Sally Jo Fifer, president and CEO, Independent Television Service
•  Andrew Finlayson, news director of WSMV-TV in Nashville
•  Betsy Fischer, executive producer,
•  Martin J. Fisher, co-founder and technical director, ApproTEC
•  R. Lee Flemming, director, Office of Federal Acknowledgment, US Department of the Interior
•  Dave Fogerson, senior civil engineer, San Diego County Water Authory
•  Denise Fort, professor, University of New Mexico
•  Rusty Foster, founder and administrator, Kuro5hin
•  Joshua Fouts, editor, Online Journalism Review
•  Robert Fox, retired president and CEO, Foster Farms
•  Harrison S. Fraker, Jr., dean, College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley
•  Sydney Freedberg, staff writer, St. Petersburg (FL) Times
•  Celeste Fremon, journalist and author (Justice and Journalism Fellow)
•  William Frey, senior fellow, Milken Institute
•  Ben Fritz, reporter, Variety and Daily Variety
•  Noah Fritz, director and founder, Crime Mapping and Analysis Program
•  Earl H. Fry, professor and director, Brigham Young University, Washington Seminar Program
•  Rodney Fujita, senior scientist, Environmental Defense
•  Katherine Fulton, partner, Global Business Network
•  William Fulton, journalist, urban planner, researcher, pundit, author

G
•  John Gage, chief researcher, director, Science Office, Sun Microsystems
•  Karen Symms Gallagher, dean, USC Rossier School of Education
•  Miki Garcia, executive director, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum
•  Susannah Gardner, founder and creative director, Hop Studios Internet Consultants
•  Joel Garreau, staff writer, The Washington Post
•  Elizabeth Garrett, professor, University of Southern California
•  Karen Garrison, senior policy analyst, Natural Resources Defense Council
•  Oscar Garza, editor-in-chief, Tu Ciudad
•  David J. Gascon, chief of staff, Los Angeles Police Department
•  John Gaston, vice president, water quality and treatment, CH2M Hill
•  Brian Gill, social scientist, RAND
•  Dan Gillmor, columnist, The San Jose Mercury News
•  James S. Gilmore III, partner, Kelley Drye and Warren
•  Brooke Gladstone, editor, National Public Radio, "On the Media"
•  Christy Glaubke, associate director of Children & the Media Program, Children Now
•  Peter Gleick, president, Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security
•  Scott Glover, staff writer, The Los Angeles Times
•  Edward Goldman, art critic, KCRW
•  Ken Goldstein, associate professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
•  Tom Goldstein, chair of Mass Communications department, UC Berkeley
•  Mark Gonzales, Hip Hop Theatre playwright, HBO Def Poet, performance lecturer
•  Rita Gonzalez, assistant curator, Center for Art of the Americas, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
•  Tim Goodman, television critic, San Francisco Chronicle
•  Cynthia Gorney, associate dean, University of Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Paul Grabowicz , director, New Media Program at the Graduate School of Journalism
•  Zeke Grader, executive director, Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations
•  Thomas Graff, lead attorney, Environmental Defense Fund
•  Robert Graham, sculptor
•  Dee Gray, co-editor, POOR Magazine
•  Lisa "Tiny" Gray-Garcia, co-editor, POOR Magazine
•  Jim Griffin, CEO, Cherry Lane Digital
•  Kevin Griffith, project manager, BRIDGE Housing Corporation
•  Belinda Griswold, media director, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
•  Gronk, painter and performance artist
•  Christine Grosso, systems analyst, San Francisco Estuary Institute
•  Steven Grover, vice president of health and safety regulatory affairs, National Restaurant Association
•  Sarah Gualtieri, Department of History and Program in American Studies and Ethnicity, USC
•  Luis Guardia, senior director, Corporation for Public Broadcasting
•  Alan Guenther, chief political and investigative reporter, The Courier Post
•  Ruben Guevara, freelancer
•  Robert Gunnison, Director of School Affairs, Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley
•  Young Guo, IDGVC
•  Agustin Gurza, reporter, Los Angeles Times

H
•  Dennis L. Haarsager, associate vice president and general manager, Educational Telecommunications and Technology
•  Scot Hacker, webmaster, University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Rosalind I. J. Hackett, professor, University of Tennessee
•  Katie Hafner, reporter, The New York Times, teaching fellow, University of California, Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism
•  Doug Hamilton, television producer
•  Laura Hamilton, behavioral scientist, RAND
•  David Handschuh, photographer, New York Daily News
•  Christopher Hanson, assistant professor of journalism, University of Maryland
•  Suzan Shown Harjo, poet, writer, lecturer, curator, policy advocate
•  Scott A. Harper, Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officer, Centers for Disease Control
•  Jay T. Harris, Wallis Annenberg Chair in Journalism and Communication at USC, founding director, The Center for the Study of Journalism and Democracy
•  Melissa Harris-Lacewell, assistant professor of political science, University of Chicago
•  Will Harvey, founder and executive vice president, There
•  Richard L. Hasen, professor, William M. Rains Fellow, Loyola Law School
•  Dalia Hashad, Arab, Muslim, South Asian Advocate, American Civil Liberties Union
•  Robert J. Hawkins, morning news editor for SignonSanDiego.com
•  Chris Haws, professor, American University
•  Tom Hayden, former senator, author
•  David Hayes-Bautista, director, UCLA Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture
•  Don Hazen, executive director, Independent Media Institute
•  Jon Healey, staff writer, Los Angeles Times
•  Chris Heinbaugh, reporter, Channel 8 WFAA-TV
•  William Heisel, investigative reporter, The Orange County Register
•  Duke Helfand, reporter, Los Angeles Times
•  Burr Heneman, director, California Marine Life Management Project
•  Evan Henshaw-Plath, lead engineer, Odeo
•  Eric Conrad Henson, director, Lexecon, Inc. and research fellow, Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development
•  Jennifer Herman, worldwide brand licensing overseer, I-play
•  Guillermo Hernandez, professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, UCLA
•  Katrina Heron, various
•  Mark Hertsgaard , freelance journalist, author, broadcaster
•  Allen D. Hertzke, director of Religious Studies, University of Oklahoma
•  Holly Heyser, state editor, capitol bureau, The Orange County Register
•  William "Skip" Hidlay, executive editor, vice president/news, The Asbury Park Press
•  Betsy Hiel, foreign correspondent, Pittsburgh (PA) Tribune-Review
•  Joe Hight, managing editor, The (Oklahoma City) Oklahoman
•  Bill Ong Hing, professor, University of California, Davis
•  Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda, assistant professor, University of California, Los Angeles
•  Robert Hirsch, associate director for water, U.S. Geological Survey
•  Rainer Hoenicke, program manager, San Francisco Estuary Institute Regional Marketing Program for Trace Substances
•  Paul Hoffman, partner, Schonbrun, De Simone, Seplow, Harris & Hoffman, LLP
•  Howard R. Hogan, chief of Decennial Statistics Studies Division, U.S. Census Bureau
•  Rick Holliday, founder, Holliday Development
•  Clay Hollopeter, Boys and Girls Club of San Gabriel Valley (El Monte)
•  Bill Holmes, vice president of marketing, SSP Solutions
•  Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, associate professor, University of Southern California
•  Elwood Morton Hopkins, managing director, Emerging Markets, Inc.
•  Steven P. Hornburg, consultant
•  Emil Her Many Horses, associate curator, Cultural Recourses, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution
•  David Hosley, president and general manager, KVIE Public Television
•  Cody Howard, news director, 6News
•  Charles Hudson, public affairs manager, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
•  Nancy R. Hudson, director of dietics, UC Berkeley
•  James M. Hughes, Director for the National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control
•  Ronald Hull, supervisor, community relations section, Southern California Imperial Irrigation District
•  Jim Humphreys, director, Marine Stewardship Council
•  Brian D. Hunter, pastor, Oakland, CA, Mount Zion Baptist Church
•  Samir Husni, director, Magazine Service Journalism Program at University of Mississippi
•  Amir Hussain, associate professor, Department of Theological Studies, Loyola Marymount University
•  Liisa K. Hyvarinen, journalist, WFLA-TV and The Tampa Tribune

I
•  Jitahadi Imara, bureau chief, Juvenile Special Services Bureau
•  Daniel Imhoff, food writer and researcher
•  Victoria Infante, editor, La Vibra
•  Bradley Inman, director, Terner Program on Urban Development Reporting, University of California, Berkeley
•  David Inocencio, associate editor, New California Media
•  Evelyn Iritani, reporter, Los Angeles Times
•  Mizuko Ito, visiting scholar, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
•  Tony Iton, Health Officer, Alameda County, California
•  Suzanne Iudicello, independent consultant
•  Jane Iwamura, associate professor, Program in American Studies & Ethnicity, School of Religion, USC

J
•  Sherman Jackson, professor, Arabic and Islamic Studies, University of Michigan
•  Wes Jackson, president, The Land Institute
•  Tamar Jacoby, senior fellow , Manhattan Institute
•  Debbie Jan, Head of Public Health Library, UC Berkeley
•  Michael Janeway, director, National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University
•  Cheng Jie, associate professor, School of Law, Tsinghua University
•  Dwight L. Johnson, senior media relations, Census Bureau
•  Jacqueline Johnson, executive director, National Congress of American Indians
•  Robert E. Johnson, board member, Greenbelt Alliance
•  Alex Jones, director, Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy
•  Cyndi Jones, president, Exploding Myths, Inc.; director and principal investigator, Center for an Accessible Society
•  R. Thomas Jones, executive director, California Futures Network
•  William Josephson, Assistant Attorney General-in-Charge, New York State Law Department Charities Bureau
•  Joo-Young Jung, doctoral candidate, University of Southern California

K
•  Mia Kabasakalis, writer, TIME for Kids
•  Yasmin Kafai, associate professor, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
•  Daniel J. Kaniewski, executive director, Center for Emergency Preparedness at George Washington University
•  Jonathan Kaplan, project specialist, Natural Resources Defense Council
•  Marty Kaplan, associate dean, director, The Norman Lear Center, associate dean, USC Annenberg School for Communication
•  Peter W. Kaplan, editor, New York Observer
•  Rick Kaplan, teacher, Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy
•  Sheila Kaplan, investigative editor, Mother Jones
•  Greg Karras, senior scientist, Communities for a Better Environment
•  Jane Kay, environment writer, San Francisco Chronicle
•  Bob Keeran, multimedia specialist, Coachella Valley Water District
•  Beverly Kees, writer, editor, trainer
•  Tamara Keith, state capitol reporter, KPCC
•  Bill Kelly Jr., director, www.LatinArt.com
•  Cinny Kennard, assistant professor, University of Southern California
•  Maureen Kennedy, policy consultant, housing and economic development
•  Patrick Kennedy, owner, Panoramic Interests
•  Douglas Kenney, professional staff, Natural Resource Law Center
•  Gil Kerlikowske, chief of police, Seattle Police Department
•  Sabiha Khan, communications director, Council on American-Islamic Relations
•  Patricia O'Connell Killen, professor of American Religious History, Pacific Lutheran University
•  Brad King, reporter, Wired News
•  John King, writer, The San Francisco Chronicle
•  Thomas Kirk, executive director, Salton Sea Authority
•  Michael S. Klein, senior partner, Klein & Weisz
•  Randolph Kluver, associate professor. School of Communication and Information. Nanyang Technological University
•  Arie Knyazev, student, Bay Area
•  Paul Kobertstein, attorney, Cascadia Times
•  Richard Kontz, executive director, Navajo Partnership for Housing
•  Bruce Koon, executive news editor, Knight Ridder Digital
•  Bill Kovach, chairman, Committe of Concerned Journalists
•  Daniel M. Kowalski, editor-in-chief, Bender's Immigration Bulletin
•  Staci D. Kramer, editor, Cable World
•  Peter Krasilovsky , senior partner, vice president of consulting for Borrell Associates
•  Jason Krebs, vice president, sales, NYTimes.com
•  Mark Krikorian, executive director, Center for Immigration Studies
•  Michael Kroll, associate editor, New California Media/The Beat Within
•  Sheila Krumholz, research director, Center for Responsive Politics
•  Corby Kummer, senior editor, The Atlantic Monthly
•  Josh Kun, associate professor of English, University of California Riverside
•  Stewart Kwoh, president and executive director, Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California
•  Amy Kyle, research scientist and lecturer, University of California, Berkeley

L
•  Jill (J.R.) Labbe, editorial writer and columnist, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
•  Johnny Lai, co-chair, Asian Pacific Islander Police Advisory Council
•  Matt Lait, staff writer, Los Angeles Times
•  Linda Lampkin, program director, Urban Institute's National Center for Charitable Statistics
•  John D. Landis, professor, University of California, Berkeley
•  Clay Landry, principal, founder, WestWater Research
•  Robert E. Lang, director, Metropolitan Institute, Virginia Tech
•  Rosemary Lappin, senior producer, WCVB-TV
•  J.D. Lasica, senior editor, Online Journalism Review
•  Daniel Lathrop, database editor, Center for Public Integrity
•  Tom Latourrette , physical scientist, RAND
•  John Lawson, president and CEO, Association of Public Television Stations
•  Jorja Leap, Professor, University of California-Los Angeles
•  Stephanie Lee, director, Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs
•  Chris Lehmann, features editor, New York Magazine
•  Richard Leibner, president, N.S. Bienstock, Inc.
•  Edina Lekovic, communication director, Muslim Public Affairs Council
•  Karen Leonard, historian and anthropologist, University of California, Irvine
•  John Leshy, distinguished professor, University of California, Hastings College of the Law
•  Lawrence Lessig, professor, John A. Wilson Distinguished Faculty Scholar, Law School, Stanford University
•  Dennis Lettenmaier, professor, University of Washington
•  Tim Levell, editor, BBC's CBBC Newsround
•  Gary Levine, president, Icebox.com
•  Mark LeVine, associate professor, modern Middle Eastern history, culture and Islamic Studies, University of California, Irvine
•  Tom Levy, general manager, chief engineer, Coachella Valley Water District
•  Dan Lewerenz, Cheyenne, Wyo. correspondent, The Associated Press
•  George Lewinski, senior producer, Pacific Time
•  George Lewis, correspondent, NBC News
•  Jack Lewis, director, University of Southern California, International Education and Research Program
•  Arthur Liang, director of the Food Safety Office, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
•  David Lieberman, senior media reporter, USA TODAY
•  Benjamin Liebman, associate professor, director, Center for Chinese Legal Studies, Law School, Columbia University
•  Andrew Lih, assistant professor, director of technology, Journalism and Media Studies Center, University of Hong Kong
•  Scott Lindlaw, White House correspondent, Associated Press
•  Robert Linn, professor, University of Colorado at Boulder
•  John Lippman, vice president of news and operations, Univision Television Group
•  Amy Liu, deputy director, co-founder, Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy
•  Michael Minoru Fawn Liu, Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
•  John Lobertini, Sacramento bureau chief, KPIX-TV
•  Bill Lockyer, California Attorney General
•  Bruno Lopez, vice president, general manager, Univision Online
•  Haibo Lu, editor-in-chief, entertainment channel, Sohu.com
•  Liang Lu, president, founder, Beyond Technology
•  Kelly Lunsford, senior associate editor, Macworld magazine

M
•  John Maas, extension veterinarian, UC Davis
•  Judy Wheatley Maben, education directory, Water Education Foundation
•  Mary MacVean, editor, California section, Los Angeles Times
•  Paula Madison, president and general manager, NBC4 Los Angeles
•  Steve Magagnini, reporter, The Sacramento Bee
•  Chris Maggio, Prime Time Farms
•  David B. Magleby, dean, College of Family Home and Social Science, distinguished professor, Brigham Young University
•  Robert G. Magnuson, president, Magnuson & Company
•  Dale Maharidge, Lokey Visiting Professor, Stanford University
•  Robert Mak, host, News Up Front with Robert Mak
•  Larry Makinson, senior fellow, Center for Public Integrity
•  Michael Malone, marine recreational fisherman and diver
•  John Manning, at-sea-observer, Archipelago Marine Research, Ltd.
•  Richard Manning, author
•  Mike Mansur, The Kansas City Star
•  Isaac Mao, software architect, entrepreneur, social technology researcher
•  Kerry Smith Marash, vice president for editorial quality, ABC News
•  Kamal Marayati, actor and comedian
•  John Markoff, writer, The New York Times
•  Lee Marmon, author
•  Alex Marshall, freelance journalist, author, "How Cities Work: Suburbs, Sprawl and the Roads Not Taken"
•  Philip L. Martin, professor, University of California, Davis
•  Bill Martinez, Pat Brown Institute
•  Ruben Martinez, associate professor, Creative Writing Program, University of Houston
•  George Masnick, senior research fellow, Harvard University's Joint Center for Housing Studies
•  Paul Mason, executive producer, ABC's "World News Tonight" weekend edition
•  Sorin Matei, project manager, Metamorphosis Project
•  David Mathison, chairman and CEO, Kinecta Corporation
•  William W. May, associate professor of religion, University of Southern California
•  Dori J. Maynard, president, Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education
•  Melinda McAdams, professor, University of Florida, Knight chair in journalism technologies and the democratic process
•  Dennis McAuliffe, Jr., director, Reznet, University of Montana
•  John McCain, U.S. Senator
•  Sue McClurg, chief writer, Water Education Foundation
•  Regina McCombs, multimedia reporter, Startribune.com
•  Melody L. McCoy, staff attorney, Native American Rights Fund
•  Janet McDonald, public affairs specialist, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
•  Patrick McDonnell, staff writer, Los Angeles Times
•  Kellie McElhaney, executive director and adjunct assistant professor, Center for Responsible Business, UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business
•  Daniel L. McFadden, E. Morris Cox Professor of Economics, director, Econometrics Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley
•  Scholle Sawyer McFarland, executive editor, Macworld
•  Alastair McFarlane, economist, Office of Policy Development and Research, Division of Economic Development and Public Finance, Housing and Urban Development
•  Gregory McGinity, director of policy, Broad Foundation
•  John McGowan, research biologist and professor, University of California, San Diego
•  Andrew McLaughlin, senior policy counsel, Google, Inc.
•  Matt McLaughlin, special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation
•  Doris Meissner, Senior Fellow, Migration Policy Institute, former commissioner of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
•  Antonio Mejias-Rentas, arts and entertainment editor, La Opinion
•  Bernard Melekian, police chief, Pasadena
•  Victor Merina, Senior Fellow, USC Annenberg Institute for Justice and Journalism
•  Jeanne Merrill, consumer network coordinator, Greenpeace's Genetic Engineering Campaign
•  Cara Mertes, executive director, P.O.V./American Documentary, Inc.
•  Cindy Lundin Mesaros, marketing strategist, Moderati
•  Jane Metcalfe, partner, Forca
•  Jason Method, investigative reporter, The Asbury Park Press
•  Mette Hoffman Meyer, chief executive for co-productions, TV 2/DANMARK
•  David Michaelis, director of Current Affairs, Worldlink Studio
•  Jean Mikle, staff writer, The Asbury Park Press
•  Richard Milanovich, chairman, Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
•  Edward Miles, professor, University of Washington
•  Jack Miles, senior advisor to president, J. Paul Getty Trust
•  Char Miller, professor, history chair, Trinity University
•  John Miller, bureau chief, Counter-Terrorism Bureau of Los Angeles
•  Kirstin Miller, secretary, treasurer, EcoCity Builders
•  Najeeba Sayeed Miller, Western Justice Center Foundation
•  Patti Miller, director of the Children & the Media Program, Children Now
•  Rohn Miller, senior vice president, Product & Technology, Knight-Ridder New Media
•  Tom Miller, author, adjunct research associate, Latin American Area Center, University of Arizona
•  Anthony Miranda, directory, California Nations Indian Gaming Association
•  Farbod Mirfakhrai, broadcast technologies specialist, USC Annenberg
•  Bill Mitchell, editor, Poynter Online
•  Patricia Mitchell, president and chief executive officer, Public Broadcasting Service
•  Anuradha Mittal, co-director, Institute for Food and Development Policy (aka Food First)
•  Lee Mizell,
•  Jarl Mohn, manager, The Mohn Family Foundation
•  Herb Moniz, city manager, San Ramon, California
•  Stephen V. Monsma, research fellow, Henry Institute for Study of Religion and Politics, Calvin College
•  Marty Kreipe de Montano, manager of the Resources Center, National Museum of the American Indian
•  Steve Montiel, director, University of Southern California Annenberg Institute
•  Katie Moore, reporter, KOAA-TV
•  Michel Moore, assistant chief, Los Angeles Police Department
•  Nzinga Moore, producer/reporter, Youth Radio
•  Terry Moore, deputy editor for features and online at the Orange County Register
•  John Morgan, commercial fish processor
•  Thomas Mount, president, The Producers Guild of America
•  Richard J. Mouw, president, Fuller Theological Seminary
•  Rosemary Mucklow, executive director, National Meat Association
•  Judy Muller, faculty member, USC Annenberg School for Communication
•  Lorenza Munoz, business reporter, Los Angeles Times
•  Elsa A. Murano, under secretary of food safety, U.S. Department of Agriculture
•  Christopher Murray, attorney, O'Melveny & Meyers
•  Alyce Myatt, multimedia consultant
•  Dowell Myers, professor, USC

N
•  Ismael Nafría , Internet columnist and consultant in Spain
•  Spencer Nakasako, documentary filmmaker
•  Eric Nalder, investigative reporter, San Jose Mercury News
•  Poki Namkung, President, California Conference of Local Health Officers
•  Chase Neil, managing editor, CBS MarketWatch.com
•  Marion Nestle, professor, New York University
•  Martina Newell-McGloughlin, director, University of California Biotechnology Research and Education Program
•  Michele Nicolosi, senior editor, www.OJR.org, proprietor, www.InsertTextHere.com
•  Ron Nixon, training director, Investigative Reporters and Editors
•  Ron Nixon, computer-assisted reporting editor, The Minneapolis Star Tribune
•  Larry Noble, executive director, general counsel, Center for Responsive Politics
•  Conan Nolan, reporter, KNBC-TV
•  Leonard J. Norry, assistant division chief of housing, U.S. Census Bureau
•  Jeannie Novak, CEO, Indiespace.com

O
•  Ellin O'Leary, president and executive producer, Youth Radio
•  Randal O'Toole, research fellow, The Independent Institute, senior fellow, The Thoreau Institute, visitor fellow, The College of Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley
•  Ron Oden, mayor, Palm Springs
•  Kurt Oeler, director of editorial operations, CNET NEws.com
•  Adan Ortega, vice president, external affairs, Southern California Metropolitan Water District
•  Elizabeth Osder, visiting professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
•  Pauletta Otis, senior fellow in religion and international affairs, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
•  Paul Overberg, database editor, USA TODAY

P
•  Harry Pachon, president, Tomás Rivera Policy Institute
•  Michael Pack, senior vice president of television programming, Corporation for Public Broadcasting
•  Rod Paige, U.S. Secretary of Education
•  Jovita Pajarillo, assistant director of the water division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
•  Mark Palmer, media relations overseer, Public Strategies
•  Richard Palmer, professor, University of Washington
•  Stacy Palmer, editor, The Chronicle of Philanthropy
•  John V. Parachini, policy analyst, RAND Corporation
•  Jon Pareles, music critic, New York Times
•  Bernard Parks, chief, Los Angeles Police Department
•  Michael Parks, interim director, University of Southern California School of Journalism
•  Richard Parrish, fisheries oceanographer, National Marine Fisheries Service
•  Jeffrey Passel, principal research associate, Urban Institute
•  Manuel Pastor, professor, Latin American and Latino studies, director, Center for Justice, Tolerance and Community, University of California, Santa Cruz
•  Nora Paul, director, Institute for New Media Studies, University of Minnesota
•  Celia Pearce, author, The Interactive Book: A Guide to the Interactive Revolution
•  Chris Peck, editor, The Spokesman-Review
•  Sylvia Pelizza, project leader, Sonny Bono Salton Sea National Wildlife Refuge Complex
•  Jeff Pelline, editor, CNET News.com
•  Frank James Pensiero, vice president of news operations, The Wall Street Journal
•  Robert Pepper, chief of Policy Development, Federal Communications Commission
•  Ted Perkins, founder, Latin Universe
•  Dale Peskin, executive director, New Directions for News
•  Winston Peters, Office of the Los Angeles County Public Defender
•  Lyle R. Petersen, Acting Director, Center for Disease Control's Divison of Vector-borne Infectious Diseases
•  Cheryl Phillips, investigative reporter, The Seattle (WA) Times
•  Anthony R. Pico, leader, Viejas Band
•  Lawrence Picus, professor, USC Rossier School of Education
•  Mark Pincus, founder, CEO, Tribe Networks
•  Marilyn Pittman, voice and media coach
•  Ryan Pitts, online producer, blogger, Spokesman-Review
•  Christopher L. Pitzak, vice president, strategy and business development, Jippii USA, Inc.
•  Jeff Platsky, business journalist, Birmingham (NY) Press and Sun-Bulletin
•  Michael Pollan, author and freelance writer
•  Vikki Porter, director, Western Knight Center
•  Robert Porterfield, enterprise reporter, The Associated Press
•  Shelley Poticha, executive director, Congress for the New Urbanism
•  Deborah Potter, executive director, NewsLab
•  Adam Clayton Powell III, director of Integrated Media Systems Center, USC Viterbi School of Engineering
•  Panel Presentation, Washington Post staff
•  G. Michael Pressley, professor, Michigan State University
•  Julia Preston, deputy investigations editor, The New York Times
•  Steve Price, principal, Urban Advantage
•  Stephen David Prior, research director, Potomac Institute For Policy Studies
•  Justin Pritchard, news editor, Los Angeles bureau, The Associated Press
•  Mary Pruess, president and general manager, WNIT Public Television
•  Larry Pryor, assistant professor, USC Annenberg School of Journalism
•  Michael Pyatok, Visiting Bucksbaum Professor of Affordable Housing, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Q
•  Xiao Qiang, Tang Teaching Fellow, director, Berkeley China Internet Project, Graduate School of Journalism, University of California Berkeley
•  Jack Linchaun Qiu, post-doctoral research fellow, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California
•  Katie Quan, chair, Center for Labor Research and Education, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Berkeley
•  Gordon Quinn, president and founding member, Kartemquin Films
•  Richard Quinn, reporter, The Asbury Park Press
•  Otilio Quintero, co-director, Barrios Unidos

R
•  Jeff Rabin, government reporter, The Los Angeles Times
•  John Radke, director, Geographic Information Center, associate professor, Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley
•  Lee Rainie, director, Pew Internet & American Life Project
•  Bennett Raley, U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Water and Science
•  J. David Ramirez, executive director, Center for Language Minority Education and Research at California State University, Long Beach
•  Rebecca Fairley Raney, writer
•  Saaqib Rangoonwala, news editor, KFWB News 980
•  Madan Mohan Rao, technology consultant and writer
•  Jodi Rave, reporter and columnist, Lee Enterprise newspapers
•  John Redlinger, deputy area manager, Boulder Canyon Operations Office, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
•  Meagan Reid, assistant professor, School of Religion, University of Southern California
•  Ethan Reiff, writer, executive producer
•  Arthur Reingold, professor and Head, Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health at UC Berkeley
•  David A. Relman, associate professor, Standford University School of Medicine
•  Julia Reynolds, reporter, Monterey County Herald
•  Michael Rezendes, reporter, Boston Globe
•  Sherry Ricchiardi, senior writer, American Journalism Review
•  Laura Rich, senior writer, The Industry Standard
•  Shawn Richards, director, Brothas Against Guns
•  Paul Richardson, chief of planning, Walnut Creek Community Development Department, Planning Division
•  Rem Rieder, editor and senior vice president, American Journalism Review
•  K. Jack Riley, director, RAND Public Safety and Justice, director, National Security Research Division’s Homeland Security Center
•  Michael Riley, immigration reporter, The Denver Post
•  Gary Robbins, writer, Orange County (CA) Register
•  James W. Prado Roberts, investigative reporter, The Asbury Park Press
•  Walter V. Robinson, assistant managing editor, Boston Globe
•  Kevin Roderick, author, editor, journalist
•  Blinky Rodriguez, San Fernando Valley Coalition for Gang Intervention
•  Eugene Rodriguez, executive director, Los Cenzontles Mexican Arts Center
•  Phillip Rodriguez, documentary filmmaker
•  Rick Rodriguez, editor, The Sacramento Bee, and president, ASNE
•  Juan Rodriguez Flores, film writer
•  Mel Rogers, president and general manager, KOCE-TV
•  Melissa Rogers, visiting professor of religion and public policy, Wake Forest University Divinity School
•  Paul Rogers, resources and environmental writer, San Jose Mercury News
•  Wade Clark Roof, director, Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion and Public Life, University of California, Santa Barbara
•  Steven H. Rosenbaum, chief of special litigation section, Department of Justice Civil Rights Division
•  Dan Rosenheim, news director, KPIX-TV
•  Louis Rossetto, partner, Forca
•  Margarita Rossi, intern, Youth Radio Web Team
•  Nadia Roumani, research associate, Center for Religion and Civic Culture, University of Southern California
•  Carolyn Rouse, assitant professor, anthropology, Princeton University
•  Sandip Roy, associate editor, New California Media
•  Laura Ruel, executive director, Edward W. Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media
•  Alma Ruiz, associate curator, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
•  Michelle J. Rutkowski, marketing director, Consumers Union

S
•  Agha Saeed, lecturer, Communications and Political Science, University of California Berkeley
•  Carl Safina, vice president for marine conversation, National Audubon Society
•  Jacqui Salmon, reporter and editor, The Washington Post
•  Eliz Sanasarian, professor, political science, University of Southern California
•  Gilbert Sanchez, executive director, Laguna Department of Education
•  Pedro A. Sanchez , visiting professor, UC Berkeley
•  Ken Sands, managing editor, The Spokane Spokesman-Review
•  Paul Sanford, director, FEC Watch, Center for Responsive Politics
•  Samantha Santa Maria, entertainment editor, The Clarion-Ledger
•  AnnaLee Saxenian, dean, School of Information Management and Systems, University of California Berkeley
•  Mark Schapiro, editorial director, Center for Investigative Reporting
•  Robert Scheer, senior lecturer, University of Southern California
•  Helen Maynor Scheirbeck, assistant director, Public Programs, Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian
•  Orville Schell, dean, University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Thomas J. Schiltgen, District Director, Los Angeles District, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
•  John Schlegel, director, Department of Comprehensive Planning, Clark County, Nevada
•  Eric Schlosser, correspondent, The Atlantic Monthly
•  Mary K. Schmidl, principal, NFNC; adjunct professor, University of Minnesota
•  Dan Schnur, political and media strategist, adjunct professor, University of Southern California
•  Monica Schoch-Spana , senior fellow, Johns Hopkins University Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies
•  Daniel Schorr, senior correspondent, National Public radio
•  Ari Schwartz, associate director, Center for Democracy and Technology
•  Joel Schwartzberg, editor and programming director, Time Inc. Interactive
•  Susan Seager, associate, Los Angeles Office, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
•  Paul Seave, director, Criminal Violence Prevention Center
•  Ellen Seidler, teacher, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Pat Sekaquaptewa, director, Native Nations Law and Policy Center, University of California Los Angeles School of Law
•  Richard Sellers, vice president of feed control and nutrition, American Feed Industry Association
•  Barbara A. Serrano, assistant entertainment editor/television, Los Angeles Times
•  Timothy Samuel Shah, senior fellow in religion and international affairs, Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
•  Naim Shah Jr., co-founder, ILM Foundation
•  Jack Shakely, senior fellow, USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy
•  Jamal Shamsie, visiting professor, UCLA Anderson School of Business
•  Randy Shandobil, political editor, KTVU-TV
•  Amy Shatto, student, Southern California
•  David Shaw, media critic, Los Angeles Times
•  Marley Shebala, reporter, Navajo Times
•  Linda Sheehan, Pacific Regional Office director, Center for Marine Conservation
•  Molly O'Meara Sheehan, research associate, Worldwatch Institute
•  Howard Shelanski, various
•  Mark A. Shibley, associate professor of sociology, Southern Oregon University
•  Susan Shirk, professor, political science, University of California, San Diego
•  Joe Shirley, Jr., president, Navajo Nation
•  Deborah J. Short, director of Language Education and Academic Development, Center for Applied Linguistics
•  Natalya Shulyakovskaya, investigative reporter, The Orange County Register
•  Mark Silk, director, Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, Trinity College
•  Jesse Silva, general manager, Southern California Imperial Irrigation Distriction
•  Roxane Cohen Silver, professor, UC Irvine
•  Stuart Silverstein, staff writer, The Los Angeles Times
•  Renata Simone, producer and reporter, WGBH Boston
•  Thomas W. Simons, Jr., director, Program on Eurasia in Transition, Harvard University
•  Roger Simpson, executive director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma at University of Washington at Seattle
•  Jai Singh, vice president and editor-in-chief, CNET News.com
•  Paul Siri, associate director, University of California, Davis
•  Peter Skerry, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
•  David Slarskey, fellow, BRIDGE Housing Corp.
•  James P. Smith, economist and chair in Labor Markets and Demographic Studies, RAND, Santa Monica
•  Robert Smith, New York Correspondent, National Public Radio
•  Terence Smith, media correspondent and senior producer, "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer"
•  Travis Smith, editor, Variety.com
•  Jennifer Smodish, graduate student, University of California, Berkeley
•  Frank Smyth, representative, Committee to Protect Journalists
•  Celsa Snead, program director, Mentoring Center
•  Jason Snell, editor, Macworld
•  Ron Solimon, president and CEO, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
•  Sandeep Sood, co-founder, Mahoot Media
•  Richard M. Stana, director, Homeland Security and Justice Issues, General Accounting Office
•  Beth Steckler, policy director, Livable Places
•  James B. Steele, investigative reporter, Time Magazine
•  Robert Steele, faculty member, The Poynter Institute
•  Martha Steffens, Society of American Business Editors and Writers Chair, University of Missouri
•  Bradley D. Stein, natural scientist, RAND Institute
•  Tom Steinbach, executive director, Greenbelt Alliance
•  David Steinhart, attorney and director, Juvenile Justice Program at Commonweal
•  Janet Pearce Stenzel, management and business development advisor
•  Bob Stern, president, Center for Governmental Studies
•  Jeremy Stern, resident partner, Cole, Raywid & Braverman
•  Jane Ellen Stevens, freelance multimedia journalist
•  Martha Stone, multimeda news author, speaker, consultant
•  Linda Strean, journalist
•  Tom Streicher, chief, Cincinnati Police Division
•  Jim Stroud, editor and analyst, The Carmel Group
•  Amy Sullivan, editor, The Washington Monthly
•  Roberto Suro, founding director, Pew Hispanic Center
•  Thomas W. Sweeney, director, public affairs, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
•  Duane Sweep, director, media research, MORI Research
•  Ross O. Swimmer, Special Trustee for American Indians
•  Michael Symons, reporter, Gannett State Bureau

T
•  Diane Takvorian, founder, executive director, Environmental Health Coalition
•  Patty Talahongva, independent journalist
•  Alex Zixiang Tan, associate professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse University
•  Jonathan Taplin, professor at USC Annenberg School for Communications
•  Jonathan Taylor, research fellow, Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, Harvard, senior policy scholar Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, University of Arizona
•  Mike Tharp, correspondent, U.S. News & World Report
•  Douglas Thomas, associate professor, Annenber School for Communication, University of Southern California
•  Glenn Thomas, co-founder, Smashing Ideas Inc.
•  Helen Thomas, columnist, Hearst Newspapers
•  Bruce Thompson, senior scientist and interim executive director, San Francisco Estuary Institute
•  Bill Thorne, Jr., CEO, Acoma-Coanconcito-Laguna Health Center
•  Sharon Tiller, senior producer, FRONTLINE
•  Curt Timken, detective/gang unit, El Monte Police Department
•  Krista Tippett, creator and host, Speaking of Faith
•  George Tita, professor, University of California-Irvine
•  Sandy Tolan, co-founder, Homelands Productions
•  Jennifer Toomey, executive director and founder, The Coalition for the Future of Music
•  Jason Treas, writer, Beat Without/Beat Within
•  Sean P. Treglia, senior advisor, democracy initiatives, University of Southern California
•  Pete Tridish, founding member, Radio Mutiny
•  Susanne Trimbath, senior research economist, Milken Institute
•  Fons Tuinstra, investigative journalist
•  David Tuller, journalist, free lance
•  Joseph Turow, Robert Lewis Shayton Professor of Communication, University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication
•  Laura Tyson, dean, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

U
•  Carl Ullman, director, Water Adjudication Project, Klamath Tribes
•  Chris Ulm, chief design officer of High Moon Studios, Inc.
•  Sue Urahn, director, Education program, The Pew Charitable Trusts

V
•  Jeff Valdez, chairman, SiTV
•  Abel Valenzuela Jr., associate professor, University of California, Los Angeles
•  Andrea Van de Kamp, Chairman, Sotheby's North America
•  Pat van Heerden, head of entertainment, SABC
•  D. Rick Van Schoik, first managing director, Southwest Center for Environmental Research and Policy
•  Shannon Van Zandt, research associate, UNC's Center for Urban and Regional Studies
•  Chelina Vargas, producer and host, The Red Zone
•  Hal R. Varian, professor, School of Information Management and Systems, Haas School of Business, Department of Economics, University of California Berkeley
•  Douglas N. Varley, lawyer, Caplin &Drysdale
•  Victoria Vasques, Assistant Deputy Secretary of Education, director, Office of Indian Education, U.S. Department of Education
•  Amanda Veith, manager of acquisitions, AtomFilms
•  Tom Vest, Internet researcher
•  Fred Von Lohmann, senior staff attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
•  Peter Vorderer, head of Media Entertainment Program, USC Annenberg School of Communication
•  Cyrus Voris, writer, executive producer
•  Duc Vugia, chief of Infectious Diseases Branch, California Department of Health Services

W
•  Steven Waldman, CEO, Beliefnet.com
•  Sam Walker, Isaacson Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha
•  Milt Wallace, senior television technician, UC Berekely Graduate School of Journalism
•  Joan Walsh, vice president of news, Salon.com
•  Mark Jerome Walters, professor, University of South Florida St. Petersburg
•  Yuxian Lily Wang, graduate student, University of Southern California
•  Janine Warner, author, columnist, Internet consultant
•  Teresa Watanabe, staff writer, Los Angeles Times
•  Alice Waters, chef and owner, Chez Panisse
•  Leslie Wayne, special projects writer, The New York Times
•  Michael Weber, freelance writer and research consultant
•  Warren Weber, founder, Star Route Farms
•  Bu Wei, professor, Institute of Journalism and Communication, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
•  Henry Weinstein, legal affairs writer, The Los Angeles Times
•  Daniel Weintraub, public affairs columnist, The Sacramento Bee
•  Dan Weiser, news director, KCRA 3 and WB58
•  Steven Weiss, communications director, Center for Responsive Politics
•  Howard Weitzman, founder/CEO, Massive Media Group
•  Ashley Wells, senior producer, MSNBC.com
•  Tracy Westen, vice-chairman and CEO, USC Center for Governmental Studies
•  Mary Ann Weston, associate professor, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University
•  Kelly Whalen, freelance documentary producer
•  Beverly White, reporter/fill-in anchor, KNBC-TV
•  Jeanne Whiteing, attorney, Whiteing & Smith
•  Vicki Whiting, president, editor and founder, Kid Scoop
•  Craig Whitlock, staff writer, The Washington Post
•  Louis Wiley, Jr., executive editor, "Frontline"
•  Ann Wilkins, executive director, Trust for Early Education
•  Heather Williams, author, assistant professor, Department of Politics, Pomona College
•  Ken Williams, president and CEO, Stan Lee Media
•  Richard Williams, esearch associate professor, University of Idaho
•  Wellford Wilms, professor, University of California, Los Angeles
•  Warren Winkelstein, JR., professor, University of California,Berkeley
•  Diane Winston, Knight Chair, media and religion, University of Southern California
•  Ken Wirt, CEO, Riffage.com
•  Robin Wise, lecturer, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism
•  Tom Wolzien, media analyst, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.
•  Eddie Wong, executive director, National Asian American Telecommunications Association
•  Jane Wong, microbiologist, Center for Infectious Disease Preparedness, School of Public Health at UC Berkeley
•  Janelle Wong, assistant professor, Political Science and American Studies, USC
•  William Wong, medical director, San Francisco City Clinic
•  Mervyn Wool, instructor/writer, Beat Within
•  Naomie Worrell, graduate student, University of Southern California
•  Will Wright, chief designer and co-founder, Maxis, creator, SimCity and The Sims
•  David Wycinsky, Jr., marketing specialist, Census Bureau

X
•  Bill Xia, president, Dynamic Internet Technology

Y
•  Gregg Yacovone, director of marketing, Verizon Wireless West Area
•  Mario Ybarra, founder, Slanguage Gallery
•  Michael Young, extended news desk editor, The Los Angeles Times
•  Ahmed Younis, national director, Muslim Public Affairs Council
•  Caroline Yu, reporter, ABC 7 News
•  Peter K. Yu, assistant professor, law. founding director, Intellectual Property and Communications Law Program, Michigan State University

Z
•  Narda Zacchino, senior editor, San Francisco Chronicle
•  Patricia Zell, recently Democratic staff director and chief counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
•  Mary Zerafa, director of La Opinión Digital
•  Min Zhou, professor, University of California, Los Angeles
•  David Zilberman, agriculture professor, UC Berkeley
•  Frank Zimring, professor of law, Boalt Hall, UC Berkeley
•  Jonathan Zittrain, Jack N. and Lillian R. Berkman assistant professor for Entrepreneurial Legal Studies, Harvard Law School
•  Laurie Zoloth, professor of medical ethics and humanities, Northwestern University
•  Zuriani "Ani" Zonneveld, writer, producer, singer, speaker, activist

 
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