David Alm is a journalist, editor, and adjunct professor of journalism at Hunter College and the NYU School for Continuing and Professional Studies.
Christopher T. Cory is retired Executive Director of Public Information at Pace University.
Laura Gottesdiener is a social justice activist and freelance journalist in New York City.
Marya Grambs is a long-time organizer, activist, and founder of community-based organizations having to do with women’s and girls’ issues, health, and poverty.
Joseph Huff-Hannon is the co-editor of Gay Propaganda: Russian Love Stories and a Senior Global Campaigner with the international human rights advocacy organization Avaaz.org, and has a background in journalism, documentary film, book publishing and politics.
Philip Kay is a writer, editor and journalism educator whose work focuses on urban schools, reporting and cultural history.
Ricardo Miranda is a multimedia artist and associate professor of film and media studies at Hunter College.
Peter Parisi is an associate professor, Film and Media Studies, Hunter College, City University of New York and Coordinator of the Aronson Awards for Social Justice Journalism and Cartooning with a Conscience.
Tim Portlock is a visual artist and a professor of new media at Hunter College.
Robin Reisig. As a member of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism’s full-time faculty from 1991-2012, Robin Reisig was named Teacher of the Year and, nominated by her former students, won the school’s Alumni Award.
Alice Slater is New York Director of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and its UN representative.
Ida Susser, a professor of anthropology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Blanca Vázquez holds a Masters of Science degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Diana Powell Ward is the grant writer for the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine.