Tommy Vietor is an American political commentator and podcaster. He is the founding partner of Fenway Strategies, LLC in 2013 along with Jon Favreau. From 2011 to 2013 he served as spokesperson for President Barack Obama and also the United States National Security Council. Tommy is also the co-host of Pod Save the World and Pod Save America as well as the founder of Crooked Media. In addition, he is an alumnus of Kenyon College.
Samuel Sinyangwe is an American activist and Policy analyst. He is the co-host of the Pod Save the People podcast. Samuel is also a member of Movement for Black Lives and a co-founder of We the Protestors. Moreover, he is the founder of Police Scorecard in 2019. He has also written columns for The Guardian and also Huffington Post. Additionally, he was named the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for law and policy.
Rebecca Nagle is an American activist, writer, and public speaker. She serves as a freelance writer Bylines at Washington Post, Huff Post, and also Teen Vogue. Rebecca is also the host of the This Land podcast at Crooked Media. She is also among the founders of FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture which promotes a culture of consent and co-ordinator of the event “PINK Loves CONSENT.”
Derek Thompson is an American journalist and author. He serves as a staff writer at The Atlantic since September 2008. Derek is also a news analyst for NPR’s national afternoon show, “Here and Now” and also a contributor to CBS News. Moreover, he is the host of the “Plain English” podcast that is aired at Ringer. Additionally, he is the author of the national bestselling book Hit Makers.
Nicholas Lemann is an American journalist. He works as a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1999 and has written columns for the Wayward Press magazine and also Washington magazine. Prior to that, he first worked at The Atlantic Monthly as a national correspondent from 1983 to 1999.
Joshua Green is an American journalist. He serves as the senior national correspondent at Bloomberg Businessweek. Joshua is also a weekly columnist for The Boston Globe and his columns also appear in The Atlantic. Prior to that, he worked for eight years as a Senior editor at The Atlantic. In addition, he is the author of the best-selling book Devil’s Bargain published in 2007, that is about the successful political partnership between Donald Trump and Steve Bannon.
James Fallows is a famous journalist and writer from America. He has been serving at The Atlantic as a national correspondent. Before Atlantic, he worked as President Jimmy Carter’s chief speechwriter and also U.S. News & World Report editor.
Nolan Finley is an American journalist. He has been serving as Editorial Page Editor at The Detroit News since March 1976 in Detroit Metropolitan Area. Nolan writes a column in the Sunday newspaper and also directs the expression of the newspaper’s editorial position on various national and local issues.
Daniel Howes is a veteran American Journalist. He serves as Senior Editor, Business, and Columnist at The Detroit News. Also, he is a weekly contributor to Michigan Radio in Ann Arbor and a frequent contributor to NewsTalk 760-WJR in Detroit. Prior to that, Daniel served as a European correspondent for The News.
James Risen is an American journalist and author. He currently serves as senior National Security Correspondent at The Intercept. Before The Intercept, James worked as a reporter at the New York Times. Previously he was a writer at the Los Angeles Times where he also wrote a number of articles concerning U.S. government activities. In addition, he receved the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for his stories about the National Security Agency’s domestic spying program.