Paul Krugman(Full name Paul Robin Krugman) is an American economist and Distinguished Professor of Economics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He works at The Times New York newspaper as an Op-Ed columnist. Paul joined The Times New York in 1999. Additionally, he is a professor emeritus of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School.
Laura Helmuth is an American journalist. She currently serves as an editor in chief at Scientific American, based in Washington, District Of Columbia Laura started her science writing career by serving as an intern at Science News. While pursuing her doctorate, Her research was on the underlying neuroscience of Parkinson’s disease. It resulted in a thesis called Sequence Learning in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease. In 1998, Laura earned her certificate in science communication from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Brian Krebs is an American investigative reporter. He is best known for his report on profit-seeking cybercriminals. Brian’s interest in investigative reporting grew after he was locked out of his own computer by a computer worm in 2001. Apart from being a reporter, Brian is also an author of a daily blog well know as KrebsOnSecurity.com. He covers computer security as well as cybercrime.
Michiko Kakutani is an American literary critic. She is a former chief book critic for The New York Times. She is well known for her writing reviews in the movie voice or book characters, such as Elle Woods of Legally Blonde, Austin Powers, Truman Capote’s character Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Brian Griffin, as well as Holden Caulfield.
Robert Wolf is an American contributor for Fox News Channel and Fox News Network since 2016. He is also the founder of 32 Advisors, an advisory and consultant firm serving money managers, hedge funds, public and private companies, governments, private equity firms, and other institutions. Additionally, Robert was the holder of three Presidential appointments as a member of the Export Council, the Economic Recovery Advisory Board, and the Council on Jobs and Competitiveness under President Obama.
Thomas Delahanty (Thomas K.Delahanty) is an American former District of Columbia policeman who was wounded during the assassination attempt on U.S. President Ronald Reagan on Monday, March 30, 1981, in Washington, D.C.
Don Francis (Full name: Donald Pinkston Francis) is an American epidemiologist who served on the Ebola outbreak in Africa in the late 1970s and as an HIV/AIDS researcher. In 1992, he retired from the U.S. Public Health Service, after 21 years of service. Smallpox invaded in Sudan, India, and Bangladesh where Francis helped eradicate before working on AIDS. Additionally, he served on the cholera epidemic in Nigeria in the early 1970s, the 1976 Ebola epidemic in Sudan, and the smallpox epidemic in Yugoslavia in 1972. Furthermore, Francis was an early developer of the hepatitis B vaccine in China and the United States.
John Walsh (Full name: John Edward Walsh Jr.) is an American television personality, victim rights advocate, criminal investigator, and the host and creator of America’s Most Wanted. Walsh is famous for his anti-crime activism, with which he became involved following the murder of his son, Adam, in 1981.
Michael Reagan (Full name: Michael Edward Reagan) is an American Republican strategist, political commentator, and former radio talk show host. He is the adopted son of former U.S. president Ronald Reagan and actress Jane Wyman, his first wife. Michael is one of the most DYNAMIC public speakers in the public arena today. His commitments to public service and the vision his father championed are second to none, making him the natural heir to the Reagan Legacy.