Leigh Goodmark is Professor of Law at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Bianca Nogrady is a freelance science journalist who has yet to meet a piece of research she doesn’t find fascinating. She writes for a variety of outlets, including Nature, The Guardian, Australian Geographic, BBC Future and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Eric Whalen is a communications coordinator with the Environmental Justice Health Alliance, which organizes industry reform strategies for safer chemicals and clean energy that leave no community or worker behind, and Coming Clean, a collaborative network of environmental justice leaders, toxic chemical researchers and public policy advocates working toward just, healthy and sustainable chemical and … Continued
Mary Mazzoni is a freelance environmental journalist and editor based in Philadelphia. Her work has appeared on TriplePundit, Yahoo Travel, Budget Travel and many other publications. Follow her on Twitter: @mary_mazzoni.
Annie Lo is a research and program associate in the Democracy Program, where she focuses on redistricting reform. Prior to joining the Brennan Center, she was an intern at the House of Representatives and a summer researcher at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute and NC Justice Center.
Alexis Farmer is a research and program associate in the Democracy Program, where she focuses on issues pertaining to redistricting and campaign finance reform. Alexis graduated with honors at the University of Michigan with a BA in public policy and minor in international studies. Her policy focus area centered on the intersection between education, the … Continued
Rebecca Ayala is a research and program associate at the Brennan Center for Justice.
Jonathan Brater serves as counsel for the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program, where his work focuses on voting rights and elections. In this capacity, Brater has worked on litigation to block enforcement of restrictive voting laws and policies in state and federal courts. Brater has also authored and contributed to Brennan Center publications, including reports, analyses, … Continued
Orlando Milesi is an Inter Press Service correspondent in Chile since 2015. He is a journalist at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Santiago (1975).
Will joined Center for Responsive Politics as a reporting intern in September 2018. He studies journalism at George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. Before starting at CRP, he wrote for the Hatchet, GWU’s independent student newspaper, and covered murder trials for DC Witness, a nonprofit blog that tracks homicides. He grew up … Continued