Detroit Participants

JTM Create or Die: Who’s Coming?

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  1. Kat Aaron, Washington, D.C.
  2. Juanita Anderson, asst. professor, media arts/studies, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.
  3. Mark Anderson, free-lance reporter, Madelia, Minn.
  4. Davar Iran Ardalan, Independent journalist, Severna Park, MD
  5. Emilia Askari, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  6. Cristina Azocar, Director, Center for Integration & Improvement of Journalism, San Francisco State University, Calif.
  7. Linda Bernard, J.D., LL.M., Principal, Linda’s Law, Detroit, Mich.
  8. N. Joy Beard, PR Support, Allied Media Conference, Detroit, Mich.
  9. Sonya Bernard-Hollins, editor, Community Voices, Kalamazoo, Mich.
  10. Kwan Booth, editor, Oakland Local, Oakland, Calif.
  11. Jeff Brown, All Headline News, Wellington, Fla.
  12. Alicia Buggs, graduate journalism student, Detroit, Mich.
  13. MaryAnn Chick Whiteside, Grand Blanc, Mich.
  14. Sue Ellen Christian, Assoc. Prof. of Journalism, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Mich.
  15. Laurie Cirivello, executive director, Grand Rapids Community Media Center / publisher, The Rapidian.org, Grand Rapids, Mich.
  16. Brian Connors, Grand Rapids, Mich.
  17. Desiree Cooper, former columnist, Detroit Free Press and All Things Considered, West Bloomfield, Mich.
  18. Melissa Cornick, executive director, OneifByLand Productions, Bucks County, Penn.
  19. Eugene Daniel III, student, Elon University, Marietta GA
  20. Bill Densmore, director, Media Giraffe Project, co-founder CircLabs Inc., Williamstown, Mass.
  21. Steve Dorsey, VP, research & development, Detroit Media Partnership (News & Free Press), Detroit, Mich.
  22. Laketa Dumas, Founder, RU Ready 4 BIZness, Warren, Mich.
  23. Jessica Durkin, National Assn. of Hispanic Journalists Region 3 director, New America Foundation Media Policy Initiative fellow, Scranton, Penn.
  24. Sally Duros, Independent journalist, Chicago, IL
  25. Ingeborg Endter, MIT Center for Future Civic Media, The Media Laboratory, Cambridge, Mass.
  26. Maureen Federo, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Mich.
  27. Michelle Ferrier, journalism professor, Elon University, Greensboro, N.C.
  28. Cheryl Fields, Executive Vice President, Langhum Mitchell Communications / consultant, Center for Ethical Leadership, Washington, D.C.
  29. Helen Fu, Citizen Media Law Project, Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University
  30. Roger Gafke , Director of Program Development, Reynolds Journalism Institute, Columbia, MO
  31. Eric Galatas, Program Director, Free Speech TV, Denver, CO
  32. Tracy Gibson, Detroit, Mich.
  33. Steven Gray, Correspondent, Time Magazine
  34. Joe Grimm, Visiting editor in residence, School of Journalism, Michigan State University, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
  35. Sono Hashisaki, President, Springwood Associates, Seattle, Wash.
  36. Marin Heinritz, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Mich.
  37. Peggy Holman , Journalism that Matters, Bellevue, Wash.
  38. Mina Hong, project manager, NewDetroit.org, Detroit, Mich.
  39. Hanson Hosein, Director – Masters of Communication in Digital Media, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.
  40. Brant Houston, professor, Univ. of Ilinois / chairman, Investigative News Network, Urbana, Ill.
  41. Sylvia Hubbard, Founder, Motown Writers Network, Detroit, Mich.
  42. Andrew Humphrey, reporter, WDIV-TV and Journalism That Matters volunteer, Detroit, Mich.
  43. Rebecca Jones, copy editor, The Oakland [Mich.] Press, Ferndale, Mich.
  44. Linda Jue, Director/Exec. Editor, G.W. Williams Center for Independent Journalism / Northern California Society of Professional Journalists / San Francisco
  45. John Kotarski, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  46. Kadidjri Lahab, independent journalist, Rochester, Mich.
  47. Carmen Lee, communications officer, The Heinz Endowments, Pittsburgh, Penn.
  48. Jennifer Lee, blogger, The New York Times; judge, Knight News Challenge, New York, N.Y.
  49. Arthur Leggett, founder/ceo, Remarketable Media Solutions, Detroit, Mich.
  50. Scott Macklin, CTO, College of Education, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.
  51. Beth Mastin, New Routes to Community Health, Madison, Wis.
  52. Chiquita McKenzie-Bennett, Detroit, Mich.
  53. Victor Merina, senior correspondent/Reznet, Redondo Beach, Calif.
  54. Bill Mitchell, head of entrepreneurial/international programs, The Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg, Fla.
  55. Travis Mitchell, Durham, NC
  56. Mary Ann Mohring, Examiner.com transit blogger, Detroit, Mich.
  57. Tim Moore, manager, Detroit Internet Television (DETIPTV.com), Detroit, Mich.
  58. Alicia Nails, Director of the Journalism Institute for Media Diversity, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.
  59. Ryan O’Toole, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Mass.
  60. Latoya Peterson, Editor, Racialicious.com, Silver Spring, Md.
  61. Kim Piper-Aitken, media studies professor, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mich.
  62. Michael K. Price, U.S. Census Bureau, Detroit, Mich.
  63. Richard Puffer, asst. prof. communications, Coker College, Hartsville, S.C.
  64. Chris Rabb, writer, public speaker, visiting researcher, Princeton University, Philadelphia, Penn.
  65. Nargis Rahman, Detroit, Mich.
  66. Matthew Renner, editor and Washington, D.C., reporter, TruthOut.org, Brooklyn, N.Y.
  67. Blake Roberts, Windsor, Canada
  68. Lori Robinson, Editor, BLAC Detroit Magazine, Ferndale, Mich.
  69. Maria Rojas, student, Elon University, High Point, N.C.
  70. Lou Rutigaliano, Professor, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
  71. Sue Salinger, visiting assistant professor, Rollins College, Boulder, Colo.
  72. Geoff Samek, Sacramento Press, Sacramento, Calif.
  73. Jan Schaffer, American University J-Lab, Washington, D.C.
  74. Ruth Seymour, Assistant Professor, Oakland University, Birmingham, Mich.
  75. Satori Shakoor, self-employee artist/writer/performer, Detroit, Mich.
  76. Harold Shinsato, programmer, originator, MissoulaBarCamp.org, Stevensville, Montana
  77. Annie Shreffler, free-lance radio/multimedia producer, On Point WBUR, Brookline, Mass.
  78. Andrea Silenzi, freelance multimedia producer, Chicago, ILoi
  79. Stephen Silha, Co-founder, Journalism that Matters, Vashon, Wash.
  80. Robert Springer, undergraduate carreer counselor, journalism program, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
  81. Betsy Spratt, digital entrepreneur, VMDirect, Detroit, Mich.
  82. Brian Steffens, Executive Director, National Newspaper Assocation, Columbia, MO
  83. Alice Tait, Journalism Instructor, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Mich.
  84. Kaarli Tasso, New York, N.Y.
  85. Cambrey Thomas, founding editor, Detroit Girls About Town, Detroit, Mich.
  86. Tracey Thompson, Hazel Park, Mich.
  87. Marcela Toledo, Freelance writer/editor/producer/translator, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  88. Aracely Vasquez, Kalamazoo, Mich.
  89. Ashlee Wells, sociology student, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
  90. Steve Wilson, formerly WXYZ TV reporter, now working to establish non-profit Michigan Center for Investigative Reporting, Detroit.
  91. Frank Witsil, AAJA member and web producer, Detroit Free Press, Detroit, Mich.
  92. Keith Woods, Vice President for Diversity in News and Operations, National Public Radio
  93. Christina Xu, MIT Center for Future Civic Media, Cambridge, Mass.
  94. Paul Zube, Graduate Assistant, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich.