Who’s Coming?

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Alphabetical order
(a) — denotes alum of previous Journalism That Matters convenings

  1. Lizzy Acker, web editor, Willamette Week, Portland, Ore.
  2. Sheetal Agarwal, communication/community consultant, Kwilt Strategy, Ph.D., Univ. of Washington, Seattle
  3. Amalia Alarcon de Morris, Bureau Director, Office of Neighborhood Involvement, City of Portland, Ore.
  4. Ashley Alvarado, public engagement editor, Southern Calif. Public Radio / KPCC, Pasadena, Calif.
  5. Dan Archer, RJI Fellow, graphic journalist, director, Empathetic Media, Aptos, Calif.
  6.  Jonathan Bach, student, University of Oregon
  7. Michelle Bach-Coulibaly, Senior Lecturer, Brown University, Providence, RI
  8. Mark Blaine, senior journalism instructor / journalism area director, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  9. Caitlin Boyle, Executive Director, Film Sprout,  New York, NY
  10. Burgess Brown, media-studies student, Mercer Univ. /  coordinator, Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Songs on Site, Macon, GA
  11. Jeff Browninvestor, entrepreneur / Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp., (Awesome Journalism Grants),  Miami, Fla. (a)
  12. Bill Buzenberg, news executive, consultant, Yes! Magazine, Seattle, Wash. (a)
  13. Carl Bybee, associate professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  14. Jacob Caggiano, community mapping consultant / videographer, Smarter Cleanup, Seattle, Wash. (a)
  15. Elaine Cha, community engagement associate producer, Nine Community Cinema of the Nine Network, PBS, St. Louis, Mo.
  16. Shirley Chan, visual storyteller, Gilman fellow, student, University of Oregon
  17. Lucas Chemotti, student, Portland State University, Portland, Ore.
  18. Chris Corrigan, organizational development consultant, and blogger.
  19. Marla Crockett, Public engagement consultant and Board member, National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD), Chevy Chase, MD (a)
  20. Jim Cyngler, Cyngler Consulting, Hawksburn, VIC (Australia)
  21. Nicole Dahmen, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  22. Rachel Damgen, newspaper engagement editor, Portland, Ore.
  23. Carol Daniel Kasbari, Ph.D. student,Founder, Beyond Conflicts/  Geo. Mason Univ., Washington, DC
  24. Joy Davis, Founder, Design + Culture Lab, Portland, Ore.
  25. Ben Dejarnette, Narrative storyteller/journalist, contributing writer, InvestigateWest, Portland, Ore.
  26. Christopher Densmore, applied theater facilitator, Portland, OR
  27. Bill Densmore, Consulting Fellow, Reynolds Journalism Institute, Williamstown, Mass. (a)
  28. Andrew DeVigal, Chair in Journalism Innovation And Civic Engagement at University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center; Co-founder of A Fourth Act, Portland, Ore.
  29. Sami Edge, senior journalism student, University of Oregon
  30. Mike Fancher, Executive Editor, Seattle Times (retired), Seattle, Wash. (a)
  31. Meghann Farnsworth, director, distribution and engagement, Center for Investigative Reporting, Berkeley, Calif.
  32. Darlene Fernandes, Ore.
  33. Michelle Ferrier, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Innovation, Research/Creative Activity, and Graduate Studies, Ohio University, Athens, OH (a)
  34. Diane Freaney, founder/creative director, Rooted Investing LLC, Portland, Ore.
  35. Tom Glaisyer, director, Informed Participation Program of The Democracy Fund, Washington, D.C. (a)
  36. Susan Gleason, audience development, Yes! Magazine, Bainbridge Island, Wash.  (a)
  37. Marissa Grass, planner/community connector, City of Tigard, Ore.
  38. Mike Green, journalist and co-founder, ScaleUP Partners LLC, Portland, Ore.
  39. Larry GreeneCo-Founder, Sttones Global Leadership Academy, Friday Harbor, Wash.
  40. Jomo Greenidge, developer/educator, Brothaman Tech Incubator, Ore.
  41. Desiree GutierrezImpact Media Partners, Long Beach, Calif.
  42. Andrew Haegfounder, Groundsource / in-residence,  Mercer Univ. Center for Collaborative Journalism, Macon, GA
  43. Jackie Hai, Multimedia Producer & Community Educator, Mesa THINKspot, Phoenix, Ariz. (a)
  44. Celeste Hamilton Dennis, editor,  Idealist.org, Portland, OR
  45. Sydette Harry,Community Lead, The Coral Project, New York, N.Y. (a)
  46. Cylvia Hayesopen government activist / founder-CEO, 3E Strategies, Bend, OR
  47. Adam Hegstrom, intern, Turtledove Clemens, Ore.
  48. Jordyn Holman, student, Univ. of Southern Calif., Los Angeles
  49. Peggy Holman, Co-founder and Executive Director, Journalism That Matters, Bellevue, Wash. (a)
  50. Jillian Hopkins, psychotherapist, Friday Harbor, Wash.
  51. Jo Ellen Kaiser, Executive Director, The Media Consortium, San Francisco, Calif. (a)
  52. Torsten Kjellstrand, documentary photojournalist, professor of practice, SOJC, Eugene, Ore.
  53. Rachel LaChapelle,  narrative journalist, student, Univ. of Oregon SOJC / managing editor, Ethos magazine
  54. Kathryn Langstaff, partner, autopoiesis.com, Portland, Ore.
  55. Regina Lawrence, professor and director, Geo. S. Turnbull Portland Center, Univ. of Oregon, Portland OR
  56. Laura LoForti, multimedia producer, “story midwife”, co-founder, A Fourth Act, Portland, OR
  57. Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn, Editorial Director, YES! Magazine, Bainbridge Island, Wash.
  58. Sarah Loose, Co-Coordinator  Groundswell: Oral History for Social Change network, Portland, Ore.
  59. Clair Lorell, project manager, American Society of News Editors, Arlington, VA
  60. Lisa Loving, author, “How to Be a Citizen Journalists”, Portland, Ore.
  61. Nomin Lyons, design researcher, Design + Culture Lab, Portland, Ore.
  62. Emerson Malone, writer, editor, Emerald Media Group, Ore.
  63. Caitlyn May, free-lance journalist, Corvalis, Ore.
  64. Joy Mayer,  professor, Univ. of Missouri, newspaper community engagement research/practice, Columbia, Mo. (a)
  65. Emmalee McDonald, multimedia journalism/community development / graduate teaching fellow, Univ. of Oregon, Portland, OR
  66. Orchadia McLean, PR advisor, Rooted Investing LLC, Portland, Ore.
  67. Miró Merrill, senior advertising/art for journalism major, Univ. of Oregon
  68. Todd Milbourn, adjunct instructor, Lundquist College, Univ. of Oregon
  69. Linda Miller, Director, Network Journalism and Inclusion, American Public Media/Public Insight Network, St. Paul, MN (a)
  70. Jerry Millhonteam leader, Thriving Communities program of the Whidbey Institute, Langley, Wash.
  71. S. Renee Mitchellformer journalist, author, playwright, youth poet-teacher, Portland, OR   (video)
  72. Franziska Monahan, KWVA news and student, Univ. of Oregon (SOJC) Portland, Ore.
  73. Caitlin Moran, community engagement editor, The Seattle Times opinion pages, Seattle WA
  74. Fiona Morgan, Journalism Program Director, Free Press, Florence, Mass.
  75. Phil Napoli, Author and Professor of Journalism & Media Studies, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J.
  76. Sean O’ConnorMaser Films / strategic coordinator (visual storytelling), Our United Villages, Portland Ore.
  77. Tracie Overby, writing consultant, Roosevelt High School, Portland, Ore.
  78. Terry Parris Jr., community editor, ProPublica, New York, N.Y.
  79. Bruce Poinsette,  free-lance writer of news, opinion, speeches, Portland, Ore.
  80. David Remund, public-relations asst. professor, Univ. of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication, Eugene, Ore.
  81. Amber Rivera, engagement editor, Inside Energy / Rocky Mountain PBS, Denver, Colo.
  82. Jesikah Maria RossSenior Community Engagement Strategist, Capital Public Radio, Sacramento, Calif.
  83. Steph Routh, content manager, Nonprofit Technology Network, Portland, Ore.
  84. Thomas Schmidt, graduate research fellow, Univ. of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.
  85. Elissa Schuler Adair, Health Advocate, Independent, Portland, Ore.
  86. Lori ShontzInstructor, Univ. of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication, Eugene, Ore.
  87. Samantha Shotzbarger, student intern / community-engagement specialist, Public Insight Network bureau, ASU Cronkite School, Phoenix, Ariz.
  88. Stephen Silha, co-founder, Frisky Divinity Productions and co-founder, Journalism That Matters, Vashon, Wash. (a)
  89. John Spady, Civic Entrepreneur and Founder, National Dialogue Network, Seattle, Wash.
  90. Anne Stadler, cooperative journalist, formerly KING-TV5, Seattle, Wash. (a)
  91. Margaret Staniforth, graduate student & Public Insight Network bureau at Cronkite School, Arizona State Univ., Phoenix, Ariz.
  92. Nathan Stevens, radio/audio producer, pop-culture editor, journalism major, University of Oregon
  93. Tom StitesFounder and President, Banyan Project, Newburyport, Mass. (a)
  94. Natalie Stroud, Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Director, Engaging News Project, Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, University of Texas, Austin, TX
  95. Yve Susskind, principal, Praxis Associates LLC, non-profit social-entrepreneurship advisory, Vashon, Wash.
  96. Mallary Tenore, Executive Director, Images and Voices of Hope, St. Petersburg, Fla.
  97. Jana Thrift, videographer / manager, Community Solutions Media Library, Eugene, OR
  98.  Melia Tichenor, program manager, Hands on Greater Portland
  99. Kaylee Tornay, journalism student and a Stamps Scholar at the University of Oregon
  100. Lee van der Voo, Oregon reporter, InvestigateWest, independent journalist, Seattle, Wash.
  101. Vanessa Vancour,   community-engagement practitioner / coordinator, Nevada Media Alliance, Reno, Nev.
  102. Carrie Wattersmanager, contributor network, The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Ariz.
  103. Michal Wilder, high-school senior, Phoenix, Ariz.
  104. Wendy Willis, attorney, civic-engagement director, executive director, Kitchen Table Democracy, Portland Ore.
  105. Joanne Zuhl, managing editor, Street Roots social-justice week, Portland, Ore.