Josh CatoneContent & Community Manager, Feedly
Josh Catone is the content & community manager at feedly, a news reading app with more than 15 million users. He was previously the executive director of editorial projects at Mashable, and has been a staff writer at ReadWrite, SitePoint and Raw Story. He has been writing professionally since 1998 and is the co-founder of The Fluffington Post, a popular news satire / cute animal web site.
Guylyn CumminsPartner, Sheppard Mullin
Guylyn Cummins has spent her entire career working in media law. A seasoned litigator, she represents a broad array of media clients relating to First Amendment issues, including access issues, libel and advertising content, plus trademark and copyright fair use. She has been recognized as one of the "Top Women Lawyers/Litigators in California" by the Daily Journal six times.
Douglass DanielWriter and Copy Editor, Associated Press
Douglass K. Daniel is a writer and copy editor with the Washington, D.C., bureau of The Associated Press. His career in journalism includes nine years as a college professor and stints with newspapers and the youth magazine Boys’ Life. Daniel is the author of three books, and he earned his master's in journalism and a doctorate in mass communication from Ohio University.
Duchesne DrewManaging Editor for Operations, Star Tribune
Duchesne Paul Drew oversees the Star Tribune newsroom's copy and design desks, technology issues, training and recruitment, and community outreach efforts. Duchesne is president of the Minnesota chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists and serves on the board of ThreeSixty, a program exposing teens to journalism careers.
Kevin FaganReporter, San Francisco Chronicle
Kevin Fagan is a veteran reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle, specializing in enterprise news-feature writing and breaking news. He has been nominated several times for the Pulitzer Prize, received the John Knight Journalism Fellowship and won more than 90 awards including the national James Aronson Award for Social Justice.
David GrantContent Strategist, The Christian Science Monitor
David Grant is a content strategist with The Christian Science Monitor, bringing together business strategy, product development and sales to make journalism that matters into a sustainable business. Previously, he covered Capitol Hill and national politics for the Monitor and worked as a financial analyst for Legg Mason Capital Management.
Jasmine HudaNews 4 Anchor, KMOV-TV
Jasmine Huda joined the KMOV-TV St. Louis news team in 2010 as an anchor and reporter. Previously, she was a reporter and weekend anchor at KSDK-TV, also in St. Louis. She has also held positions with National Public Radio and Fox News Channel, as well as KSPR-TV in Springfield, Missouri. Huda is a two-time recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award.
Andy NelsonPhotojournalist, The Register-Guard
Andy Nelson is a staff photojournalist at The Register-Guard newspaper in Eugene, Oregon. He was previously the R.M. Seaton Chair in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Kansas State University. From 1997 to 2008, Nelson was the Washington, D.C.-based staff photographer for The Christian Science Monitor.
Tim RichardsonSenior Digital Editor/Producer, The Washington Post
Tim Richardson is a senior digital editor and producer for The Washington Post. He worked previously as the digital managing editor for the Washington Examiner. Richardson also served as the new media managing editor for the Las Vegas Sun, and held digital media positions at the Naples (Florida) Daily News and Topeka (Kansas) Capital-Journal.
Rob SchneiderCreative Director, Dallas Business Journal
Rob Schneider is currently creative director of the Dallas Business Journal. He was previously presentation director for The Dallas Morning News. His work has been awarded by The Society for News Design, Malofiej, Communication Arts, Illustrator’s Annual, PRINT magazine and other state and regional journalism competitions. Rob is past president for The Society for News Design.
Doris TruongHomepage Editor, The Washington Post
Doris Truong edits washingtonpost.com. She is the 2014 Wayne State Spirit of Diversity honoree, and she won the American Copy Editors Society's Robinson Prize in 2013 for exceptional effectiveness in the craft of editing. She is a former president of the 1,700-member Asian American Journalists Association.