says if she were a Super PAC, she’d be called Journalism Digital Democracy Future. She is an award winning cross-platform journalist, who just finished her Master in Public Administration at the Harvard Kennedy School. She has 15 years experience in broadcast journalism and digital media management. At Harvard, she worked as a Research Assistant for Vivek Kundra, the first CIO of the United States.
is a former management consultant and a political junkie. Yet Dan found himself utterly confused when President Obama declared that Super PACs will “be able to simply purchase an election.” Sounds scary, but—what’s a Super PAC, and how are they going to buy the election? The Super PAC App is his attempt to help answer that question. Dan received an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.
is the Director of the Institute of Politics (IOP) at Harvard University. Grayson served two terms as Kentucky's Secretary of State from 2004-11, elected in his first run for political office in November of 2003 – making him the youngest Secretary of State in the U.S. at that time. In office, Grayson was recognized as a national leader in elections, civics, business services, and government innovation and served as President of the National Association of Secretaries of State in 2009-2010. Secretary Grayson was an attorney prior to his election.
is the Chief Knowledge Officer of the MIT Media Lab where he also co-directs the Digital Life research consortium, and runs the Information Ecology research group. His group's work has been featured in numerous news outlets, including CNN, Wired magazine, USA Today, and Engadget. His past research accomplishments include contributing to the MPEG digital video standard and co-inventing the Internet of Things. He was founder, CEO, and CTO of Presto Technologies, a Media Lab spin-off that introduced IoT to the consumer market. Holtzman has been granted multiple patents for his inventions and consults for leading technology corporations.
was the webmaster for Governor Howard Dean’s 2004 presidential campaign, which pioneered the use of technology and social media that revolutionized political fundraising and American politics. Nicco then founded EchoDitto, which consults with Fortune 500 companies and nonprofit groups. Nicco is now an adjunct faculty at Harvard’s Kennedy School. In 2003, Esquire Magazine named him one of America ‘s “best and brightest.” Nicco serves on the board of BrighterPlanet, Democracy21, the News Literacy Project, and the Advisory Board of the Nieman Foundation.