Joanna Corman is a Sacramento-based freelance journalist, writer and editor.
Josh Brodesky is a San Antonio-based writer.
Cindy Baker is a Sacramento-based freelance journalist.
Nelson Harvey is a freelance print and radio journalist currently based in Denver, Colorado. He is also the editor of edibleASPEN magazine. He has reported for a wide range of newspapers, magazines, websites and radio stations, and particularly likes writing about food, agriculture, and the environment. Nelson has worked as a farmer, waiter, juicer, tutor, delivery man, recycling collector, amateur mixologist, and lab intern.
Kristen Larson is a former freelance writer current owner of Kristen Larson Content Marketing.
Janet Fullwood is a Sacramento-based freelance journalist.
Robert Ehlert is a freelance writer.
Kim Laughton is president of Schwab Charitable, based in San Francisco.
Robert Celaschi is a freelance writer and editor based in Washington, D.C.
Bill Romanelli is a public affairs consultant with APCO Worldwide and an avid outdoorsman. On Twitter @bromanel.
Kibkabe Araya is a freelance journalist. Her work has appeared in the Seattle Times, the Sacramento Bee, Sacramento Business Journal and Redding Record Searchlight.
Michael Strech is the president and CEO of the North State Building Industry Association.
Stephanie Flores is the former managing editor of Comstock’s. She is now a freelance writer residing in New Zealand.
Esther Shein is a freelance writer and editor whose work has appeared in several online and print publications, including InformationWeek, eWeek, Computerworld, BYTE, CIO, CFO and The Boston Globe. Previously she was the editor-in-chief of Datamation.
Kristina Shevory is a freelance reporter who writes regularly for The New York Times. Her stories have also appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, Businessweek, Pacific Standard and Wired.
Sharon Frederick is a Sacramento-based freelance writer.
Anita Chabria is a Sacramento-based freelance writer.
Michelle is a Bay area-based freelance writer who reports frequently on wine, food and travel. Her work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune, and she is a wine and spirits columnist at palatepress.com.
Karen Hao is a Berkeley-based journalist mainly covering the environment, science and technology. Most recently, her work has appeared in Sierra magazine, How We Get to Next and The Chronicle for Social Change, among others. She graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Energy Studies.