Rachel Leibrock is a Northern California-based journalism educator, writer and editor who covers arts and culture, food and current events. She worked for nine years at the Sacramento Bee, where she wrote about pop culture and music, and more than a decade at the Sacramento News & Review, including several years as editor-in-chief. More at www.rachel-leibrock.com.
Lien Hoang is a Sacramento native and journalist who has worked for Bloomberg Law, Reuters, the New York Times, Al Jazeera, and the Sacramento Bee. Contact her at twitter.com/lienh.
Keyshawn Davis is a freelance writer and current student and sports editor at Sacramento City College’s online newspaper Express.
Madeleine Beck is a Sacramento-based freelance reporter and journalism student working at Sacramento State’s student-run newspaper, The State Hornet. On Twitter @madeleinebeck_.
Thomas Cathey is a freelance journalist and student at American
River College in Sacramento. He’s had three semesters of
experience writing for The Current at ARC and is now its managing
Andrew Calisterio is a freelance photographer and content
creator. He developed his passion for photography while working
in the liquor and spirits industry for over a decade, and is
influenced by street photography, bar culture and portrait
work. He is a Sacramento native and a longtime San Francisco
resident, and shares his wide array of interests via his
Instagram accounts, @Boozehoundcc
Kelsey Brown is a freelance writer and a student at CSU Long Beach. Brown was the news editor and a journalist for Sacramento City College’s online newspaper, The Express.
Rahul Lal is a freelance photographer and student at Sacramento State. He’s been a part of The State Hornet, the student-run media organization, and has done sports photography work for the city of Elk Grove’s newspaper The Elk Grove Citizen.
Diana Martinez, a Realtor with Keller Williams, has been selling real estate since 2007. She started her career in new home sales with JMC Homes, then switched to residential resales in 2010. She focuses on the Elk Grove and Sacramento areas.
Ed Goldman’s thrice-weekly column, The Goldman State, began a year ago and has readers in 10 states. He wrote the Working Lunch column for Comstock’s for 15 years and the Sacramentions column for Sacramento Magazine for 10 years. He also wrote a daily column for eight years for the Sacramento Business Journal, which has published three of his five books, and was a correspondent for the Los Angeles Times for 10 years.