Tom Paulson is founder and lead journalist at Humanosphere. Prior to operating this online news site, he reported on science, medicine, health policy, aid and development for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Contact him at tom-at-humanosphere.org, follow him on Twitter @tompaulson and/or send a comment below.
Tom Murphy is Humanosphere’s East Coast correspondent, at least until we can think of a better title. Tom is a prolific writer-blogger and editor of the aid blog A View From the Cave. His work has appeared in Foreign Policy, the Huffington Post, the Guardian, GlobalPost and Christian Science Monitor. Tom is based in Boston and tweets at @viewfromthecave. Contact him at tmurphy-at-humanosphere.org or send a comment below.
Jessica Mack is a writer, blogger and global gender consultant specializing in women’s issues, reproductive health and human rights. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, Ms. Magazine, and Foreign Policy in Focus and she was formerly a senior editor for Gender Across Borders. Currently based in Bangkok, Thailand, you can contact her at jessmack-at-gmail.com or follow Jess on Twitter at @fleetwoodjmack
Ansel Herz is a freelance multimedia journalist whose objective is to “go to where the silence is.” His work has been published by ABC News, The Nation magazine, the New York Daily News, Al Jazeera English, Free Speech Radio News, Inter-Press News and many other publications. A Seattle native and survivor of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Ansel is producer of Humanosphere’s podcast, among other things. You can contact him at ansel.herz-at-gmail.com or follow him on Twitter @Ansel.
Xiaohan Zhang is Humanosphere’s social media specialist. Formerly a fellow with Lumana Credit, Xiaohan is now working as an analyst at Consumer Media Network in Seattle. Contact him at xiaohan-at-humanosphere.org, follow him on Twitter @xiaohanzhang14, or get in touch in the comments below.
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