Tom Wheeler: Gutenberg, Google, Darwin & Beyond (Ep. 177)
Tom Wheeler and Joe Miller discuss Mr. Wheeler’s new book ‘From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our Future’ which puts tech in historical context.
Mignon Clyburn: The Social Justice Dynamics of Tech Policy (Ep. 174)
Mignon Clyburn (@mignonclyburn) is a former FCC Commissioner and President and CEO of MLC Strategies. Mignon served at the FCC from 2009-2018, with a stint as Acting FCC Chairwoman—the first FCC Chairwoman—in 2013.
Chiqui Cartagena: The Public Policy Implications of Hispanic Marketing (Ep. 164)
Chiqui Cartagena joined Joe Miller to discuss the public policy implications of Hispanic marketing amidst an increased demand for Latino data.
Sahra V. Nguyen: Public Policy as a Creative Spark (Ep 163)
Sahra Nguyen is an award-winning filmmaker, entrepreneur, and founder/CEO of Nguyen Coffee Supply.
Naeemah Clark: How to Define ‘Viewpoint Diversity’ in a Polarized America (Ep. 155)
Naeemah Clark (@NaeemahC) is an Associate Professor of Communications at Elon University. She has edited the book, “African Americans in the History of U.S. Media,” co-authored a textbook, “Diversity in U.S. Mass Media,” published work in Journalism History, American Behavioral Scientist and has presented numerous papers at various conferences.
How to Combat Misinformation (Ep. 154)
Rebekah Tromble (@RebekahKTromble) is an assistant professor in the Institute of Political Science at Leiden University in the Netherlands, where she teaches and conducts research on media and politics, digital research methods and ethics, and computational social science.
Latinos and Tech Policy — The Policy Year Ahead (Ep. 153)
Francella Ochillo (@Francella202) is the National Hispanic Media Coalition’s (NHMC) Vice President, Policy and General Counsel.
Otessa Ghadar: How to Tell Your Story (Ep. 151)
Otessa Ghadar joined Joe Miller to discuss her tips on how to tell your story, the DC independent film scene, and DC’s punk rock roots.
Courtney Cogburn: Virtual Reality to Improve Race Relations (Ep. 132)
Courtney Cogburn (@CourtneyCogburn) is an assistant professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work and a Faculty Affiliate of the Columbia Population Research Center. Her research integrates principles and methodologies across psychology, stress physiology and social epidemiology to investigate relationships between racism-related stress and racial health disparities across the life course. Her work has been supported by the National Institutes of Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Desmond Patton: Understanding Social Media and Gang Violence (Ep. 127)
Dr. Desmond Upton Patton (@SAFELab) is an assistant professor at the Columbia School of Social Work and a Faculty Affiliate of the Social Intervention Group (SIG) and the Data Science Institute. His research utilizes qualitative and computational data collection methods to examine how and why youth and gang violence, trauma, grief and identity are expressed on social media and the real world impact they have on well-being for low-income youth of color.