The Board of Directors: Ann Alquist
, news director, KFAI Community Radio
, trains and supervises a large staff of volunteer radio reporter/producers, and produces a nightly half-hour news program.
, is a freelance writer, political analyst, journalism professor at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, and co-founder of FifthColumnMag.com
, chair, Twin Cities chapter, National Association of Black Journalists.Howard Kling
, director, Labor Education Service, University of Minnesota, feature filmmaker, writer and video producer. Jeremy Iggers
, Minneapolis Star Tribune, has 20 years of daily newspaper experience, writes weekly columns on restaurants and ethics, and
has created several public journalism projects. Doug McGill
, is a former New York Times reporter and Bloomberg bureau chief, and creator of the McGillReport.org
websites. Dan Nordley
, owner of Triangle Park Creative
graphic design and publishing company, and publisher of Seward Profile
and Southeast Angle
(community newspapers). Laurie Stern
, independent producer and videographer, is a partner in Hard Working Pictures
, and a documentary film director (Wellstone!) Mary Stucky
, an independent radio producer and co-founder of Round Earth Productions, has many years of experience working in local television
and public radio.
Our Board of Advisors includes:
Colleen Aho, exec. dir., Twin Cities American Federation
of Television and Radio Artists
Bob Craig, Professor of journalism, University of St. Thomas
Richard Dechert, Twin Cities Public Television
Steve Eisenmenger, Minnesota Media Reform
Gary Gilson, Director, Minnesota News Council
freelance writer and independent radio producer.
Mike Hazard, Center for International Education (school video productions.
Barb Kucera, editor, Workday Minnesota
Lu Lippold, independent video producer
Lynda McDonnell, Urban
Nora Paul: director, Institute for New Media Studies, University of Minnesota
Mary Turck, publications director, Resource Center of the Americas Mike Wassenaar
, news director, Saint Paul Neighborhood Network
(public access television).
Griff Wigley, webmaster, Northfield.org.