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Isaiah J. Poole has been the editor of OurFuture.org since 2007 and also directs the Campaign for America's Future's online communications. Previously he had worked for 25 years in mainstream media, most recently at Congressional Quarterly, where he covered congressional leadership and tracked major bills through Congress. He also served as a founding member of the Washington Association of Black Journalists and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.

 

Richard Eskow was born in a little country shack. I was so ragged the folks used to call me "Patches." I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die.  Some people call me the Space Cowboy, some call me the Gangster of Love. They tried to make me go to rehab, I said No, No, No.

 

Terrance Heath is part of the writing team at OurFuture.Org. Prior to his current position he worked as a Blogging and Social Media Consultant, and as an advocate and activist on LGBT equality and HIV/AIDS issues. He started his own blog, the Republic of T, in October 2003. Terrance lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with his husband and their two sons. 

Elizabeth Rose creates and implements communications strategy for public groups including: the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Consumers Union, the Save Darfur Coalition and NARAL Pro-Choice America.

Liz is the former Director of Public Affairs of the Federal Communications Commission.  Previously Liz served as a Public Affairs officer at the Labor Department.  Liz was also the Media Relations Director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum when it opened in 1993, and before that she served as a press secretary on Capitol Hill for Senator John D. Rockefeller, IV (D-WV) and Rep. Thomas J. Downey (D-NY).  

 

 

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