7. Advisors and Supporters



The project embraces a diverse and growing group of experts who share an interest in improving social and political communication within the United States. Among our advisors and supporters:


Andrew Rasiej [homepage]

Founder, MOUSE , Founder, Personal Democracy Forum

Weilin Wu [bio]

Information Architect for The New York Times, IBM and the Bank of New York. M.F.A., Yale

Dan O'Sullivan [homepage]

Associate Professor, ITP NYU Tisch School of the Arts. B.S., Northwestern; M.P.S., NYU/ITP

Philip Johnson-Laird [homepage]

Stuart Professor of Psychology, Princeton University. Ph.D., University College London

Judith Donath [homepage]

Director, Sociable Media Group/MIT Media Lab. B.A., Yale; Ph.D., MIT

Steven H. Jaffe [bio]

Historian; B.A., Princeton; Ph.D., Harvard

Tony Karon [homepage]

Columnist, TIME.com.

Alan Oxman [homepage]

Producer, "Control Room"; Editor "Welcome To The Dollhouse," "Unzipped"; M.F.A., American Film Institute

Douglas Schuler [bio]

Program Director, Public Sphere Project, Liberating Voices! Pattern Language Project, Author, "Wired For Change," faculty, Evergreen State College, Olympia WA.



project staff and contact information


invitation to support the project