As an educator, humanitarian, and micro-philanthropist, Adam Carter has traveled, taught, worked and studied in over 80 countries. He is currently a middle school social studies teacher at Schutz American School in Alexandria, Egypt.
Lulu Chen is a Photo Art Director working in retail e-commerce in New York City. Previously, Chen worked as a freelance stylist for leading fashion catalogs and magazines.
Marc Ferrentino is the Founder and CEO of New York City startup Nomi. Previously, Ferrentino worked in cloud computing technology executive roles at BMC Software and Salesforce.com.
J.T. Allen is the CEO and co-founder of myFootpath, a company that provides higher education online resources and call center services to help high school and adult learners choose academic programs in line with career goals.
Jennifer Duberstein is a business affairs executive at CAA Sports, a division of the Creative Artists Agency (CAA). Previously, Duberstein was senior legal counsel for Major League Soccer (MLS).
Conrad Doucette is a Brooklyn-based musician and a producer for the New York Post Digital Network website Decider.com.
Mark Graham is a digital media marketing executive currently leading Decider.com, a New York Post Digital Network property. Previously, Graham worked in editor and writing roles at VH1, New York Magazine and Gawker Media.
Yoav Gonen is a journalist based in New York City. He is the City Hall Bureau Chief for the New York Post daily newspaper.
Julia Green is an attorney based in New York City where she practices law as a federal public defender, providing criminal defense representation to those unable to afford a lawyer.