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- Lisa Guernsey Director of New America Foundation's Early Education Initiative, journalist, and author of Into the Minds of Babes: How Screen Time Affects Children From Birth to Age Five (Basic Books).
- Rachel Barr Director, Georgetown Early Learning Project, Georgetown University
- Ari Brown, MD Pediatrician; member of the Communications and Media Council at The American Academy of Pediatrics; and co-author of "Baby 411: Clear Answers and Smart Advice for Your Babies First Year" (Third Edition)(Windsor Peak Press)
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