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- Jennifer Golbeck Associate Professor, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland; Director, Human Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland
- Chuck Thies Politics, Media, Advocacy, Communications Consultant; Former Campaign Manager, Vincent Gray for Mayor 2014
- Johannes Eichstaedt Co-Founder, World Well-Being Project; Data Scientist in Psychology; Phd. Candidate, The University of Pennsylvania
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