The former managing editor and director of digital products at The Chronicle of Higher Education, Scott has nearly twenty years of experience covering higher education and leading award-winning journalism. He’s led teams of developers and worked closely with sales staff to shape new products. He started his career as a local government reporter in South Carolina and New Mexico.
A former assistant managing editor at The Chronicle of Higher Education, Sara has more than two decades of experience as a newsroom leader and higher-education journalist. She’s steered accountability and enterprise journalism, set coverage agendas, and helped create reporting workshops for college journalists. Her first jobs were covering public policy in Congress and the states.
First-generation college students.
Zipporah, a senior at Northeastern University, has written for Chalkbeat, the Boston Globe, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. She now writes First Gen, a newsletter about the highs and lows of the first-generation college student experience. Subscribe here.
Leadership, college finances, admissions.
An author, speaker, and special advisor at Arizona State University, Jeff is working on a forthcoming book from Scribner — Who Gets In and Why: A Year Inside College Admissions. Jeff writes a newsletter, Next, about what’s ahead for higher education. Subscribe here.
Andrea is a sophomore at the University of Southern California. She has worked as a news editor at The Daily Trojan and previously was a news intern at The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Deborah Bial, president and founder of the Posse Foundation.
Maria Harper-Marinick, chancellor of Maricopa Community Colleges in Arizona.
Caroline Hendrie, executive director of the Education Writers Association.
Amy Kovac-Ashley, director of newsroom learning at the American Press Institute.
James Kvaal, president of the Institute for College Access & Success and former deputy domestic policy advisor at the White House.
Sabrina Manville, co-founder of Edmit.
Eduardo Padrón, retiring president of Miami Dade College.
Mark Yudof, former leader of several public-university systems, including the University of California, the University of Texas, and the University of Minnesota.