Kathryn Montalbano is a historian of communications at the University of Kentucky who specializes in media law, religion and media, and surveillance studies.
Joshua A. Douglas is a law professor and voting rights expert at the University of Kentucky. He wrote Vote for US: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future of Voting.
Adam M. Enders is a political science professor at the University of Louisville. He studies conspiracy beliefs, political polarization and misinformation.
Rachael Denhollander is an attorney and women’s rights activist best known for being the first woman to speak publicly about being sexually abused by the former team doctor for USA Gymnastics. She now works to end sexual abuse within a variety of settings, including religious communities. Contact Denhollander through the form on her website.
Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons is the associate director of ReThink Media’s Rights and Inclusion Collaborative. He is the author of a forthcoming book on politically liberal Christians.
Winfield Bevins directs Asbury Seminary’s Church Planting Initiative. He previously served as canon for church planting for the Anglican Diocese of the Carolinas. Arrange an interview by filling out the contact form on his website.
Benjamin Knoll is a politics professor at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. He partnered with Jana Riess on surveys of millennial members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Fred Whittaker teaches at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School in Louisville, Ky. He advocated for state-mandated Holocaust education for more than a decade before legislators followed his advice and passed a new law in 2018.
The Rev. Sara Hayden is the director of apprenticeships, residences and leadership cohorts for 1,001 New Worshiping Communities, a Presbyterian Church (USA) initiative. She also hosts the podcast New Way on religious innovation.