• Michael Walzer

    Michael Walzer is a professor of social science at the Institute
    for Advanced Study and co-editor of Dissent magazine.

  • Sam Wang

    Samuel S. Wang is associate professor of molecular biology and neuroscience at Princeton University, and co-founder of of the Princeton Election Consortium. He is also co-author, with Sandra Aamodt, of Welcome To Your Child's Brain: How The Mind Develops From Conception To College, and Welcome To Your Brain: Why You Lose Your Car Keys But Never Forget How To Drive. 

  • Tova Wang

    Tova Andrea Wang is senior democracy fellow at Demos. Her work focuses primarily on voting rights, civil rights and liberties, immigration, campaign-finance reform, and media reform.

  • Wagatwe Wanjuki

    Wagatwe Wanjuki is a writer and activist based in the New York City area. She's an organizer with Know Your IX's ED ACT NOW campaign and a contributor at Feministing. Follow her on Twitter @wagatwe

  • Jenny Warburg

    Jenny Warburg is a freelance photographer and former social worker living in Durham, North Carolina. Her photographs have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, US News and World Report, The Los Angeles Times, People, Rolling Stone, US Weekly, Mother Jones, The Washington Post, Ms.,The Guardian, and the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Report.

  • Mark Warren

    Mark R. Warren is an associate professor of education at Harvard University. He is the author of Fire in the Heart: How White Americans Embrace Racial Justice.

  • Elizabeth Warren

    Elizabeth Warren is the Leo Gottlieb Professor of Law at Harvard University.

  • Kenneth Warren

    Kenneth F. Warren is a professor of political science at Saint Louis University and president of The Warren Poll.

  • Rick Wartzman

    Rick Wartzman, director of the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University and an Irvine senior fellow at the New America Foundation, is a former editor and columnist for the Los Angeles Times.

  • Jennifer Washburn

    Jennifer Washburn is a fellow at the Open Society Institute, where she is examining the impact of privatization, and a newly appointed fellow at the New America Foundation.