Gregory Crowley, Coro Center for Civic Leadership
is director of research at the Coro Center for Civic Leadership in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he develops and evaluates experience-based learning programs in public affairs. He has held research and visiting positions at Oberlin College and the University of Pittsburgh. He is the author of The Politics of Place: Contentious Urban Redevelopment in Pittsburgh (2005) as well as numerous articles and reports on urban politics and civic engagement.
Robert Cavalier, Carnegie Mellon University
Dr. Cavalier is a member of Carnegie Mellon
University's Department of Philosophy and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Applied
Ethics and Political Philosophy.
His current research interests include the theory and practice of Deliberative Democracy, with a
particular focus on deliberative polling and online tools to support citizen deliberation.
Barry Balmat, RAND Corp.
Gregg Behr, The Grable Foundation
Catherine DeLoughry, Allegheny Conference on Community Development
Jim Fishkin, Stanford Center for Deliberative Democracy
Joseph Kirk, Mon Valley Progress Council
Allyson Lowe, Chatham College's Pennsylvania Women in Politics and Public Policy
Tracy McCants-Lewis, The Urban League Young Professionals
Evelyn Murrin, League of Women Voters
Kathy Risko, Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Program (PUMP)
Dan Simpson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Liz Style, Manager, Ex-Officio
Karlyn Voss, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh