Our Staff

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Monika Bauerlein became Mother Jones’ chief executive officer in 2015 after serving as co-editor (with Clara Jeffery) for nine years. Under her tenure, Mother Jones has grown its audience twentyfold, doubled the size of its staff, established bureaus in Washington and New York, won multiple awards, and launched a campaign to establish a new media business model centered on reader support for investigative and in-depth reporting.

Clara Jeffery is the editor-in-chief of Mother Jones, which was named Magazine of the Year by the American Society of Magazine Editors in February 2017. During her tenure, Mother Jones has won other National Magazine Awards, including for general excellence, reporting, and video; redesigned its magazine and website; established bureaus in Washington and New York; and become a social media powerhouse. Clara has edited stories that have been included in pretty much every “Best American” anthology. Along the way, she has also won a PEN award for editing, become a mom, and forgotten what it’s like to sleep. It probably doesn’t help she’s on Twitter so much: @clarajeffery.

Madeleine Buckingham is Mother Jones’ chief financial officer. Previously, she was president and CEO, and she served as chief operating officer prior to that. She has spent more than 20 years in senior finance and management positions in the publishing and tech industries, working for a range of publishing companies and internet startups, including Sony Corp’s internet incubator and International Data Group.

Jahna Berry is Mother Jones’ chief operating officer, based in San Francisco. Before joining Mother Jones, Jahna was head of content operations at Wired, where she played a key role in developing strategies that increased digital subscriptions, and opened Wired’s first permanent retail store. Earlier in her career, Jahna was Mother Jones’ director of product and managed the publication’s award-winning 2016 digital redesign. The project helped Mother Jones win the Magazine of the Year award from the American Society of Magazine Editors in 2017. Jahna has been a writer and editor at several publications, including the San Francisco Business Times, the Arizona Republic, the Contra Costa Times (now called the East Bay Times), and the San Francisco Recorder. Follow her @jahnaberry.

Ari Berman is national voting rights correspondent at Mother Jones, covering voting rights, and a reporting fellow at Type Media Center. He’s the author of Give Us the Ballot: The Modern Struggle for Voting Rights in America and Herding Donkeys: The Fight to Rebuild the Democratic Party and Reshape American Politics. He won a 2017 Izzy Award for outstanding achievement in independent media. Follow him on Twitter @ariberman.

Daniel Borges is a web developer at Mother Jones. He is based out of Mississippi and enjoys electronic music production.

Ben Breedlove is a web developer at Mother Jones. He is based in Indiana and has strong opinions about apples and tacos. Follow him on Twitter @bdbreedlove.

Ali Breland is a reporter at Mother Jones covering internet disinformation. His writing on technology, race, politics, and other topics has appeared in the Guardian and Vice and on NPR’s and CNN’s websites. Follow him on Twitter @alibreland and email abreland@motherjones.com.

Khary Brown is Mother Jones’ vice president of media sales, overseeing sales across all platforms from our San Francisco office. Khary started with Mother Jones as a publishing intern back in 2004. He has helped transition Mother Jones’ advertising offerings, which were once predominantly print-focused, to a roster driven by digital offerings like MoJo’s website, email lists, and podcasts, along with our award-winning magazine.

Kiera Butler, a senior editor at Mother Jones, covers the proliferation of mis- and disinformation about health, science, and education in online spaces. She has broken stories on the QAnon influencers who used anti-vaccine narratives to recruit in Facebook moms’ groups; anti-abortion groups’ use of TikTok and Instagram to advance false narratives about health effects of birth control; and the connections and collaborations between white nationalist and anti-vaccine groups on Telegram. Kiera’s work has been featured on National Public Radio and MSNBC, and in the New York Times, among other outlets.

Teri Carhart is the director of leadership gifts, based in Mother Jones’ San Francisco office. Previously, Teri fundraised for the University of California, Berkeley, the Internews Network, Audubon California, and Earthjustice. Raising two teenagers keeps her digital-literacy learning curve trending slightly upward.

Henry Carnell (he/they) is a reporter based in Oregon and an editorial fellow covering gender, health, science, and the environment. He recently graduated from Williams College, where they focused on English and environmental studies. He has interned for 5280 Magazine, MIT Press, and Mass Trans Political Coalition. In their free time, Henry is active in mutual aid organizing, poetry, and zine-making communities.

Russ Choma is a reporter in the Washington, DC, bureau of Mother Jones who covers money in politics and influence. He previously reported for OpenSecrets.org, the Investigative Reporting Workshop, and the New Hampshire Union Leader. You can reach him at rchoma@motherjones.com.

Arianna Coghill is an assistant news and engagement writer at Mother Jones. Previously, she was a reporter for RVA Magazine and Dogwood, with bylines in the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and the Associated Press. Throughout her writing career, she’s covered police reform, racial justice, reproductive rights, and several other subjects. You can follow her on Twitter @CoghillArianna.

David Corn is Mother Jones’ Washington, DC, bureau chief. Corn, a veteran Washington reporter, has broken stories on presidents, politicians, and other Washington players. He’s written for numerous publications and is a talk-show regular. His best-selling books include Showdown and (with Michael Isikoff) Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War.

Isabela Dias is a reporter at Mother Jones. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Slate, the Nation, Pacific Standard, Texas Observer, and elsewhere. She has a master’s degree from Columbia University’s School of Journalism. Reach her at idias@motherjones.com or on Twitter @isabelaalhadeff.

Dylan DiSalvio is Mother Jones’ technologist, and he lives and works in Portland. Dylan spends most of his time at Mother Jones setting up online website advertising and sending sponsored email messages. In his free time he plays electric and acoustic guitar in blues and country rock bands and has toured nationally with several groups. His favorite color is green, he occasionally enjoys cooking his eggs inside his bread, and he thinks life is too short for all this trouble.

Angela Earlye is Mother Jones’ business manager in San Francisco. An East Bay native, she graduated with a BA in communications from Cal State East Bay. Before joining MoJo, she worked as a purchaser for a local ship chandler and has years of experience in accounting offices. Her hobbies are reading, genealogy, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. You can reach her at aearlye@motherjones.com.

Beth Eisenstaedt is the deputy director of development and is based in the New York office. Before joining Mother Jones, Beth was a key fundraiser for several international NGOs dedicated to alleviating poverty in developing countries and protecting our environmental resources. She also managed exhibitions for a number of New York–based arts organizations.

nia t. evans (she/her) is a journalist based in New York City. Her writing has appeared in Dissent, Teen Vogue, Slate, Education Post, and Boston Review, among others. Previously, she was on the editorial staff at Hammer & Hope, a new magazine of Black politics and art. She was a fellow at Boston Review from 2021-2022. Her first career was as an education researcher and advocate.

Mark Follman is the national affairs editor at Mother Jones, where he leads investigative projects and edits the gamut of politics and news coverage. Since 2012, his in-depth investigations into mass shootings, child gun deaths, and the economic impact of gun violence have been honored with numerous awards. His reporting and commentary have also been featured in the New York Times, the Atlantic, the Los Angeles Times, and USA Today and on NPR. Follow him on Twitter @markfollman.

Dan Friedman is a senior reporter at Mother Jones’ DC bureau. Dan previously reported for the New York Daily News, National Journal, and other publications. He is from Brookline, Massachusetts. Email him at dfriedman@motherjones.com or follow him on Twitter @dfriedman33.

Ian Gordon is Mother Jones’ editorial director for teams and coverage. In addition to working closely with reporters and editors to help surface ideas across beats, he also edits stories of all shapes and sizes for web and print. His reporting from Cuba, Guatemala, Venezuela, and elsewhere has appeared in ESPN the Magazine, Wired, and Slate, among others. Follow him on Twitter @id_gordon, and reach him at igordon@motherjones.com.

Emily Harris is Mother Jones’ director of finance. In addition to assisting the CFO with companywide financials, she manages IT and facilities. She joined the staff in 2018 after working in accounting in a variety of industries, including advertising and politics. Emily is an alumna of Mills College in Oakland, CA.

Garrison Hayes produces innovative short documentaries to his 270,000+ follower community, especially on TikTok, where he explores the hidden or forgotten corners of Black history, faith and politics, and his love of books. He was selected as a member of the Inaugural Class of Snap Inc.’s Black Creator Accelerator, and is currently Mother Jones’ creator in residence. He lives in Nashville.

Sophie Hayssen is an editorial fellow at Mother Jones. Her work has appeared in in Teen Vogue, Input Magazine, the New Republic, and Bitch Media. You can find more of her work at SophieHayssen.com.

Clint Hendler is a senior editor at Mother Jones. Before rejoining Mother Jones in 2012, Clint was deputy editor of the Columbia Journalism Review, where he covered media law, government transparency, and the political press. (His first stint at MoJo was as an intern and fellow, just out of college.) His writing has been published by the New York Times, the Independent, AlterNet, the Nation, and CNN. He lives in Pittsburgh and swims in its three rivers.

Katie Herchenroeder is a Ben Bagdikian editorial fellow and a Brooklyn-based reporter. Katie got her master’s in international reporting at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism. She’s interned at MSNBC and Vice and freelanced at the New York Daily News. Katie was most recently at the New Republic as a reporter-researcher. Tip her at kherchenroeder@motherjones.com or @Katie_Jea on Twitter. Katie focuses on gender, inequity, and diaspora.

Brian Hiatt is the marketing and membership director, based out of the San Francisco office. He leads Mother Jones’ efforts to earn the support—donations and magazine subscriptions—of online readers. Brian served a brief stint as a fisheries biologist after college before deciding he wanted to swim upstream alongside people, not salmonids. He became an organizer when he saw the internet’s rise lead to new ways nonprofits could engage their supporters (even before Facebook and Twitter!), and he consulted on digital strategy with leading nonprofits for nearly a decade before joining MoJo.

Michael Johnson is a senior designer for Mother Jones. The Texas native previously worked at the Washington Post, Gannett, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, and the Herald-Journal in South Carolina. Reach him at mjohnson@motherjones.com.

Marla Jones-Newman, vice president of people and culture, joined Mother Jones in January 2022 and brings a wealth of experience in shaping high-performing cultures, implementing robust professional development programs, and employing best human capital practices to attract and retain talent. Marla is committed to supporting, growing, and advocating for our vital workforce. She is an alumnus of the Maynard 200 Executive Leaders track. Marla can be reached at mjones-newman@motherjones.com.

Miguel Jose is Mother Jones’ information technology manager. He brings over eight years of experience in the IT and tech world and has worked for a wide range of tech companies ranging from small startups to major Silicon Valley enterprises. Miguel is also a passionate pilot who loves flying general aviation planes.

Young Kim is Mother Jones’ internal systems developer. Young’s manifold Mother Jones responsibilities include translating print content and special projects to the web. His hobbies include 3-D artwork and bad poetry.

Daniel King is Mother Jones’ standards and copy editor. He was previously the copy chief at Gizmodo Media Group and Fusion, and he has edited at the Village Voice, BuzzFeed NewsJazzTimes, and the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. His writing has also appeared in the New Yorker. Reach him at dking@motherjones.com and @danielkingtime.

Jamilah King is an editorial director at Mother Jones. Previously, she was managing editor at BuzzFeed News, where she worked across business and editorial teams to build a revenue infrastructure. Before that, Jamilah was the race and justice reporter at Mother Jones and host of the Mother Jones Podcast, where her work was nominated for and won some very cool awards. A proud San Francisco native, Jamilah now spends most of her time in Brooklyn, where the rent is still high but the dog parks are quite nice.

Noah Lanard is a reporter in Mother Jones’ Washington, DC, bureau. Before joining Mother Jones, he was an editorial fellow at Washingtonian magazine. While living in Mexico City, his work appeared in the Guardian, Fusion, and Vice. Reach him at nlanard@motherjones.com.

Susanne Larsen is the development researcher for Mother Jones, splitting her time between the San Francisco office and the Oregon Coast. When she’s not working with the MoJo development team, she’s mostly hanging out with dogs. She previously worked with the Santa Fe Opera, George Washington University, and Willamette University. She can be reached at slarsen@motherjones.com.

Janelle Ledo is the HR coordinator at Mother Jones, helping onboard and offboard employees, answering questions on benefits, assisting the VP of people and culture, and ensuring that all our staff have the best work experience possible. Previously she was an HR administrator at URBN (Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie Group, Free People and Nuuly). Janelle and her partner Shelby live on the San Francisco peninsula and dote on their two cats, Stevie and Selkie.

Hannah Levintova is the special projects editor at Mother Jones. She reports on business, corporate accountability, debt, and financial inequality, and also leads the newsroom in building collaborative packages and investigations on these topics. She holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, where she was also a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Business Journalism. Previously, she was a reporter in Mother Jones’ Washington, DC bureau covering politics and financial policy, and before that worked on the news desk at NPR, at the Washington Monthly, and for a stint as a FOIA officer at a federal agency. You can reach her at hlevintova@motherjones.com and follow her on Twitter @H_Lev.

Pema Levy is a reporter in Mother Jones’ Washington, DC, bureau. She writes about national politics, including stories about voting rights and civil rights. Before joining Mother Jones, she was the Washington correspondent for Newsweek. Got a tip? Reach her at plevy@motherjones.com and follow her on Twitter @pemalevy.

Nina Liss-Schultz is Mother Jones’ senior managing editor. She edits and reports on reproductive health, gender, and sexuality issues from San Francisco. Her work has appeared in Think Progress, Bitch magazine, and elsewhere. You can reach her on Twitter @NinaLisss or by email at nliss-schultz@motherjones.com.

Julia Lurie is a senior reporter at Mother Jones who writes about child welfare, criminal justice, and addiction. She is a two-time finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists and was a 2022 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. Her work has been featured in the Atlantic, the Washington Post, and Newsweek, and on NPR. You can reach her at jlurie@motherjones.com.

Jamie Maloney is the senior marketing and media sales manager for Mother Jones in Los Angeles. She is a graduate of Smith College, and before joining MoJo she worked in nonprofit capacity building and marketing. She has a passion for companies that want to make a difference and a love for thoughtful reporting.

Julianne McShane is Mother Jones’ news and engagement writer, focusing on daily news coverage and stories at the intersection of gender and inequity. Previously, she was a breaking news reporter for NBC News Digital. She has also reported for the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Guardian. Follow her on X @JulianneMcShane and reach her via email at jmcshane@motherjones.com.

Michael Mechanic is a senior editor at Mother Jones and author of Jackpot: How the Super-Rich Really Live—and How Their Wealth Harms Us All (April 2021, Simon & Schuster). Prior to MoJo, he was longtime managing editor for the weekly East Bay Express and a reporter and editor for other alt-weeklies and magazines, including the late Industry Standard. His writing has also appeared in the Atlantic, the Los Angeles Times, and Wired. He lives in Oakland with his wife and kids, a cat, a hedgehog, and too many musical instruments to master.

Chére Menard works in the San Francisco office as Mother Jones’ financial analyst. She earned a psychology degree from California State University, Stanislaus, and has had varied work experience from metal fabrication to food safety. She is an animal lover and an enthusiast of the outdoors, and she enjoys travel, food, and all forms of art, music, and culture.

Stephanie Mencimer is a senior reporter in Mother Jones’ Washington bureau. A Utah native and graduate of a crappy public university not worth mentioning, she has spent several years hanging out with angry white people who occasionally don tricorne hats and come to lunch meetings heavily armed.

Julia Métraux (she/her) is a Ben Bagdikian Fellow and recent graduate of UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. She is passionate about reporting on the lived experiences of disabled people and others who live with chronic health conditions, including some solutions to inequities. You can follow her on Twitter at @metraux_julia and send her emails at jmetraux@motherjones.com.

Samantha Michaels is a senior reporter at Mother Jones who writes about the criminal justice system. Before coming to San Francisco, she worked as a journalist in Burma and Indonesia. Her writing has been published by the Atlantic, Global Post, and Outside, among others. Got a tip? Reach her at smichaels@motherjones.com, and follow her on Twitter @sjmichaels.

Liliana Miramontes is Mother Jones’ communications and impact coordinator and is based in the Los Angeles area.

Daniel Moattar edits and writes for Mother Jones on money, work, justice, policing, and movement politics. He used to be MoJo’s research editor, managing its fellowships and heading research teams. He has reported for the Guardian, the American Prospect, Vice, and other outlets, and published reviews and essays in Guernica, the Baffler, and the Nation. Contact him at or on Twitter.

Jackie Flynn Mogensen is a reporter at Mother Jones’ New York City office. Before coming to Mother Jones, she earned a master’s degree in environmental communication from Stanford University and interned at the San Francisco Chronicle, where she focused on cannabis-related reporting and social media. You can reach Jackie at jmogensen@motherjones.com and follow her on Twitter @jackiefmogensen.

Emily Cozart Mohammed is Mother Jones’ vice president of development. Before joining Mother Jones she worked at The Guardian, Vote Solar, and Mother Jones in various fundraising roles, honing her ability to align philanthropic priorities with newsroom ambitions. A recovering lawyer, Emily lives in NYC and enjoys getting her family out of the city for some fresh air and outdoor adventures whenever possible. Reach her at ecozartmohammed@motherjones.com.

Grace Molteni is Mother Jones’ senior designer. Previously, she designed and illustrated at various marketing and advertising firms in Chicago for what felt like every brand under the sun. Follow her on Instagram for general musings and many #latergrams from her time living in Japan.

Ruth Murai is the research editor at Mother Jones. She previously worked at Jane Doe Films, where she was an associate producer on Allen v. Farrow and On the Record. Email her at rmurai@motherjones.com and follow her on Twitter @ruthcmurai.

Sophie Murguia is the deputy managing editor at Mother Jones. Previously, she was the culture editor at Outside magazine and the research editor at Pacific Standard. Send her pitches and tips at smurguia@motherjones.com or find her on Twitter @sophiemurguia.

Tim Murphy is a senior reporter in Mother Jones’ New York office. He has covered freight-hopping, coal barons, and sinkholes for the magazine, but his work focuses on national politics. Email him with tips and insights at tmurphy@motherjones.com, or follow him on Twitter @timothypmurphy.

Mark Murrmann is Mother Jones’ photo director. Mark came to Mother Jones in 2007 with a background as a freelance editorial and documentary photographer. He studied photography at the University of California, Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism and then in London as a student winner of the Alexia Foundation Photography Grant.

Maddie Oatman is a senior editor and writer at Mother Jones, based in the San Francisco office. She edits features and runs the magazine’s culture and food sections. Her writing has also appeared in Outside, the Rumpus, the San Francisco Chronicle, and The Best American Science and Nature Writing, among others. You can reach her at moatman@motherjones.com.

Inae Oh is the senior news and engagement editor at Mother Jones, where she focuses on breaking news, political blogging, and social media coverage. Prior to Mother Jones, she was the New York editor at Huffington Post. You can reach her at ioh@motherjones.com.

Brenden O’Hanlon is Mother Jones’ director of sales, eastern region. He joined Mother Jones in 2010 and works out of New York City. When he’s not helping out clients with their digital and print ad campaigns, he’s usually trying to find time to ski or surf.

Madison Pauly is a reporter in Mother Jones’ San Francisco office, covering sexual violence, criminal justice, and gender. Follow her @msjpauly on Twitter or email her at mpauly@motherjones.com.

Rob Pjetri is Mother Jones’ revenue operations manager. He most recently worked at Amazon, focusing on display advertising and marketing, and he’s deeply curious about how media shapes our lives and culture. Born and raised in New York, Rob is an incessant learner and a documentary geek. He loves diving into a wide variety of topics and will always pluck a guitar in his free time.

Michelle Reyes is the controller at Mother Jones and is based in San Francisco. Prior to guiding the accounting team, she worked at the for-profit tech media corporation International Data Group. As an almost native San Franciscan, Michelle enjoys exploring the wide variety of activities offered in the Bay Area, including hiking, listening to music, finding good eats, and planning bigger trips. You can reach her at mreyes@motherjones.com.

Cathy Rodgers is Mother Jones’ business operations specialist. Cathy joined Mother Jones in 2006 and has worked in several departments. In 2015, she moved to ad operations. She is the mother of two sons and attended Alameda and Laney College with a concentration in business financial accounting. She lives in Hercules, California.

Jacob Rosenberg is an associate editor at Mother Jones. Previously, he was an associate editor at the Arkansas Times, an alt-weekly in Little Rock. He’s written for the Oxford American, the Guardian, and Aquarium Drunkard, among others. You can reach him at jrosenberg@motherjones.com.

Lisa Schachter is the advancement officer for Mother Jones. She honed her skills within various nonprofit organizations in the Pacific Northwest, including Seattle Repertory Theatre and the University of Washington, as well as a New York-based nonfiction residency program.

Daniel Schulman is Mother Jones’ deputy Washington, DC, bureau chief. He is the New York Times bestselling author of Sons of Wichita (Grand Central Publishing), a biography of the Koch brothers. His new book, to be published by Knopf, chronicles the lives and legacies of a group of turn-of-the-century Wall Street titans who influenced the course of history and the rise of modern finance. Reach him at dschulman@motherjones.com or follow him on Twitter @danielschulman.

Jeremy Schulman is Mother Jones’ senior news editor. He is based in Washington, DC, and he previously oversaw Climate Desk, a collaboration of outlets covering climate change. His work has appeared in Slate, Wired, Newsweek, High Country News, and the New Republic. Reach him at jschulman@motherjones.com or on Twitter @jeremyschulman.

Dru Sefton is the office manager for all Mother Jones’ bureaus, based in San Francisco. She has a long reporting career in daily newsrooms, including the Kansas City Star, where she scored the first interview with President Clinton’s personal secretary Betty Currie, and USA Today, where she uncovered nationwide thefts of Baby Jesus statues from nativity scenes. Most recently she reported on public TV for Current, the national trade publication for public broadcasting.

Sydney Sims is Mother Jones’ development associate, based in the San Francisco office. Before joining MoJo, she studied human-environment interactions and ecology at Dartmouth College as an environmental studies major, and interned for the Public Interest Network graphics team. She can be reached at ssims@motherjones.com.

Marianne Szegedy-Maszak is the Washington editorial operations director in the Washington, DC, bureau of Mother Jones. She has written for the New York Times Magazine, the New York Times, the Washington Post, Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, the Los Angeles Times, Psychology Today, and Newsweek, among others. Formerly, she was a senior writer covering science and health at US News and World Report, a reporter for the New York Post, and an editor at Congressional Quarterly. She was also a professor of journalism at American University. She is on the board of the Center for Public Integrity and is the author of I Kiss Your Hands Many Times: Hearts, Souls, and Wars in Hungary. Reach her at mszegedy@motherjones.com.

Yuki Tessitore-Vu is Mother Jones’ production manager. She was a founding member and publisher of Hyphen magazine, where she turned her love of investigative journalism into shining a spotlight on the complex and multifaceted world of Asian Americans. The New Orleans native previously worked at Mother Jones from 2001 until 2009. She can be reached at ytessitore-vu@motherjones.com.

Sam Van Pykeren is the digital producer at Mother Jones. He’s the one you might see making the silly little jokes on TikTok and Instagram—and our other award-winning video content.

Abby Vesoulis is a reporter in Mother Jones’ Washington bureau covering national politics. Before joining Mother Jones, she was a staff writer at TIME Magazine, where she reported on Congress and economic policy. As an Ohio-expat, Abby loves Ohio State football and Cincinnati-style chili. As a journalist, she loves writing about how the political decisions made in stuffy Senate basement hallways and beleaguered bureaucratic agencies affect you. Send her tips at avesoulis@motherjones.com and find her on Twitter @abbyvesoulis.

Adam Vieyra is the creative director at Mother Jones. He previously worked at San Diego CityBeat and The San Diego Union-Tribune. Adam’s work has been recognized by the Society for News Design (SND), the Society of Publication Designers (SPD), and AIGA. He lives in Oakland with his family. Reach him at avieyra@motherjones.com.

Nina Wang is a Ben Bagdikian editorial fellow and writer currently living in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining Mother Jones, she worked on investigations into surveillance by immigration and law enforcement. You can reach her by email at nwang@motherjones.com or follow her on Twitter @NinaLWang.

James West is Mother Jones’ deputy editor in New York. Check out his six-part video series for our National Magazine Award–winning private prison exposé (and don’t miss the bit where he gets arrested). Find him on Twitter and Instagram.

Sean Wherley is Mother Jones’ director of communications and impact, based in Los Angeles. He is responsible for raising the visibility and influence of Mother Jones’ insightful stories and extraordinary reporters through outside media coverage, speaking appearances, events and awards, and outreach to elected officials and organizations. Before joining MoJo, Sean worked for a public relations firm; labor union; nonprofit organizations focused on affordable housing, LGBTQ rights, and the environment; and a US senator, a US representative, and a California state senator. You can reach Sean at swherley@motherjones.com or on Twitter @SeanWherley.

Emily White is Mother Jones’ membership coordinator and customer service extraordinaire. You got a problem? Emily will help solve it. She spends most of her time assisting our amazing subscribers and donors with whatever requests they have. Though this is her first job in media, she has been working in customer service for 10-plus years. Based in beautiful Portland, Oregon, she likes to explore the outdoors (the mountains, the coast, and everything in between) and enjoys painting, reading, and seeing live music during her downtime.

Robert Wise is the online technology director, working from Mother Jones’ San Francisco office. Robert has been with Mother Jones since the web was a much, much simpler place. Outside the office, Robert is an active volunteer in college radio and a fan of live music. Reach him at rwise@motherjones.com.

Lynnea Wool is the senior staff accountant at Mother Jones and is in San Francisco. Prior to crunching numbers for the magazine, she worked at various accounting firms in the Bay Area. In her spare time she enjoys discovering new restaurants, taking scenic motorcycle rides, and most of all spending time with friends and family.

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