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Editorial Board

James Murphy spent eight years in senior leadership roles on both House and Senate congressional committees focused on homeland security policy. James received his M.S. in Cybersecurity from Johns Hopkins. He joined Homeland Security Review in September 2017.

Joseph Lawson has been covering Latin America for leading security and foreign affairs publications for over fifteen years. He has lived in Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela where he covered the effects of drug and human trafficking on U.S. foreign policy in Latin America. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University.

Steven Cunningham reports on cybersecurity, biometrics, surveillance, and detection. Steven has been covering the relationship between technology and law for the past six years. He holds a B.S. in Cognitive Science from University of Virginia and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Chicago.

Kevin Stein is a veteran intelligence analyst with over twenty years of experience advising governments, NGOs, and corporations. For Global Security News Wire, Kevin reports on military, public safety, terrorism, and governance.

Kristen Cooks covers public health, water, and climate issues. She holds a graduate journalism degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL where she resides.

Shane Duffy reports on research and technology in the water sector. Shane spent six years as head of a local public Waterworks office in South Africa, before moving to Denver, where he now consults water-tech startups.

James ‘Jim’ O’Brian covers news and analysis on the impact of aging water infrastructure on public health and the environment. James holds a Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy from Johns Hopkins University.

Marcelo Rodriguez studies open data governance and compliance across members of the Open Government Partnership. He holds an M.S. in Information Security from Brandeis University.

Elizabeth J. Mathis advises governments and the private sector on open data and open government policy. She holds a B.A. in Economics and an M.S. in Computer Science from Georgetown University.

Jake Simons is a data scientist and data policy expert for financial and insurance institutions. He helped draft some of the early works on data governance and data privacy for financial data. For Open Data News Wire, Jake covers private and public sector open data solutions.

Cindy Yen is a research associate reporting on cybersecurity education and artificial intelligence. Cindy holds an M.S. in Cybersecurity Technology from University of Maryland University College.

David Bain covers policy and law for Global Health News Wire. David holds a Juris Doctor degree from Marquette University Law School; and a Master of Public Health from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Norma Magallanes reports on innovations in public health, viruses, vaccines, and diseases. She holds a B.S. in Neurobiology and French from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an M.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Georgetown University. 

Sarah Crown has been reporting on mental health for twenty years. She began her journalism career in the U.K. covering technological advancements for the detection and treatment of mental health disorders. She now lives in Boston, Massachusetts and is working on her first book on mental health stereotypes across cultures.

Salisu Danyaro has been a technology consultant in Africa for twenty years. Salisu reports on cybersecurity, technology, governance, and infrastructure. He resides in the Greater Philadelphia Area and Kano, Nigeria.

Marcelas Graciela reports on public safety and terrorism in Latin America.


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