Veteran journalist George Leopold has been covering the nexus between technology and public policy from Washington for more than three decades. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the New Scientist and other publications. He is the author of Calculated Risk: The Supersonic Life and Times of Gus Grissom (2016, Purdue University Press).
Jenn Baljko, a journalist and editor for nearly 30 years, has followed global business, technology and supply chain trends since 1997. She also leads mindful writing workshops; mentors aspiring writers in memoir, personal essay and non-fiction storytelling, and guides mindfulness meditation and creativity classes. You can read more about her multi-hyphenated life at jenniferbaljko.com and alwaysonmyway.com.
David Benjamin, an author, essayist and veteran journalist, has been examining the human element in high technology for more than 20 years. His novels and non-fiction books, published by Last Kid Books, have won more than a dozen literary awards. Most recently, his coming-of-age novel, They Shot Kennedy, had won the 2021 Midwest Book award in the category of literary/contemporary/historical fiction.
Peter Clarke is a veteran reporter and analyst covering the global electronics industry. He started his journalistic career in 1984 at a U.K. monthly electronics magazine. He became European correspondent for the U.S.-based EE Times in 1994 and was launch editor-in-chief of EE Times Europe in 2006. Clarke’s areas of expertise include semiconductor design and the manufacturing as well as the emerging technologies and business issues that drive startup companies. He has led research for the “Silicon 60” list of emerging startups since its first publication by EE Times in April 2004. He is a regular contributor to eeNews Europe and EE Times, among other titles.
Tech writer Rebecca Day is senior editor at Consumer Electronics Daily. For over 30 years, she has covered consumer tech, including audio/video, custom residential technology, smart home and personal electronics. Her articles have appeared in EE Times, Rolling Stone, The Robb Report, Popular Mechanics, Residential Tech Today and other publications.
Adele Hars has worked in and around tech since the mid-1980s. She recently finished a 15-year run as editor-in-chief of SOI News. Prior to that, she was a contributing editor for over a dozen tech and trade publications, including Semiconductor International, Design News, Computer Graphics World, EE Times, Automotive Industries, and Byte. An American and Vassar College graduate, she’s lived in France for the better part of 30 years.
Girish Mhatre is the former editor-in-chief and publisher of EE Times.
Fred Ohwahwa, manager partner at communications and manufacturing consultancy Tokee Consult Nigeria Ltd., is a veteran political analyst, journalist, and editor with extensive experience in the African media world. A keen observer and commentatoron global politics as well as business, economics, and technology developments on the continent, he contributes regularly to leading publications in Africa and elsewhere. He also held management positions with the Public Affairs and Corporate Communications Division of Total E&P Nigeria Ltd., the Nigerian exploration and production affiliate of Total SA.
Ron Wilson brings the experiences of a varied career — ranging from design engineering to marketing management, technology reporting to publishing and content strategy, and small-scale integration to EUV lithography — to the problem of understanding and interpreting today’s chaotic technology scene. When it is easy for startups to claim the nearly impossible, shifts in political currents can totally alter funding sources and markets, and supply chains have become the question rather than the answer, Wilson’s broad perspective can uncover those cases when the intuitively reasonable turns out to be the not-so-likely.