Olivia Koski has a degree in physics and a Master of Journalism from NYU and is currently Operations Director of Guerilla Science. As a senior producer at The Atavist Magazine, she produced 30 interactive journalism stories, and her work was nominated for five National Magazine Awards and one Emmy. She's spoken on the future of journalism, laser weapons, and immersive storytelling at panels around New York. Her writing has appeared in Wired, Popular Mechanics, Scientific American, and Harvard University's Nieman Storyboard.
Jana Grcevich, PhD, is a Kathryn W. Davis Postdoctoral Fellow at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). She received her undergraduate degrees in astronomy, physics, and mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her doctorate in astronomy at Columbia University. Her research interests include dwarf galaxies and interstellar gas, with a focus on radio observations and simulations of gas in dwarf galaxies. She teaches astronomy to future high school Earth Science teachers as a part of the Master of Arts in Teaching program at AMNH.