John Zogby, founder of the “Zogby Poll” and the Zogby companies, is an internationally respected pollster, opinion leader and best-selling author. He currently serves as Senior Analyst at JZ Analytics, a political and public opinion polling firm founded by his son, Jonathan Zogby.
For three decades, the Zogby companies have produced polls with an unparalleled record of accuracy, reliability and insight. An early pioneer in the practice of online polling, Zogby’s interactive methodology is a leader in the industry. Read more »
Marc Lautenbach leads the IBM sales and distribution operations in the United States, Canada and Latin America. He has been responsible since July 2005 for sales and support of the full range of IBM's information technology products, services and solutions, generating $40 billion in revenue. His organization works with corporations, government agencies, educational institutions and small businesses to help them achieve competitive advantage through innovative technology solutions. Read more »
As Vice President of the New America Foundation, Michael Calabrese directs the Wireless Future Program and helps to guide the Foundation's work related to retirement security and the Next Social Contract Initiative. Previously, Mr. Calabrese served as Director of Domestic Policy Programs at the Center for National Policy, as General Counsel of the Congressional Joint Economic Committee, and as pension and employee benefits counsel at the national AFL-CIO. Read more »
Mark Lloyd is vice president of strategic initiatives at the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. He is also an affiliate professor of public policy at Georgetown University. A frequent contributor to both academic and popular publications, his book Prologue to a Farce: Communication and Democracy in America was published by the University of Illinois Press in 2007. Prior to joining LCCR, Lloyd was a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, where he analyzed policy and conducted research on the relationship between communications and strong democratic communities.
Weber, a specialist in International Relations, is Professor of Political Science at UC Berkeley, an associate with the International Computer Science Institute, and affiliated faculty of the Energy and Resources Group. His areas of special interest include international and national security; the impact of technology on national systems of innovation and defense; and the political economy of knowledge-intensive industries particularly software and pharmaceuticals. Read more »
Professor of Economics, Business and Public Policy
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business
John W. Mayo is a Professor of Economics, Business and Public Policy in Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. His research interests lie in the areas of industrial organization, regulation and antitrust, and, more generally, the application of microeconomics to public policy. Read more »