Gayle Smith is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. Previously, she was a special assistant to President Clinton, and held senior posts at the National Security Council and the U.S. Agency for International Development, and in 2005 directed the Global Poverty track of Clinton's Global Initiative. Smith was based in Africa for almost 20 years as a journalist.
Rosa A. Smith, formerly superintendent of the Beloit, Wisconsin, and Columbus, Ohio, public-school districts, is president of The Caroline and Sigmund Schott Foundation and The Schott Center for Public and Early Education.
Frank Smyth is a freelance journalist who has written on Iraq for The Economist, Jane's Intelligence Review, and The Washington Post. In 1998 and 1999, he debated U.S.-Iraqi policy at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Lindsay Sobel came to the American Prospect in January
of 2000 as the first editor of the newly-launched American
Prospect Online. Before joining the Prospect, she
worked for Slate magazine and covered Congress for The Hill newspaper. Sobel earned her B.A. from the
University of Michigan and a master's degree in public policy from
Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Sobel grew up in Los Angeles and now lives in Cambridge, MA with
her husband Terry Klein.
Paul Sonn is legal co-director of the National Employment Law Project (NELP). Previously, he co-directed the Economic Justice Project at New York University’s Brennan Center for Justice, which merged with NELP in 2008. For more than ten years he has worked on new policies for promoting living wage jobs.