Natalie Strobach, Founder
Julie Lirot, Editor in Chief
Devin Green, Senior Editor
Devin is an undergraduate student transferring to Johns Hopkins University in Fall 2020. His research has been critical of the use of domestic surveillance and the shallow political rhetoric used to justify it. He is a member of the Macksey Journal Editorial Board, and also works to develop the Johns Hopkins Humanities Collaboratory. Devin hopes to double major in Political Science and Philosophy at Hopkins, with the goal of eventually pursuing a Ph.D.
Janelle Green, Senior Editor
Janelle Green is a senior at Claflin University double majoring in African American Studies and Philosophy. She is the recipient of the ESU Luard Morse Scholarship which allowed her to attend Oxford University in Spring 2020 as a visiting student at Hertford College. Her research interests include intersectional educational inequality, prison reform, and the various creative outlets which black women use to document and express their trauma within both systems.
Mohammed Khalid, Senior Editor
Mohammed Khalid is a Constellation+Cyber+Honors+i3+McNair Scholar in Information Systems at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is also a Mellon Fellow at the Johns Hopkins University. His academic and research interests include understanding the use of the internet to spread extremist content and developing appropriate mitigation strategies. In addition to working with local actors and governments, Mohammed has served in numerous leadership roles -- such as an advocate for textbook affordability as an OpenStax intern, an SGA member, and a student ambassador for the Community College of Baltimore County. His anecdotes and experiences are shared at his blog: https://www.mohammedkhalid.com.
Colt Crain, Junior Editor
Colt Crain is a BS student majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology, along with a minor in French Studies at Johns Hopkins University. His research passion lies in unraveling and solving the mysteries inside our cells. Currently, Colt is researching the roles of specific proteins in the process of muscle regeneration and the musculoskeletal stem cell niche. He works in the Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly & Creative Activity as the Student Office Manager, and also works on the Macksey Symposium and Macksey Journal Implementation teams.