Debra Kaysen is a clinical psychologist and a professor with the department of psychiatry at Stanford University. Kaysen studies trauma-related disorders. Send interview requests to Lisa Kim.
Emily Smith-Greenaway is an associate professor of sociology and spatial sciences at the University of Southern California. Smith-Greenaway authored a research article called “Tracking the reach of COVID-19 kin loss with a bereavement multiplier applied to the United States.”
David Kessler is an expert on grief and loss. He is an author and wrote Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief.
Brent Beavers is the Buddhist chaplaincy program coordinator at the Institute of Buddhist Studies. He also served as a Buddhist hospital chaplain in the San Francisco Bay Area amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sharon Dolovich is director of UCLA Prison Law & Policy Program and the COVID-19 Behind Bars Data Project.
Keramet Reiter is an associate professor of criminology University of California Irvine. Reiter studies prisons, prisoner rights and the impact of prisons and policy.
Sean Feucht, a worship leader, is traveling the U.S. and hosting worship protests amid the pandemic. Contact Feucht through his website.
Bradley Christerson is a sociology professor at Biola University. He co-wrote The Rise of Network Christianity: How Independent Leaders Are Changing the Religious Landscape.
David Snyder is the executive director of the First Amendment Coalition. He comments on free speech issues.