Gregor Leckebusch is a meteorology and climatology professor at the University of Birmingham in the U.K. He is a leading expert on meteorological and climatological extreme events.
Phil Howard is director of the Oxford Internet Institute and author of the book Lie Machines: How to Save Democracy from Troll Armies, Deceitful Robots, Junk News Operations, and Political Operatives.
Karen M. Douglas is a professor of social psychology at the University of Kent. She studies beliefs in conspiracy theories.
Heidi Larson directs the Vaccine Confidence Project at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she also teaches anthropology. She previously served as head of global immunization communication for UNICEF.
Tim Hutchings is an assistant professor of religious ethics at the University of Nottingham. His dissertation was about online Christian churches and his research remains focused on digital religion.
Bishop Ric Thorpe leads the Gregory Centre for Church Multiplication and oversees the Diocese of London’s effort to plant 100 new churches between 2015 and 2020.
Hussein Kesvani is the author of Follow Me, Akhi: The Online World of British Muslims. He is also the Europe editor of MEL Magazine and writes about technology and identity.
Shelina Janmohamed is a London-based Muslim author, analyst and brand consultant. She is the author of two books, including Generation M: Young Muslims Changing the World. Use the contact form on her website to arrange an interview.
Ricardo Araya directs the Centre for Global Mental Health at King’s College London. He specializes in developing affordable treatments to mental disorders and implementing them in resource-poor countries.