Mohamed Salih has been conducting a series of interviews with those considered ‘thought leaders.’ WikiTribune is looking to interview more people whose ideas and opinions are influencing the internet and technology.
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1. Suggest new leaders to interview
- Ajit Pai
- Bruce Schneier
- Tarana Burke – founder of #MeToo
- Jessica Livingston – co-founder of Y Combinator, a startup seed company and training program that has invested in many familiar startups including including Dropbox, Airbnb, Coinbase, Stripe, Reddit, Instacart, Twitch, DoorDash, and Weebly.
- Laura María Agustín – an anthropologist who studies undocumented migration, informal labor markets, trafficking, and the sex industry.
- Ann Rockley, the mother of content strategy, and the Toronto-based creator of the unified intelligent content strategy in use at many of the world’s biggest brands.
- Steven Bray, leader of SODEM. A “Remain” campaigner, he has been outside Parliament every day for two years, in all weather, and “flag-bombing” any TV crews he sees doing interviews. He is now a fixture of any TV interview.
- Gina Miller. Campaigned for the Brexit process to be handled legally, and has received death threats as a result. (Done — see ‘The more people send me hate …’)
- Luciano Floridi – is currently Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information and Director of the Digital Ethics Lab, at the University of Oxford. He is also Adjunct Professor (“Distinguished Scholar in Residence”), Department of Economics, American University, Washington D.C.
- Jack Dorsey – Twitter co-founder
- Evan Williams- CEO of Medium.
- Steve Huffman- CEO of Reddit.