Olivia Branscum graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with double majors in Philosophy and Studio Art in 2015. While at UNC, Olivia managed the university's student-run radio station for two years, and she remains active in community radio in the area.
Liz Crisenbery is a Ph.D. student in Musicology at Duke University and a Humanities Writ Large Research Assistant. She is currently the Project Manager for Project Vox. Her research focuses on reception and masculinity in Italian fascist opera during Mussolini's regime.
Nele Fritz is a Library Science student (B.A.) at TH Köln–University of Technology, Arts and Sciences, Cologne, Germany. From September 2015 to February 2016 she worked as an intern at Duke University Libraries to gain experience in academic librarianship.
Heather Woods, is a PhD candidate from UNC Chapel Hill's Department of Communication and a Digital Humanities Initiative Graduate Fellow. She is the Outreach and Assessment Coordinator for Project Vox where she develops the social media and assessment strategies.