Lindsay has worked as a journalist in San Diego since 2004. She has written for both print and television. The first time she went to the Newseum in Washington D.C., she knew why her love of history led her to become a journalist. Journalists are literally documenting history each day as it happens. Her job is to find the stories for reporters to tell. Lindsay has a bachelor's degree in American Studies from San Diego State University, an MBA from the University of Redlands and an M.S. in Human Computer Interaction from Iowa State University.
Jane Woo is the Director of Communications for Stories of San Diego. She is a lifelong advocate and educator. She has her Master’s in Education from University of San Diego and B.A. in Communication from UC San Diego. Jane met Lindsay during her work as a TV news reporter. Since then, they have shared their mutual passion for advancing social justice and equity among underserved communities.
Paul is a freelance writer, editor, researcher and consumer advocate (www.paulwkrueger.com). He spent the last 30 years of his career as a Senior Field Producer for news and investigations at NBC7 San Diego, retiring in April 2020. While at NBC7, Paul broke numerous significant stories, including detailed accounts of sexual abuse and illegal narcotics’ distribution by local medical professionals.
A longtime San Diego journalist, JW August is currently a freelance writer and researcher. Most recently, he broke a story on a local political figure with ties to the Neo-Nazi movement. He spent most of his broadcast journalism career with KGTV-10News in San Diego. His earliest work in news producing was overseeing a daily consumer report, which would evolve into a 25-year career writing, producing and leading the station's investigative team. He later became the managing editor of the ABC affiliate while still overseeing the investigative unit.
Lynn is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who has worked in investigative, data and TV journalism for more than 10 years. Currently, she is a freelance journalist and the Assistant Director for the Trusting News project, where she works to help rebuild trust between journalists and the public by working with newsrooms to be more transparent about how they do their jobs.