Who We Are


Jeremy Pressman @djpressman

Erica Chenoweth @EricaChenoweth

(To read about how we got started, check out this story in The Atlantic)

Ethics Advisory Board

George DeMartino

Alice Driver @DriverWrites

Anthony Grimes @antbuilder

Kazu Haga

Shareen Hertel

Zoe Marks @z_marks

Team Coordinators

Stephen Zunes @szunes

Jonathan Pinckney @JCPinckney

David Prater @PeaceSciDigest

Ches Thurber @ChesThurber

Erica Macdonald

Devin Finn @dmichelefinn

Emily Kalah Gade @ekgade

Kanisha Bond

Consortium Volunteers

Stephen Zunes @szunes

Jonathan Pinckney @JCPinckney

David Prater @PeaceSciDigest

Michael Widmeier @MikeWidmeier

Evan Perkoski @EPerkoski

Meredith Loken @meredithloken

Alec Worsnop @alecworsnop

Ches Thurber @ChesThurber

Devin Finn @dmichelefinn

Emily Kalah Gade @ekgade

Erica Macdonald

Oksan Bayulgen

Theo Milonopoulos

Evan Lehmann

Kate Lonergan

Erna Alic

Sarah Fromer

Kevin Eggert

Ellen Ahlness

Consortium Research Assistants

Anonymous Research Assistant

Fizza Alam

Camille Chill

Madeleine Chill

Kevin Fitzgerald

Francis Greenhood, Jr.

Meghan Henderson

Aaron Hooker

Colin Johnson

Miu Kumakura

Marinela Mukollari

Jennifer Nilsen

Nick Nusbeitel

Louis Pascarella

Shannon Payne

Ben Sedrowski

Jason Spandow

Abbey Vogel

KellyRose Yaeger

Consortium Collaborations

Funding is made possible in part by Humility & Conviction in Public Life, a project of the University of Connecticut’s Humanities Institute, the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. Previously, we received support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York through the Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver.

We collaborate with countlove.org, a volunteer group that developed a webcrawler to identify protests and demonstrations on a daily basis.

Follow the project @CrowdCounting