Lamar Lovelace is currently the Director, Cultural Affairs and Student Engagement at Broward College. Prior to that he was Assistant Director in the Office of Community Outreach for the School of the Arts at Columbia University in the City of New York. He received an undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2002, a graduate degree in Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University in 2004, and will receive a graduate degree in Oral History from Columbia University in 2013.
Taylor Schwarzkopf is originally from Boise, Idaho. He is interested in the stories and lives of New York’s dwindling working and middle classes. His work is currently focused on the histories of the men and women of the Transport Workers Union Local 100. Taylor is interested in adding to the collective body of 20th Century New York City and working class history through the lens of this particularly “New York” group. He has been a New Yorker since 2003.
Sara Wolcott Weinberg holds a Master's Degree from NYU in Trauma and Violence as well as a Master's Degree from Columbia in Oral History. At Columbia, she was finally able to merge her interests and complete a project she began in Rwanda in 2008, where she interviewed survivors of the 1994 genocide. She is currently a freelance editor at Chime for Change, an administrative coordinator at the Child Mind Institute, and has two oral history projects in the works.