Project lead: Whitney May (@whitneymaybe) Whitney May is Director of Government Services at the Center for Technology and Civic Life. Her primary focus is on ELECTricity, a learning community of local election administrators who use technology to improve our democracy.
Tiana Epps-Johnson (@tianaej) Tiana Epps-Johnson is the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Technology and Civic Life. Prior to CTCL, she was the New Organizing Institute's Election Administration Director.
Whitney Quesenbery (@whitneyq, @civicdesign) Whitney Quesenbery is co-director for the Center for Civic Design, which wants every interaction with government to be an easy, effective experience. The Center is the home of the Field Guides to Ensuring Voter Intent, and the Anywhere Ballot.