John Stanton is the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for BuzzFeed News. In 2014, Stanton was a recipient of the National Press Foundation’s 2014 Dirksen Award for distinguished reporting of Congress. He was also a former fellow for Georgetown's Institute of Politics and Public Service.
Before working for BuzzFeed News, Stanton was a writer at Roll Call. On BuzzFeed - “It’s a tabloid, like my grandfather’s paper,” Stanton says. “News is not its bread and butter, but it’s a way to get news out to people who wouldn’t see it.”
Jonathan Schwabish is the founder and host of PolicyViz. He is also a Senior Research Associate in The Urban Institute’s Income and Benefits Policy Center. His economics research focuses on earnings and income inequality, disability insurance, and retirement security.
A member of the Institute’s Communication team, Schwabish specializes in data visualization and presentation design and was named a “visualization thought leader” by AllAnalytics in 2012. Prior to working at the Urban Institute, Schwabish spent 9 years as a Principal Analyst at the Congressional Budget Office.
Sarah Kliff is a senior editor at Vox.com, and co-host of Vox's "The Weeds" podcast with Ezra Klein and Matt Yglesias. Sarah joined Vox Media in 2014 from the Washington Post, where she was a founding member of Wonkblog, a policy blog dedicated to making complex policy topics easily approachable and understandable.
A former staff writer for Politico, Kliff's work has appeared in Newsweek, National Geographic, the BBC and was cited in the 2012 Supreme Court decision upholding the Affordable Care Act.