Liz H. Strong is a freelance oral historian, living in New York City. She has worked for the Columbia Center for Oral History Research, the New York Preservation Archive Project, the Washington State Department of Commerce, and many others. Strong earned a BA in Narrative Arts from Oberlin
Melissa Ziobro currently serves as the Specialist Professor of Public History at Monmouth University, offering classes such as Oral History, Introduction to Public History, and Museum and Archives Management Basics. Her service includes the administration of the Department of History and
Erica Fugger is a New York-based oral historian whose focus lies in examining the personal narratives underpinning revolutions and social movements. She currently serves as President of the Columbia Oral History Alumni Association and Project Coordinator of the Oral History M.A. program, of
National Park Services staff historian Lu Ann Jones specializes in oral history research methods and the history of women, labor, agriculture, and the American South. She is a member of OHMAR’s Board of Officers.