Roberto Azula , editor-in-chief of The Daily Tell, is a writer and editor based in Seattle, Washington. An English major from Kennesaw State University, Roberto has been writing and editing articles on pop culture, travel, the environment, and ESL education for more than ten years. Roberto is also a critic-at-large for the Seattle International Film Festival, and a regular contributor to indieexpress.com, a film festival site. He enjoys hiking and camping, pale ales, and Spaghetti Westerns, not necessarily in that order.

John Zorabedian writes about the convergence of technology, business, government and philanthropy. He graduated from Wesleyan University with a Bachelor’s degree in government and has worked as a journalist for 10 years. Based in Boston, he grew up in Massachusetts and lives by the ocean.

Jenna Weiner is a Boston-based business, finance and philanthropy writer. A graduate of Georgetown University with a degree in English, Jenna speaks Italian and lived in Milan. She enjoys traveling, playing tennis and singing, and is borderline obsessed with organizing.

Peter Krowiak is a writer based in the Boston area who concentrates on business, finance and philanthropy. He is a graduate of Boston University with a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy, and has spent almost five years as a journalist. In his spare time Peter enjoys reading and watching movies.

Byron Butler is a Boston-based writer covering philanthropy, business and finance. He has reported on the insurance industry, healthcare and information technology. Byron says his favorite thing to do when he’s not writing is building model ships.

John Bracchitta is a Boston-based writer covering philanthropy, business, and technology. A graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, MA with a degree in English and minor in Political Science, John is originally from Rye, NY and enjoys going to see movies, listening to music, trying out new restaurants and — despite taking his licks for it while in Boston — rooting for the Yankees.

Charlie Curnow writes about business, philanthropy and information technology. He graduated from Boston College and studied at the London School of Economics. He enjoys running, reading and indie music. He lives in Sturbridge, Massachusetts.

Katherine Griwert is a Boston based writer who concentrates on business and philanthropy. She is a recent graduate of Boston College with a degree in American Studies. Kate enjoys black and white films, music of most genres, and strong coffee.

Timothy Griffin is a Boston-based writer focusing on philanthropy, business and technology. He graduated from Marist College with a degree in communications, and also studied at the University of Limerick in Ireland. He enjoys reading, pretending he knows how to cook and learning all sorts of useless trivia.