Lola Van Wagenen, Ph.D., Founder and Director, Clio Visualizing History; author of Sister-Wives and Suffragists: Polygamy and the Politics of Woman Suffrage 1870-1896; Executive Producer, PBS Documentary Film Miss America: A Documentary Film.
Jenny Reeder, Ph.D. student, Editorial Director; American history and New Media, George Mason University; M.A., New York University, American History with a certificate in Archival Management and Historical Editing.
Connie Beliveau, Administrator. Diverse experience in technical and administrative support with Thinking Machines Corporation, the State of Vermont, and other groups. B.S., Boston University.
Clio draws on the expertise of the following associates for advice on diverse humanities and media-related history projects. They also act as consultants, editors, and content providers related to their expertise.
Elaine Abelson, Ph.D., faculty member at both Eugene Lang College of the New School and the Graduate Faculty (Historical Studies); author, When Ladies Go A-Thieving: Middleclass Shoplifters in Victorian Department Stores.
Julia Alvarez, M.A., novelist, essayist and poet; author, How the García Girls Lost Their Accents and In the Time of the Butterflies; a writer-in-residence at Middlebury College.
Joyce Berkman, Ph.D., director, Valley Women's History Collaborative; professor of history, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; author, The Healing Imagination of Olive Schriner: Beyond South African Colonialism; editor, Contemplating Edith Stein.
Patricia Bonomi, Ph.D., professor of history emerita, New York University; author, A Factious People: Politics and Society in Colonial New York.
Melanie Gustafson, Ph.D., associate professor of history, University of Vermont; author, Women in the Republican Party 1854-1924.
Eliza McFeely, Ph.D., assistant professor of history, College of New Jersey; author, Zuni and the American Imagination.
Cara Mertes, M.A., director, Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program. Former executive director, American Documentary, Inc. and executive producer of the award-winning PBS series P.O.V.. Former vice president of film for Clio, Inc., and during the development and scripting phase, director of Catching the Shadow: Frances Benjamin Johnston and the Women of Early Photography.
James Redford, M.A., filmmaker, screenwriter, and director; writer and director, independent film, "Spin"; director, "Skinwalkers", a PBS Mystery series production.
Charles Romney, Ph.D., teaches in the History Department at Whittier College, and has taught history at the University of Houston and at UCLA.
Eric Schlosser, M.LITT., Oxford University, author, Fast Food Nation, and Reefer Madness.
Michael Scott Van Wagenen, Ph.D., University of Utah; author, screenwriter, and documentary filmmaker; films include Low and Slow, Spirit Doctors, and Mundo Milagroso.
Susan Ware, Ph.D., author and teacher specializing in twentieth century American history and the history of American women; editor, Notable American Women; author, Still Missing: Amelia Earhart and the Search of Modern Feminism.