Susan Greene has 22 years of journalism experience, mostly at dailies. She worked for 13 years for The Denver Post as a City Hall reporter, national reporter, political reporter and metro columnist.
“Trashing the Truth,” a series she reported with Miles Moffeit about the loss and destruction of DNA evidence, helped exonerate three men, prompted federal and state reforms on evidence preservation and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in investigative journalism. Greene’s 2012 long-form article and video documentary, The Gray Box, exposed the effects of long-term solitary confinement. She’s currently working to preserve and revitalize the Independent as a vital source of political and investigative journalism in Colorado.
John Tomasic has worked as a writer and editor at various news, literary and academic publications, including at the Huffington Post, Business 2.0 magazine and Francis Ford Coppola’s Zoetrope All-Story. He was the managing editor at OffTheBus, the Huffington Post’s path-breaking 2008 presidential-election citizen-journalism project. Before that, he was managing editor at Pop+Politics, the University of Southern California Annenberg School’s journalism training program and website. In the early 1990s, he worked as an analyst and editor for the United Nations commission established to investigate war crimes in the former Yugoslavia.
John studied for a PhD in history and art history and has a master’s degree in European history. He has taught at the University of Paris-Dauphine, Indiana University-Bloomington and the University of Denver. He lives in Boulder, Colorado.