- Richard Just is the editor of National Journal magazine. He was formerly the editor of The New Republic, which he led to a National Magazine Award nomination for general excellence in the thought-leader magazine category in 2012. He subsequently worked at Newsweek, where he served as Washington editor and then editor of the magazine. His work has also appeared in The Washington Post, Slate, The Washington Monthly, and The American Prospect. He graduated in 2001 from Princeton University, where he was editor-in-chief of The Daily Princetonian.
- Michael Koike is a principal at a New York-based private equity firm. He previously worked for the chief executive officer of a power supplies manufacturer and in the investment banking division of Merrill Lynch & Co. He graduated in 2001 from Princeton, where he was executive editor of The Daily Princetonian.
- Gregory Mancini teaches at the Paideia School in Atlanta, Georgia where he teaches English and History, work as the Debate Coach, and serves the school in a variety of other roles. He is a graduate of the Harvard Divinity School and previously studied in Berlin on a Fulbright scholarship. He graduated in 2001 from Princeton, where he was founding editor of The Prince Magazine.
- Rich Tucker is an attorney in New York City and a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. He was previously a reporter at The Florida Times-Union, where he covered courts and the Florida Legislature. He graduated in 2001 from Princeton, where he was managing editor of The Daily Princetonian.
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