Meet the AlterNet Staff

 
Jan Frel is editor-at-large and associate publisher. He's been involved with AlterNet since 2004. A graduate of St. Andrews University of Scotland, Jan previously worked on Howard Dean's presidential campaign and at the pioneering online magazine TomPaine.com. He is the co-author of Neighbors from Hell: An American Bedtime Story (Feral House, 2015).
Jenny Pierson is a managing editor and assistant publisher. After graduating from NYU, she worked in book publishing for several years before joining AlterNet.
Reynard Loki is AlterNet's environment, food and animal rights editor. Follow him on Twitter @reynardloki. Email him at [email protected].
Phillip Smith has a long-standing interest in domestic and international drug policy. He has been the author of the Drug War Chronicle since 2000, and is the editor of the AlterNet Drug Reporter.
Liz Posner is an AlterNet associate editor, a lifelong media junkie and a former publicist for progressive nonprofits. She writes about feminism, education, religion, innovation and lifestyle for Forbes.com, Bust, Bustle, Refinery29, and elsewhere.
Chris Sosa is a managing editor at AlterNet. His work also appears in Mic, Salon, Care2, Huffington Post and other publications.
Roxanne CooperRoxanne Cooper is the associate publisher at AlterNet, where she oversees the organization's business-side operations. She has 20-plus years experience in media management, marketing and advertising sales and has held positions with the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies, LA Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian, and Stars and Stripes. Follow her on Twitter @AlterRox.
Kali Holloway is a senior writer and associate editor of media and culture at AlterNet. Her writing has appeared in the Guardian, Salon, xoJane, and Time, and she's written about music for DFA Records, Google Music, Rhapsody and more. She has worked on the award-winning PBS documentaries Brooklyn Castle, The New Public and The New Black. She sings for the NYC band Easy Lover.
Steven RosenfeldSteven Rosenfeld is a senior fellow covering democracy issues. A longtime print and broadcast journalist, he has reported for National Public Radio, Monitor Radio, Marketplace, and TomPaine.com. He has written and co-authored three books on voting rights, most recently Count My Vote: A Citizen's Guide to Voting (AlterNet Books, 2008).
Jefferson Morley has been a reporter and editor in Washington since 1980. He spent 15 years as an editor and reporter at the Washington Post. Most recently, he was a staff writer at Arms Control Today and Washington editor of Salon. He is the editor and co-founder of JFK Facts, a blog about the assassination of JFK. His latest book is The Ghost: The Secret Life of CIA Spymaster, James Jesus Angleton (October 2017).