Monika R. Wright, a licensed attorney for the state of Louisiana, is currently a graduate student at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Ms. Wright is in the Digital Humanities track of the Master of Liberal Studies program. As the principal investigator on the eSe project, she played a leading role in progressing the project from idea to implementation. She conducted the research and drafted the narratives. To ensure that eSe is accessible to and replicable for the community, Ms. Wright managed the preparation of standardized documentation and support material. Under the design architect role, she designed the logo and created the twitter page. In her role as a back-end developer, she was tasked with rectifying historical maps and geolocating the data on the maps.
Iris Finkel is a reference and instruction/web librarian at Hunter College. She is also a graduate student at the Graduate Center, CUNY, in the Fashion Studies track of the Master of Liberal Studies program. For the Excavating the Slave Experience project, she supports development of the Fugitive Slave Advertisement exhibit, uploading the metadata and image files to the site and exhibit customization. Iris is also co-project manager, and is responsible for social media.
Tristen Goodwin is a graduate student who currently attends the Graduate Center of CUNY as a part of the Digital Humanites track from the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies. He played the role of co-project manager and co-programmer as he provided the direction of the project and assisted with the development of eSe.