Ingrid Ramos, LPC, is the Bienestar & Resilience Programs Director for The Women’s Initiative in Charlottesville. As a bilingual therapist and advocate, she provides leadership on issues including the impact of trauma on mental health; cultural humility; and empowerment for the Latinx community.
Tom Rankin, contributor to Voices of Mississippi, is Professor of the Practice of Art and Documentary Studies at Duke University where he directs the MFA|EDA. His photographs have been collected and published widely. He is the author, most recently, of One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photography.
John Reeves, author of The Lost Indictment of Robert E. Lee, taught European and American history at colleges in Chicago, the Bronx, and London for over fifteen years. As an editor and writer at The Motley Fool, he produced investing-related content for millions of readers.
Justin Reid is director of African American Programs at Virginia Humanities. Previously, he worked as a civil rights public historian at the Moton Museum in Farmville, Va., and as a project manager for the U.S. Department of Education.
Eric Riback, author of Bella Terra’s Rail U.S.A. series of travel map-guides, has worked in map and book publishing since 1980.
Eileen Rivers, author of Beyond the Call, is veteran of the U.S. Army, who served in Kuwait as an Arabic linguist. An editor at USA Today, she has produced several multi-media online interactives covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Matthew Roth, author of Magic Bean: The Rise of Soy in America, holds a PhD in history from Rutgers University. He has taught environmental history at Philadelphia University and is assistant director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy.