Jane Marie is a Peabody and Emmy Award-winning journalist who produced This American Life for nearly a decade before becoming an independent content creator. She's since collaborated with a wide variety of outlets including Epic Magazine, Earwolf and PBS. She is the host of the official Tinder podcast by Gimlet Creative, DTR. As a writer, Jane served as an editor for Jezebel and The Hairpin and penned columns for various sites including The Toast and Cosmopolitan. She lives in LA with her daughter, Goldie.
Dann Gallucci is a Grammy nominated and ASCAP Award-winning audio engineer, producer, songwriter and musician. He's written and toured a number of records as a member of Modest Mouse and Cold War Kids. After making the move to radio and podcasts, he produced the public radio program Bullseye with Jesse Thorn, An Oral History of the 1993 Tappan Jr. High School Talent Show, HBO’s Where Do We Exist? and The Dream, which he also co-hosted. As a mixer he has worked with the MTV Podcast Network and Politically Reactive. He lives in LA with his daughter, Maria.
MacKenzie Kassab is a writer and editor who has contributed to The Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Glamour, Jezebel, Kinfolk, NYLON, New York Magazine's The Cut, The Hairpin and Harvard University's DCE blog, among other publications. During eight years in Lebanon, she was editor of the Middle East's leading luxury lifestyle magazine, A, and editor of Time Out Beirut and Time Out Beirut Style, part of the Time Out International family. She and her husband live in LA with their daughter, Eloise, and a cat who stowed away in their luggage on the trip back from Beirut.
Lyra Smith has worked on The Uncertain Hour (producer), S-Town (sound mixer), This American Life (fellow), and The Nation and LA Review of Books (engineer). When not making podcasts, she makes comedy. You can see her in sketches and web series at different spots on the internet, including Comedy Central.