Editor: Andrew P. Lokie, Jr
Andrew Lokie is an associate professor at Missouri State University. He developed and taught a graduate Library Science course and Instructional Technology Methods course for the College of Education. His more than 20 years experience, including work at Ohio and Bucknell Universities before arriving at MSU in 2001, has involved administrating instructional technology applications across classrooms, multimedia labs, and production services. He has published articles in the Journal of Interactive Instruction Development and in the College & University Media Review. He served on the Board of Directors for the Consortium of College and University Media Centers and has presented at national conferences including the American Democracy Project, Computers In Libraries, Campus Technology, American Library Association, and Society for Applied Learning Technology. Other interests, besides family time, include hiking, rafting, gardening, yoga, and wrestling coach.
Managing Editor: Kris Sutliff
Kris Sutliff is a Fellow in the Society for Technical Communication and Professor Emeritus of English at Missouri State University, where she taught Technical and Professional Writing from 1979 to 2016. She also directed the Center for Ozarks Studies and served as Student Academic Ombudsman as well as Assistant Head of the English Department and Coordinator of Technical & Professional Writing. She has received multiple awards for Teaching and Service from Missouri State University and the MSU College of Arts & Letters. Other awards include the Curtis P. Lawrence Award for Excellence in Academic Advising, Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor, Outstanding Thesis Advisor, and the J R Gould Award for Excellence in Teaching Technical Communication.
Associate Editor: Charlie Whitaker
Charlie Whitaker serves as the eJournal of Public Affairs' Associate Editor, primarily responsible for publication style and layout. He is also a Missouri State staff member, working for the Center for Community Engagement as a Media and Communications Project Coordinator. In 2015, He earned an MS degree in Administrative Studies with an emphasis in Screenwriting and Producing at Missouri State. During his undergrad, he majored in Mass Media with a special interest in film and he minored in Creative Writing and Psychology, earning a BS degree from Missouri State in 2012. During his masters program, Charlie was a graduate assistant for the Office of Assessment and Ozarks Writing Project at Missouri State, tasked with managing and writing website content and marketing material. He has volunteered for several area not-for-profits, lending his abilities in writing, videography and photography.
Media Associate: Dana Dominguez
Dana Dominguez is a production and post-production audio engineer specializing in discrete multi-channel location sound for documentary film. Dana received his Master of Arts degree in Communication at Missouri State University where he teaches in the Department of Media, Journalism and Film. His research interests include political activism, meaning construction and the rhetorical dimensions of socio-political documentary film. As an eJournal Associate, Dana has been instrumental in developing the review process used to evaluate engaged media submissions. In addition to his own contributions, Dana also participates in new media reviews and developments as the eJournal evolves its multimedia format.