Aleksandra Wagner, Women's Studies Certif. and doctoral candidate in Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center; licensed psychoanalyst and member, NPAP-New York; contributor, Contemporary Psychoanalysis; member, editorial boards, Psychoanalytic Review and Discourse of Sociological Practice; former executive editor, Edinburgh International Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis.
Gina Luria Walker, PhD, NYU; editor of Female Biography; publications include Mary Hays (1759–1843): The Growth of a Woman’s Mind, The Idea of Being Free: A Mary Hays Reader, and Rational Passions: Women and Scholarship in Britain, 1702–1870.
Richard Walton, MBA, NYU; president, ERMACORP; senior business counselor, SCORE (SBA); advisory board member, Technical Innovation Center, HCC, Maryland; publications include 7 Keys to Effective Planning: Operations Monitoring for Improved Productivity.
Grace (Yi Huei) Wang, MA in Teaching and Learning, NYU; has taught Mandarin at Hunter College, Chazen Inst. of Intl. Business at Columbia U., and BMCC; teaches Mandarin at Nightingale-Bamford School.
Jamieson Webster, PhD candidate, CUNY; clinical fellow, New York Psychoanalytic Inst.; fellow, Philoctetes Center; author of “Women on the Margins of the Freud Family,” “The Ethical and Logical Lacan in Contemporary Psychology,” and “On Love and Shame” in the Cardozo Law Review.
Michael Weiskopf, BA, Montclair State U.; founder and chairman, Lifestyle Ventures (now Lifestyle Media), an independent privately held publisher of 10 magazines; former executive vice president and publisher, Chemical Week Associates; publisher, Personal Computing Magazine; group vice president, Reed Exhibitions; advertising director, East Coast Rocker.
Elaine R. Werblud, New School research associate in history of art; organizes and leads art tours in NYC, France, and Italy.
Elissa Q. White, BA, Goddard College; certified movement analyst; co-founder, Dance/Movement Therapy Graduate Program, Hunter College-CUNY; member, Acad. of Dance Therapists, American Dance Therapy Assn.
William White, MS, merit scholar, Nonprofit Management, The New School (Milano); president, WiT Media | Arts and Cultural Network Inc. (wit-inc.com); founder, workinthearts.net; adjunct professor, NYU-SCPS and Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Tracyann F. Williams, Women’s Studies Certif. and PhD candidate in English, CUNY Graduate Center; teaches courses in literature, gender studies, and cultural studies; recipient of New School Distinguished Teaching Award.
Jennifer Wilson, MA, California Inst. of Integral Studies, RDT; postgraduate training at Inst. for the Arts & Psychotherapy, where she maintains a private practice; has developed, supervised, and coordinated creative arts therapy programs in hospitals and homeless shelters; has worked as a clinician in psychiatric day treatment programs and community-based organizations.
Jessica Wurwarg, MS, Cities Programme, London School of Economics; BA, Brown U.; adjunct professor at NYU Center for Global Affairs; junior professional associate at the World Bank; fromagère at Artisanal Premium Cheese; chief of staff of External Affairs with the NYC Dept. of Transportation.