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 in Clinical Psychology; clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in New York, where she works with children, adolescents, and adults; teaches at Eugene Lang College; supervises graduate students through City University's doctoral program in clinical psychology; founding member of Das Unbehagen, an organization that explores psychoanalysis outside of an institutional or organizational framework; has written for Apology, Cabinet, The Guardian, the Huffington Post, Playboy, the New York Times, and many psychoanalytic publications; author of The Life and Death of Psychoanalysis (Karnac, 2011) and, with Simon Critchley, Stay, Illusion! (Random House, 2013; Verso, 2013).
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.