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Kelly Davidson

Photographer KellyDavidson has always had a camera, documenting the world around her. She has a degree in photojournalism and worked for the Boston Phoenix before launching Kelly Davidson Studio, her photography and video company. Her clients include small brands, universities, musicians, and magazines. She loves shooting portraits that let her subjects shine. For this issue’s cover she photographed Dean Odette Lienau. She also photographed siblings Fiona Negron ’24 and Charles Davis ’24.

David Reich

Writer Longtime contributor David Reich is the author of a novel, The Antiracism Trainings. His in-progress memoir Executor’s Duties, the first chapter of which will appear this spring in the literary journal Valley Voices, recounts his quest for justice for a dead friend and colleague through the probate and medical malpractice systems. His assignments for this issue explore the varied ways in which the Law School’s alumni and faculty are using public policy to improve people’s lives and help uphold democracy.

Balbusso Twins

Illustrators Twins Anna and Elena Balbusso are Italian artists. Their work has been published by major international publishers and exhibited widely. Together they have illustrated over fifty books, including the Folio Society edition of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, which earned them one of their more than ninety awards. Clients include The Economist, Reader’s Digest, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and The New York Times. In this issue, the Balbussos show us what the “The Power of Policy” looks like.

Elaine Lembo

Writer Award-winning journalist Elaine Lembo is an editor and writer whose work reflects many passions, among them the marine environment and boats. She is a contributor to Fisher College magazine; Cruising World; BoatU.S. Magazine; 41N, the magazine of the Rhode Island Sea Grant; and New York Yacht Club magazine. Recent projects include content development for the Sailing Museum of the National Sailing Hall of Fame. In this issue, she profiles Charity Clark ’05, Vermont’s new attorney general.