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Our Editorial Board is comprised of local Raleighites that are pretty pumped about making the City of Oaks the best possible place it can be. Learn more about our editorial board below.
|Leo Suarez is passionate about smart growth in Raleigh and community-driven solutions to everyday problems which are chronicled on his blog, The Raleigh Connoisseur. A software engineer by day and social entrepreneur on the side, Leo has worked on a variety of volunteer efforts and helped out with numerous advisory committees related to development, transit, and public engagement. @DTRaleigh|
|You'll see Mary cruising through Raleigh (usually) by bike with a kid or two in tow. She's incredibly passionate about making Raleigh an equitable, thriving and multi-modal place to call home. She is a Bicycle and Pedestrian Commissioner for the city and volunteers time with Oaks and Spokes to advocate for better bike infrastructure. Nothing makes her happier than seeing a friendly face around town - holla and say hey if you see her! @RaleighBikeLady|
|Owen S. Jordan is a photojournalist who currently operates as the Creative Director of Jubala Coffee, an Advisory Board member for Innovate Raleigh and the Lead Photographer for his own photography business, Owen S. Jordan Photography. He's a young professional who is passionate about impactful stories and has audiences ranging from the Clinton Global Initiative, the General Assembly and young entrepreneurs in the Triangle. What brings him joy is taking part in helping Raleigh grow through the connection of people familiar and new to the region.|
|Born and educated in Mississippi, Tyler has been a Raleighite for the last eight years. Outside of his work at Capital Bank, he is passionate about the present and future of Raleigh. Issues of affordable housing, homelessness, refugees, equitable economic outcomes, economic vibrancy, innovation, and bringing the city together in new ways are important to Tyler. On most days, you can find him and his wife, Susan, somewhere in greater downtown Raleigh dining, reading, having a coffee, or sharing drinks with friends old and new. @Tycraft|