These individuals can receive interview requests, speak on radio, television, or podcast programs, and are able to answer questions about public banking. If you are an activist or organization leader who belongs on this list, email Matt, matt <at> publicbankinginstitute <dot> org.
Ellen Brown is co-founder and president emeritus of the Public Banking Institute, the author of twelve books and over 200 articles, and is the most widely recognized name associated with the public banking movement. She can be reached through Matt Stannard at matt <at> publicbankinginstitute <dot> org.
Ten of Ellen's interviews over the past several years are linked here.
Richard Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York, and the author of several books on economics. He is a strong proponent of public banking and has spoken at several PBI-involved conferences. He can be reached directly at rdwolff <at> att <dot> net.
Gwendolyn Hallsmith is the former Executive Director, and a current adviser, of the Public Banking Institute. She speaks all over the nation to local groups interested in starting public banking movements in their areas. She is an expert on local economies, and the author of The Key to Sustainable Cities and Taking Action for Sustainability. She can be reached through Matt Stannard at matt <at> publicbankinginstitute <dot> org.
Mike Krauss is a member of PBI's executive board and is chair of The Pennsylvania Project, a non-partisan public advocacy organization. He has written dozens of articles and frequently speaks around the country on the logistics of implementing public banks. He can be reached through Walt McRee, walt <at> publicbankinginstitute <dot> org.