Executive Director Jason Pramas is executive editor and associate publisher of DigBoston and a longtime labor-community organizer with an MFA in visual arts. The institutional memory of our gang, Jason writes the award-winning column Apparent Horizon and has a CV that is several pages long with highlights that include his founding the nonprofit online metro newsweekly Open Media Boston and producing the massive 2004 Boston Social Forum.
Editorial Director Chris Faraone is the editor of DigBoston. A Boston Phoenix alumnus and native of Queens, he has dedicated his adult life to boosting the alternative media and has published several books as well as longform features in Buzzfeed, Columbia Journalism Review, and Esquire, among other notable outlets.
Operations Director John Loftus founded the online stations UNregular Radio and DigRadio and has experience in A/V production and management. He has developed several websites on multiple platforms, and is also the head designer and operations manager for DigBoston.
Managing Editor Nicole Aschoff is a writer, editor, and public sociologist. Nicole is the author of The New Prophets of Capital and The Smartphone Society and a staff writer at Jacobin magazine. She received her Ph.D. in sociology from the Johns Hopkins University and previously taught at Boston University.
Staff Writer Haley Hamilton has contributed to publications including the Boston Globe and helped found Homicide Watch Boston. She has spearheaded and led several BINJ investigations including a series on the racialized history of liquor licensing in Massachusetts, and writes the column Terms of Service about restaurant industry issues from the perspective of workers.
Arts Editor G. Valentino Ball is the editor and co-publisher of the popular Boston music site KillerBoomBox. He has contributed to publications including the Boston Metro and Boston Magazine, and since 2016 has worked with BINJ on the Around My Way (AMWKBX) series, which profiles up-and-coming Boston artists and the communities that raised them.