Jeff Webb is the Co-Publisher and Senior News Editor of Human Events. He is also the highly acclaimed entrepreneur who founded and built Varsity Spirit, best known for popularizing the sport of cheerleading on a global scale. Varsity's well-recognized cheerleading competitions, televised on ESPN for decades, make it the network's longest-running broadcast partner. In 2020, Webb published his first book, American Restoration-Unshackling the Great Middle Class. The book quickly reached Amazon's Number One Bestseller status in six separate categories. Webb has been devoted to philanthropic causes including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He has also spearheaded a partnership between the (ICU) and International Special Olympics (ISO). He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he was an active campus leader. He's the father of two adult children, Jeffrey and Caroline, and resides in Memphis, Tennessee. He's an avid outdoorsman and conservationist and is also the proud owner of a grand champion Labrador retriever.
Libby Emmons has been The Post Millennial's Editor in Chief since April 1st, 2021. She has an MFA from Columbia University and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College. Libby has appeared on Fox News' Tucker Carlson, Ingraham Angle, and other shows and podcasts. Her work has been regularly featured on Real Clear Politics, and she has written for the New York Post, Quillette, Spectator World, American Conservative, Narratively, and other outlets. She is a Senior Contributor at The Federalist.
Andy Ngo is an American journalist best known for covering protests in Portland, Oregon. He has written columns in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, National Review, and others. His series for the New York Post on Portland's "fake hate crime" industry became a viral sensation. He drew national attention when he was attacked by Antifa on the streets of Portland in the summer of 2019. Until recently, he was an editor for Quillette.com. His book “Unmasked: Inside Antifa's Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy” is a US bestseller.
Ari Hoffman is the associate editor and Seattle correspondent for The Post Millennial. Ari is the host of the Ari Hoffman Show on Talk Radio 570 KVI Seattle. He is a regular guest on Fox News and Newsmax and has been featured on The Dr. Drew Show, The Glenn Beck Show, 60 Minutes with Anderson Cooper, NPR, the KOMO News Documentary 'Seattle is Dying,' as well as countless radio and TV outlets across the country. Ari attended Yeshiva University.
American News Editor
Hannah Nightingale has been the American News Editor for the Post Millennial since May, 2022. In addition to her role as an editor, she captures footage of events and protests in Washington DC and beyond, including protests regarding women’s issues, the environment, and current political hot button issues. Outside of the newsroom, she enjoys hiking and camping.
Canadian News Editor
Roberto Wakerell-Cruz is a Montreal-based journalist, writer, and podcast host. He is the main host of This Week In Canada, a comedy and opinion news show. He has been featured in The Federalist and in Real Clear Politics. He can be followed on Twitter at @Robertopedia.
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