Karen Dalke – Dr. Dalke is a Senior Lecturer in the Sociology Department at the University of Wisconsin/Green Bay. Using a unique anthropological lens, she has written and researched extensively about the American mustang and their place in our culture.
Erick Lundgren – Mr. Lundgren is a PhD student at Arizona State University. A field biologist, he is currently researching a phenomenon that has never been explored in the scientific literature – well-digging by the wild burros of the Sonoran Desert.
Kelly Robin – Dr. Robin is an equine veterinarian whose practice is based in Northern California. Her clients range from show jumpers and companion horses to mini-horses and geriatric ponies. She is the attending veterinarian for Montgomery Creek Ranch, a 2,000-acre sanctuary that is home to 245 wild horses and burros.
Allen Rutberg – Dr. Rutberg is the Director of the Center for Animals and Public Policy and an Assistant Research Professor at the Tufts/Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. He is one of the country’s leading writers and researchers on fertility control for wildlife, with a special focus on wild horses.