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Michael Wollaeger
Editor-in-chief of Western Interiors magazine
Tom Wollenman
Third-generation citrus grower and manager of LaBue Citrus in Lindsay, California
Adam Wollner
Political correspondent covering the presidential election for National Journal
David Wolpe
Rabbi of Sinai Temple in Westwood
Albert Wolsky
Costume designer of Birdman
Adrienna Wong
attorney for the ACLU, representing Guadalupe Plascencia
Alia Wong
Associate editor of the Education section at the Atlantic
Cynthia Wong
Fellow and staff attorney at the Center for Democracy and Technology
Edward Wong
Asia Correspondent for the New York Times
Julia Carrie Wong
Staff writer for the SF Weekly
Kristina Wong
Defense reporter for The Hill
Lenny Wong
Research Professor of Military Strategy at the US Army War College; 20-year veteran of the US Army , in positions including teaching leadership at West Point , serving as an analyst in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army , and also in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel
Marleen Wong
Director of LAUSD’s Crisis Counseling and Intervention Services
Scott Wong
Senior reporter for The Hill; former congressional reporter for Politico
Steve Wong
Curator at the Chinese American Museum  based in Los Angeles, California
Charles Woo
CEO of Megatoys , a toy wholesaler and manufacturer  based in downtown Los Angeles' Toy District; past chair of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Michael Woo
Member of the Parks Forward Commission and dean of the College of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona; formerly the chair of the Board of Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles, the nonprofit organization that runs the Hollywood Farmers' Market, and Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Southern California; former LA City Councilman for the 13th District and former member of the Los Angeles City Planning Commission
Diane Wood Middlebrook
American biographer, poet and critic (1939-2007)
Andrew Wood
Associate fellow with the Russia and Eurasia Program at Chatham House, a London based think-tank; former British Ambassador to Moscow (1995-2000)
David Wood
National security correspondent for PoliticsDaily.com; former national security correspondent for the Baltimore Sun
Graeme Wood
Contributing editor to the Atlantic Magazine and The New Republic
James Wood
Novelist, essayist and literary critic; staff writer at the New Yorker
Jim Wood
President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust
Josh Wood
Beirut-based freelance journalist covering Lebanon and Syria for Al Jazeera America and Global Post
Ken Wood
Senior Advisor for Products, Marketing and Health Plan Relationships for Covered California , the organization that is responsible for the state's health insurance exchanges
Mary Wood
Music composer and owner of Frisbie NYC, a music production firm based in New York
Peter Wood
President of the National Association of Scholars; anthropologist and former professor at Boston University
Simon Wood
Production designer of Team Bondi , a video game developer based in Sydney, Australia
Susan Wood
Former Assistant Commissioner for Women's Health at the FDA
Thomas Wood
Professor of political science at Ohio State University
Tracy Wood
Senior writer with the Voice of OC, an online news website
Charlayne Woodard
Actor and playwright, and member of Actors' Equity
Colin Woodard
Contributing Editor to Politico
J. David Woodard
Professor of Political Science at Clemson University in South Carolina and Director of its Palmetto Poll, a statewide poll; author of The New Southern Politics ; former Republican consultant to national candidates from the South, including Senators Lindsay Graham and Jim DeMint
John Woodard
City councilman in Adelanto, California
Jeanne Woodford
Former director of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and former warden at San Quentin Prison , which houses the State's Death Row; Executive Director of Death Penalty Focus, a group that advocates against the death penalty
Leighton Akio Woodhouse
Freelance journalist.
Thomas Woodrow
Independent film producer who’s experimenting with alternate forms of distribution for his latest film, Bass Ackwards
Betsy Woodruff
staff writer for Slate
Judy Woodruff
Journalist, writer and television new anchor for the PBS NewsHour
Nancy Woodruff
Land Use Chair for the  Foothill Trails District Neighborhood Council in Lakeview Terrace.
Sáša Woodruff
Associate Producer for To the Point
Tracey Woodruff
Professor at the University of California at San Francisco; former senior scientist and policy advisor at the EPA under the Clinton and Bush Administrations
Christopher Woods
Investigative reporter and author of 'Sudden Justice: America's Secret Drone Wars'
Emira Woods
Co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington
Jacqueline Woodson
American writer of books for children and adolescents
Ron Woodson
Principal of Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design and co-author of 'High Style'
Bill Woodward
Director of Training for the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado, Boulder
Katie Woodworth
Senior Researcher for SRI International
Todd Woody
Environmental journalist who writes regularly for the New York Times and many other publications
Adrian Wooldridge
Management editor, and former Washington Bureau Chief, for the Economist, he writes the 'Schumpeter' column; co-author of 'God Is Back: How the Global Revival of Faith Is Changing the World'
Aaron Woolf
Producer and director of King Corn , a documentary film critiquing our dependence on corn
Richard Woolfe
Senior White House Correspondent, Newsweek
Stephanie Woolhandler
Professor at the School of Public Health at City of New York University's Hunter College; primary-care internist and co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program; former Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Oliver Woolley
Pig breeder
Suzanne Woolley
Personal finance writer for Bloomberg News
Jamie Woon
British singer, songwriter and producer
Rachael Worby
Music Director of the Pasadena Pops; conductor and music director for opera star Jessye Norman
Amy Worden
Staff writer at the Philadelphia Inquirer , the covering the State Capital
Minky Worden
Director of Global Initiatives for Human Rights Watch and author of China's Great Leap: The Beijing Games and Olympian Human Rights
Dave Workman
Senior editor at Gun Week , a newspaper published by the Second Amendment Foundation
Justin Worland
Energy and environmental reporter for TIME
Robert Worth
Author of 'A Rage for Order: the Middle East in Turmoil from Tahrir Square to ISIS;' former Beirut Bureau Chief for the New York Times
Joanna Worthington
Uninsured massage therapist in Tempe, Arizona
Mark Worthington
Production designer with Worlwide Production Agency
Michael Worthington
Professor of graphic design at California Institute of the Arts
Susan Wortman Jutt
Mother of a 10-year old boy, who was diagnosed with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at age 7 and is now on medication; speech language pathologist at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital
John Wray
Abi Wright
Communications Director for the Committee to Protect Journalists
Anthony Wright
Executive Director of Health Access California, a statewide healthcare, consumer-advocacy coalition
Barnett Wright
Senior reporter with the Birmingham News
Belinda Wright
Executive Director of the Wildlife Protection Society of India
Branson Wright
Sports reporter with the Cleveland Plain Dealer where he writes for the Starting Blocks blog. He also co-hosts The Sports Brothers on 1540am in Cleveland.
David Wright
ABC News correspondent David Wright has traveled the world as a foreign correspondent, covering major news events in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, India and Asia for “World News,” “Nightline” and “Good Morning America.”
Edgar Wright
English film and television director and writer
Gillian Wright
Vice president of customer services for the Southern California Gas Company
Jason Wright
Associate professor of astronomy at Pennsylvania State University, whose primary research is in extra solar planets and sun-like stars
Kai Wright
Editorial Director of Colorlines.com; senior writer for TheRoot.com
Lawrence Wright
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and screenwriter, and staff writer for the New Yorker; author of 'author of The Terror Years; From al-Qaeda to the Islamic State;' former fellow at the Center on Law and Security at New York University
Randall Wright
Director of the documentary "Hockney"
Robert Wright
Contributing editor at the New Republic, he has written for Time, Slate, the Atlantic Monthly, and the New Yorker; senior fellow at the New America Foundation
Robert Wright
Transportation correspondent for the Financial Times
Robin Wright
Joint fellow at the US Institute of Peace and Woodrow Wilson Center; contributor to the New Yorker
Stephen Wright
American novelist
Thomas Wright
Director of the Center on the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution, a fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy at the Brookings Institution and author of 'All Measures Short of War; The Contest for the 21st Century and the Future of American Power'
Wendy Wright
President of Concerned Women for America
Will Wright
Director of Government and Public Affairs for the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
Kevin Wronske
Partner at Heyday Partnership
Jenny Wu
Architect at Oyler Wu Collaborative , an architecture firm based in Los Angeles, California
Tim Wu
Professor of Law at Columbia University and author of 'The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires'
David Wunsch
State Geologist ; independent voter, supporter of John McCain
Mike Wurb
Screenwriter
Rudolph Wurlitzer
American novelist and screenwriter
Edward Wyatt
Staff writer for the New York Times
Ron Wyden
Democratic Senator from Oregon, he serves on the Senate Banking Committee
Elizabeth Wydra
President and former chief counsel at the Constitutional Accountability Center
Diana Wyenn
Los Angeles-based artist and co-founder of Artmageddon ; Director of Marketing for REDCAT
Richard Wyler
Founder of People Can Change , a nonprofit secular organization of men who have experienced change supporting other men who seek it
Janet Wylie
Businesswoman with executive experience in tech companies, and Republican delegate based in Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Paul Wylie
American figure skater who won a silver medal at the 1992 Olympics (watch a video of his Silver Medal performance)
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