Our People

Diane Dimond is an experienced TV/ radio journalist, reporter and host. She is also a highly talented voiceover artist. Diane is a contributing writer for Newsweek/The Daily Beast. and writes a crime and justice newspaper column for Creators Syndicate.  She has worked as a correspondent for Hard Copy, Extra, Entertainment Tonight and Court TV. Her work is featured on our "Next-Level Accountant" podcasts produced by DaviesContent for Sageworks.

Jim Meigs is Richard’s co-host on the DaviesContent podcast, “ How Do We Fix It?” A highly experienced magazine journalist, Jim was Editor-in-Chief at Popular Mechanics for ten years until May, 2014, and former Editorial Director, Men’s Enthusiast Group, Hearst Magazines.

Liz White is an experienced broadcast journalist with a warm, intelligent voice. A first-rate storyteller, she's a news host on WQXR FM public radio, New York.  Previously Liz was a news and talk host at ABC News Radio, FOX News Radio and at 1010WINS Radio. Liz is a co-founder of and writer-in-residence at Kids Write Now,  a classroom-based writing and character education program presenting workshops on issues including mental health, drug and alcohol abuse and sexual orientation.

Kaitlin Prest is an award winning audio artist working in radio, performance and installation. She works creatively directing independent podcast projects (The Heart//PRX's Radiotopia, Life of the Law//APM). She does public speaking and private consulting about storytelling with sound (Third Coast International Audio Festival, Union DocsTransom Story Workshop).

Our senior producer isMiranda Shafer and Mathew Passy. Miranda is a talented writer, videographer, audio producer and editor who produces the How Do We Fix It? podcast.  She has a post-graduate degree in Media Studies from New School.  Mathew is a podcast producer and digital marketer, who runs his own audio consulting firm. A former producer and podcast director at The Wall Street Journal Radio Network, Mathew hosts “PodUp”, a weekly show about the rapidly changing podcast industry.

Our sound engineer is Denise Barbarita, who owns Mono Lisa Studio in Manhattan, where our shows are recorded and produced. We also work with musician, composer and audio technician Louis Stravinsky.