, a policy wiki, expands the conversation on immigration reform by giving new ideas a platform and old ideas a closer look. Part blog, part knowledge base, its mission will be to collect, shape, and share the best thinking on the various issues in immigration reform, as well as to promote robust, meaningful discussion. enables us to take the conversation outside of Washington and give academics and other important stakeholders an accessible way to plug into the policy debate taking place in Washington D.C. It also provides a democratic way for users to vote up or down the best ideas in the mix. is a project of the American Immigration Council.

Our Moderators:

Sonal Ambegaokar
Health Policy Attorney
National Immigration Law Center

Maurice Belanger
Director of Public Information
National Immigration Forum

Cynthia Buiza
Former Policy Director
American Civil Liberties Union of California &
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles

Guillermo Cantor
Senior Policy Analyst
Immigration Policy Center
American Immigration Council

Sarah Curry
We Belong Together
Domestic Workers Alliance

Walter Ewing
Senior Researcher
Immigration Policy Center
American Immigration Council

Katherine Fennelly
University of Minnesota
Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Mary Giovagnoli
Immigration Policy Center
American Immigration Council

Paul McDaniel
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Fellow
Immigration Policy Center
American Immigration Council

Royce Bernstein Murray
Policy Director
National Immigrant Justice Center

Erin E. Oshiro
Immigration and Immigrants’ Rights Senior Staff Attorney
Asian American Justice Center

Kristin S. Vonnegut
Associate Professor – retired
Communication Department
St. John’s University

Beth Werlin
Deputy Director
Legal Action Center
American Immigration Council