Hal Davis conducts special project research for Public Record Media. Previously, he was the team leader for public safety at the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Prior to that, he was assistant editor at the National Law Journal, news editor at Bloomberg Business News, a reporter at the New York Post, where he covered state courts for 15 years, and a reporter at United Press International.
Matt Ehling has worked in media production and public affairs education for over two decades. His television credits include nationally broadcast PBS documentaries, and he has written about legal affairs and politics for Minnpost.com and other news outlets. He is a current board member of the Minnesota Coalition on Government Information (MNCOGI), and is the chair of its legislative issues committee. He has testified before the Minnesota legislature on public records policy, and was the winner of John R. Finnegan Freedom of Information Award in 2012. The award was presented for his public engagement work, including the founding of Public Record Media.
Mike Kaszuba is the editor of Public Record Media. He is a former reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, who for 35 years covered local and state government. He covered city hall in Minneapolis, suburban and urban affairs, worked as a State Capitol reporter and also covered sports business issues for the newspaper.
Mahesha Subbaraman is special counsel for Public Record Media. He is also the founder and owner of Subbaraman PLLC, a Minnesota law firm devoted to appellate litigation. He is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and has litigated a variety of cutting-edge civil rights issues including government surveillance, civil forfeiture, and public access to the judicial system.