Peter is an award-winning investigative journalist. Before returning to Wisconsin to launch The Badger Project in 2018, he worked at daily newspapers in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania as well as in Madison and Chicago. He grew up in Waunakee and graduated from the journalism school at UW-Madison in 2005. Peter lives and dies with each Badger men’s basketball win and loss.
Ted is a former general assignment reporter at the Chicago Tribune who, as part of a team of six reporters, won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting. He also contributed to the Tribune’s 2001 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism. In addition, Gregory is the author of the true-crime odyssey, “Mary Jane’s Ghost,” and co-author of three books: “The Leadership Code,” “To Chase A Dream,” and “Our Black Year.”
director of resource development
Amy has provided executive leadership and fundraising counsel to nonprofit organizations in Chicago and the Midwest. She has more than 25 years of experience working at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago, the American Lung Association, the Spina Bifida Association, The Association of Certified Accountants and the National Stop AIDS Project. Amy is spearheading major gift and fundraising for the Badger Project. She lives in Madison.
Hina is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she is pursuing a B.A. in journalism and psychology and a certificate in digital studies. She is the Life & Style editor and a state news reporter at The Daily Cardinal, one of UW-Madison’s student newspapers. Before moving to Madison, she lived in Japan, California and Colorado.