Betty Teng, Co-host & Co-foundeR

Betty P. Teng, LCSW, MFA, is a psychoanalyst and trauma therapist who has worked with survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and childhood molestation at Mount Sinai Beth Israel’s Victims Services Program in Manhattan. She is one of the authors of the New York Times bestseller, The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump. Ms. Teng has spoken and written on trauma and its impacts for conferences and media outlets, such as Slate and Vox. She currently sees patients in private practice.

Jonathan Kopp, CO-HOST & CO-FOUNDER

Jonathan Kopp is a communications strategist specializing in issue and positioning campaigns for candidates, causes, companies and countries. He is a Partner at FGS Global, a leading strategic communications and public affairs consultancy, helping clients navigate complex environments. 

Jonathan was a member of the Obama for America 2008 National Media Team, the Opposition Research & Rapid Response Team of the 1992 Clinton/Gore “War Room,” and the Clinton Administration White House staff.

Thomas Singer, Co-FOUNDER

Thomas Singer, MD, is a psychiatrist and Jungian psychoanalyst. Tom is an expert on the relationships between myth, politics and psyche in his studies of The Vision Thing and the Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche series. He is the editor of a series of books exploring cultural complexes, including Placing Psyche, Listening to Latin America, Europe’s Many Souls, The Cultural Complex. He is president of the National ARAS, an archive of symbolic imagery that has created The Book of Symbols. 


Alletta Cooper is a Brooklyn-based audio producer and storytelling consultant. Her work has been heard on NPR, the award-winning StoryCorps podcast, PBS – American Experience, Google’s social media channels, CBS World News, The Track podcast, and Delta’s in-flight entertainment system. Alletta also consults with non-profits, design firms, and major corporations on incorporating storytelling into their work. She enjoys jazz-age swing dance styles and once won an episode of Wheel of Fortune.


Jenny Woodward is a New York-based creative director and digital media producer. She worked for the New York Times developing and producing videos and many weekly series before starting her own production company, working with a wide variety of clients and subjects, in NY and abroad.