Fineout has lived in North Florida for 25 years. He has worked for various newspapers, including The Miami Herald, Tallahassee Democrat, The News-Journal of Daytona Beach and the New York Times Regional Newspaper Group. His work has also appeared in other publications including The New York Times and Tallahassee Magazine.

A New York native and graduate of the University of Miami, Kleindienst is a government and politics junkie who has covered eight governor’s races and five governors, as well as presidential and U.S. Senate races. Kleindienst is a veteran of the 2000 Florida voting controversy that led to several appearances on national and international television and radio. After covering state government and the Florida Legislature more than 27 years for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Kleindienst was recently named editor of 850 – The Business Magazine of Northwest Florida and director of editorial services for Rowland Publishing Inc.

Sanders has a business-savvy style that she credits to her grandfather, Darrell King. He lived to be nearly 101 years old and shared with her his love of technology and his no-nonsense approach to business, development, real estate and people skills. Currently, she is Executive Producer and an Eyewitness News Anchor at WCTV in Tallahassee, Fla. Sanders also currently teaches as an Adjunct Instructor at Florida State University.