IDH LEADERSHIP TEAM
Dr. Aaron McKain
Dr. Aaron McKain is the interim Executive Director of the IDH. He is currently the Director of the School of English and Communication at North Central University and a Visiting Scholar at Indiana University's OSTROM working group on technology, business, and law. His fifteen years of publications and public appearances on digital ethics can be found at aaronmckain.com.
Shea is the Associate Director and Co-Director of Public Relations. She helps speak to the aesthetic aspects of the IDH. Having two moms and the ability to operate power tools are what keeps her hair so vibrantly purple.
Ayin is the Director of Pedagogy as well as our Digital Curriculum Consultant. Ayin helps write all of our curriculum for our educational projects. She also enjoys long walks in Nebraska.
Moises is the Director of Production. He coordinates with the curation of video content and editing. He enjoys watching movies.
Director of Research
Complete Bio coming soon
Julius is the Director of Development, as well as our Policy Advisor for the IDH. He serves as the mediator between the IDH and any political work we do. He enjoys heated debates and yelling at politicians.
Thomas Freeman- Senior Research and Policy Advisor
Thomas Freeman, JD, MS, MBA, is a practicing attorney and Professor at Creighton University. Professor Freeman is a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Nebraska. While at the Attorney General's Office, he led multi state investigations, involving the FTC and other state governments. His clients have included individuals, small businesses, Fortune 500 corporations, county governments, and Native American tribes and businesses. He has won cases in federal, state, and tribal courts all across the country. Professor Freeman has attained an AV-Preeminent Rating from his peers, been listed as a SuperLawyer, and been ranked by his students as the best professor at Creighton University.
Dr. Daniel Schneider - Senior Research Advisor
Small town fan Dr. Schneider is an Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin at La Crosse and specializes in early-modern philosophical thought. He has held numerous academic posts around the world: He was a post doc at Ghent University in Belgium, and a lecturer at Cambridge University, and at the University of Haifa in Israel. He is working with the Institute for Digital Humanities because he believes enlightenment theories of epistemology, politics, and humanity can help solve many of the “new” ethical, social, and political problems of the use of big data in the contemporary digital world.
Access to Dr. Schneider’s research can be found at https://danielcschneider.wordpress.com