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- Helen Fisher Research Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University.
- Nancianne Sterling founder, owner, TargetLove.com, an online dating service profile writing service
- Gian Gonzaga senior director of research and development, eHarmony and head of eHarmony Labs
- Ellen McCarthy reporter, Washington Post
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