Suzanne Richard is a professor in the History and Archaeology and Theology departments at Gannon University. In addition, Richard directs the Collins Institute for Archaeological Research, through which she organizes a regular dig in Jordan at a site called Khirbat Iskandar. She is currently planning an eleventh season for the Institute in the summer of 2013. With her work at the Institute, Richard guides students who help in the processing of materials from the dig as the archaeological team prepares the findings for publication.
Jesse C. Long is Dean of the College of Biblical Studies and Behavioral Sciences at Lubbock Christian University, where he also serves as Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Archaeology. Long specializes in the literary analysis of Hebrew narrative and in biblical archaeology. He serves as co-director of the Archaeological Expedition to Khirbet Iskander, Jordan.
Paul Holdorf is a retired corporate lawyer who has been an amateur archaeologist since 1994. He designed and still maintains the Khirbat Iskander database.
Glen Peterman is Director of Sponsored Projects and Research Compliance in the Corporate, Foundation & Goverment Support Office at Dickinson College. Peterman's academic background is in Near Eastern archaeology; he lived in Jordan off and on for about 9 years.