So, to the best of my knowledge, there are eight executive producers for Star Trek: Picard: Alex Kurtzman, James Duff, Akiva Goldsman, Michal Chabon, Trevor Roth, Heather Kadin, Rod Roddenberry, and Aaron Baiers. Although Kirsten Beyer is involved, she is not an EP - actually the only one in the writer's room who isn't. The odd thing to me is it hasn't been announced who exactly is the showrunner. It has to be one of the EPs right? And they have to already have a showrunner. Even though Kurtzman has been the "public face" of the show, I don't think he's the actual showrunner. He's been backing off Discovery and has a lot of other shows to help get through production. Kadin and Baiers are production-side people, not creatives, and Roddenberry and Roth are obviously more or less ceremonial - involved due to running Roddenberry Entertainment. That leaves us with - realistically - one of Duff, Goldsman, and Chabon. I believe Duff briefly ran the writer's room for Discovery after Berg and Harberts were fired, which would make him seem to be the most likely candidate. But I've seen nothing in the media about this at all. I have to admit it does make me a little concerned. Shows without a single or tight-working pair of showrunners typically do not fare very well.