Our team of volunteers from the Eugene community are happy to contribute and provide their time and experience for your listening pleasure!
- Producer/Volunteer Wrangler: Kimberlee Noel
- Hosts: JoJo Jensen, Adam Wendt
- Audio Editors: Christopher Mitchell, Mike Jones
- Music + Soundscapes: Mike Jones
- Website: Clark Stacer
Producer / Volunteer–Wrangler
Kimberlee has been a part of EugeneTech since 2017 as the Media Arts Community Manager, and is also part of the grand spectacle known as King Pong, which will be making a second annual appearance this Summer in Keasey Square. Her BBQ-fu skills enabled her to win Second Place in the Beef category at Beats & BBQ 2018 (though her goal is to be 1st this year!). Kimberlee graduated from LCC in 2018 with an associates degree in Multimedia and Web design.
Host / Voice Talent Extraordinaire
JoJo Jensen is a professional Voice Talent with more than 20 years of experience, and you have probably heard her voice within many contexts both locally and worldwide. Her curiosity and delight in hearing stories is why she loves talking with people on EugCast. For more information about JoJo – go to her website – JoJoJensen.com.
Adam Wendt is the founder and CEO of Trifoia, a company that provides digital training and e-learning services, educational product design, and grant support services to organizations worldwide. Trifoia is currently working on projects to train the nation’s early childhood workforce, teach effective parenting practices during separation and divorce, improve accessibility to mindfulness strategies for African Americans, and promote K12 school-wide positive behavior interventions and support.
Audio Editor, Music + Soundscapes
Mike Jones is a sound designer and composer with over a decade of experience creating audio content for the game industry. Mike has extensive experience in a wide variety of audio environments including audio post-production, tv and radio broadcast engineering, and audio for videogame production. His extensive resume (and demo reel) is available on http://mikejonesaudio.com/.
Audio Editor, Website Designer/Developer
Web geek, audio geek, musician, singer/songwriter, father, and dreamer, Clark has been around the world, lived in London (England), Hawaii, San Diego, Colorado, Wisconsin, and Coos Bay (most recently), toured the U.S. in a 15 passenger van as the bass player in the country-rock band “The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash”, narrated 2 seasons of a cable television show called “Haulin’ House”, and is currently working remotely as in Integration Engineer for a company in Austin, TX.
Chapeau Connoisseur /
Instigator of ‘All The Things’
Mark Davis started exploring the Willamette Valley in 2007 when he accidentally bought a house in Veneta. He started instigating community projects in 2011 starting with opening the CodeChops tech innovation hub. He’s a founder of a few small businesses in town like Dark Matter and Fanosity. Mark spends much of his energy exploring the intersection of Art, Tech and Community with projects like EugeneTech, KING-PONG, Maker Faire, and MVP Studio. Mark is a Mozilla Open Leader currently on contract at HP in Corvallis on the Developer Program Team and splits his time between Eugene, Corvallis, and Sherwood.