I am a multimedia specialist who has held varying roles in broadcasting, media relations, production, and sales.
Currently, I am an executive producer for weekend and nightly programming on 95.7 The Game KGMZ, in San Francisco, CA. My role is responsible for constructing engaging topics and second-level analysis, scheduling guests and live interviews, and contributing on-air. As a former studio host and producer for Learfield IMG College, I anchored pregame, halftime, and postgame programming for the University of Connecticut football, men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s hockey programs.
My play-by-play experience is also vast. During the summer of 2019, I served as a radio and MiLB.tv voice for the Erie SeaWolves, Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers. As their media assistant, I also coordinated media inquiries from Fox Sports Detroit, ESPN, FiveThirtyEight, and MLB Network. I spearheaded the franchise's first podcast, which I hosted and produced weekly. My previous media relations efforts have resulted in awards such as the 2017 MiLB Promotion of the Year, “EclipseFest” while I was with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (San Francisco Giants, Low-A).
In my sports talk radio career, I have hosted multiple weekly sports shows, anchored morning updates, and contributed on-air for the Portland Trailblazers flagship station. I have sold ticket packages with each organization and, in Salem-Keizer, aided sponsorship acquisition by hitting 105% of my offseason goal as a corporate sales manager.
I have done freelance play-by-play work with the University of Portland on TheW.tv, North Dakota State Championships (NDHSAA), OSAA Radio Network, and Willamette University.
I graduated from Willamette University (OR) in May 2016 with a double-major in Economics and Rhetoric & Media Studies. I was also a sports editor of the campus newspaper and a member of Willamette's baseball team (Div. III), pitching all four years.