Roger is a lateral thinker, a problem solver, strategist and finder of new ways. Roger’s clients are happy clients. Roger has experience managing client relationships and building brands for: Netflix, Walmart, Nordstrom, Investors Group, Saputo, University of British Columbia, Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences. When not managing a podcast company, Roger is also the Director of Client Services at Cossette - one of Canada’s top integrated communications agencies, and former Director of Community Engagement for TEDxVancouver.
Jen is an experienced audio producer and radio host having spent nearly 20 years writing plays, newspaper articles, radio, and new media documentaries. Jen has created award-winning content for CBC Radio and The National Film Board of Canada's Digital Studio. She teaches Creative Writing for New Media and Podcasting at the University of British Columbia’s School of Creative Writing. Jen has written and voiced dozens of audio documentaries. Her 2016 audio documentary for CBC’s Ideas, The Dream of Brother XII, details the strange life of a cult leader who lived near Nanaimo, BC in the 1920s. She was story editor and/or interactive story producer on award-winning digital interactive projects like Bear 71 (NFB Digital Studio), Seven Digital Deadly Sins (The Guardian), Hyperlocal (CBC), Life on Hold (Al Jazeera), and The Last Hunt (NFB).
Aaron’s technical career has spanned over two decades and three countries, from University to commercial radio in the Pacific Northwest, T.V. in New Zealand to startup radio and podcasting in Vancouver. Aaron studied audio engineering in New Zealand at SAE Auckland and worked for TV3 there while also hosting a national weekly radio program on KiwiFM. In 2015 Aaron helped launch a new start-up talk station Roundhouse Radio in Vancouver B.C. Aaron also currently produces, promotes, and hosts his own highly-rated Cascadian Beer Podcast.
Paul is a professional catalyst driven by curiosity. Paul has spent 25 years innovating in the US and Canada in technology, media & entertainment and environmental industries where he became an expert in business development & commercial finance. During the 90’s Paul financed film, television and new media at Royal Bank, Imperial Bank (Beverly Hills, CA) and National Bank of Canada. Later Paul financed environmental projects with Ecotrust throughout British Columbia’s coastal temperate rainforest and helped pioneer impact finance at Vancity Credit Union before returning to technology sales from 2014 to 2019.