Joyce Anderson (community liaison/reporter) is a former English teacher and educator of children with special needs. She is a former vice president and still an active member of JONAH (Joining Our Neighbors Advancing Hope), a Chippewa Valley organization comprised of a variety of faith communities and members at large. JONAH works to build relationships that will promote a more equitable society in which all voices are heard and root causes of injustice are addressed. Joyce currently co-chairs JONAH’s Immigration Task Force.
Andrew Janssen (web technician), a UW-Eau Claire graduate, is continuing a family tradition of working in a field unrelated to his major. In addition to his work with the CVPost, he is a board member, webmaster and assistant editor at Northern Spirit Radio. He has lived in Eau Claire for 24 years. Computers have been a hobby since 1990, and Andrew hand built his first web page in 1999. He worked as a paralegal at a local law firm for some three years before returning to school to finish his bachelor’s degree – which was in English Literature.
Megan Roth (social media intern) is a UW-Eau Claire junior majoring in Organizational Communication with a Marketing minor. She is public relations chair of her Delta Zeta sorority, a member of the ALZ Stars Chicago Marathon team and has been a marketing assistant at Rod-N-Bobbs Inc. Megan competed in the Chicago Marathon in October, 2017. She has concentrated her CVPost efforts in the social media area so far, with an emphasis on starting and expanding our Twitter program to let our followers know about stories that are available to them on the website.
Rachel Helgeson (reporter intern), a senior Journalism major at UW-Eau Claire, joined the CVPost staff in October of 2017. She spent the spring semester last year studying in Ireland and traveling around Europe, where she translated her love for travel into a personal travel blog that reported her experiences. This June she will be traveling to Italy through iEiMedia to complete a journalism program focusing on social issues. Rachel also writes regularly for Rakbo, an established international blog, as well as for Visit Eau Claire’s Eau Claire Insider blog. She covers local environmental activities as a key part of her efforts for the CVPost. Rachel is a graduate of Baldwin-Woodville High School.