Joyce Anderson (community liaison) is a former English teacher and educator of children with special needs. Joyce 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.
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.
Emma Koehn (Intern) is a sophomore Public Relations major and Political Science minor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She is enrolled in the university’s Honors Program, and has been active this year in the Public Relations Student Society of America, serving as scholarship coordinator. Emma has expanded our Facebook presence this year and has coordinated the new “6 of Substance” series both by gathering information and preparing it for publication. In the Fall semester, 2017, she will be studying abroad in Florence, Italy.
Megan Roth (Intern) is a UW-Eau Claire sophomore 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 sales intern at American Income Life Insurance. Megan 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 on the website.
Tessa Rosa (reporter intern) will be a sophomore at UW-Eau Claire in the Fall of 2017, with a double major in Journalism and Deaf Studies. She is a member of the Blugold Marching Band, where she played the clarinet in 2016 and plans to switch to the tuba in 2017. In high school, Tessa spent two years on the staff of the Stillwater (MN) Pony Express and was its editor-in-chief in her senior year. She will be reporting and writing on a variety of topics for the CV Post.