Jennifer is the Coordinator of Volunteers for Audio-Reader. She joined the staff in 2004. In addition to managing Audio-Reader's approximately 400 volunteers, Jennifer coordinates the Audio Description program. She also serves as the secretary for board of directors for the International Association of Audio Information Services (IAAIS).
Nick Carswell joined Audio Reader Network as Program Manager in November 2015. Originally from Ireland, Nick is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin with a M.Phil in Music & Media Technology. Nick's experience is in commercial and community radio as well as arts & culture non-profit organizations in USA and his native Ireland. Nick's interests also include music, history and travel.
Meredith has been on Audio-Reader's development team since July of 2014. Her experience includes over 10 years of marketing and risk-management in the energy sector. Additionally, she brings several years development experience from her time serving on a board that established a free health clinic in northeast Kansas. Meredith is honored to be a part of the Audio-Reader team.
Lori has been with Audio-Reader since August of 1990. She joined the staff as Program Manager and served in that capacity for 25 years, transitioning to Outreach Coordinator in June of 2015. Lori is first vice president of the Lawrence Noon Lions Club and serves as Administrative Assistant for the International Association of Audio Information Services.
Mr. Mantyla is the web developer for both Audio Reader and Kansas Public Radio. Please direct any questions, concerns and other items of feedback regarding the Audio Reader website and its accessibility to him by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling him at 785-864-2238.
Dan Skinner is the Director of the Audio-Reader Network. Dan is a native Kansan whose career took him away to manage public radio stations in Indiana, Ohio, and Texas. Dan says "It's great to be back in Kansas. I'm honored to be serving my home state as the Director of both the Audio-Reader Network and Kansas Public Radio."