Selena Roberts Selena Roberts is an American best-selling author, sportswriter, and digital entrepreneur. Previously, she was a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and a columnist for The New York Times. She received a B.A. degree in journalism from Auburn University in 1988 where she was a sports editor for the university paper The Plainsman. In a February 7, 2009 article on SI.com that quickly made the cover of Sports Illustrated, Roberts revealed that Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003. Most recently, she has stepped outside the box of traditional media to explore storytelling for all platforms. Her company is called Roopstigo.

Selena Roberts

Selena Roberts is an American best-selling author, sportswriter, and digital entrepreneur. Previously, she was a senior writer for Sports Illustrated and a columnist for The New York Times. She received a B.A. degree in journalism from Auburn University in 1988 where she was a sports editor for the university paper The Plainsman. In a February 7, 2009 article on SI.com that quickly made the cover of Sports Illustrated, Roberts revealed that Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez tested positive for steroids in 2003. Most recently, she has stepped outside the box of traditional media to explore storytelling for all platforms. Her company is called Roopstigo.

Ted Altschuler Ted has worked for 25+ years with nonprofit organizations and higher learning institutions to connect the public to culture. His programs have integrated performing arts and community, promoted conversations in the literary arts, and increased public understanding of science and health. Currently, Ted is spearheading the transformation of Baruch College’s performing arts facility (BPAC) into a multidisciplinary cultural center. Before joining BPAC, he served on the leadership teams of two nonprofits and consulted for nonprofits across the country using his fundraising, programing, and marketing expertise. He has directed 40+ productions, and created a method for developing the talents of singing-actors, teaching on the faculty of The Juilliard School and at numerous training programs. The creation of his acting method led to an interest in human behavior and the brain and eventually to his earning a neuroscience PhD. His career evolved with his interests, from performing arts manager, director and teacher to creating programs and experiences across a broader definition of culture encompassing science, art and society. Throughout his career, Ted has sought to engage and inspire the public by creating innovative cultural experiences.

Ted Altschuler

Ted has worked for 25+ years with nonprofit organizations and higher learning institutions to connect the public to culture. His programs have integrated performing arts and community, promoted conversations in the literary arts, and increased public understanding of science and health. Currently, Ted is spearheading the transformation of Baruch College’s performing arts facility (BPAC) into a multidisciplinary cultural center. Before joining BPAC, he served on the leadership teams of two nonprofits and consulted for nonprofits across the country using his fundraising, programing, and marketing expertise. He has directed 40+ productions, and created a method for developing the talents of singing-actors, teaching on the faculty of The Juilliard School and at numerous training programs. The creation of his acting method led to an interest in human behavior and the brain and eventually to his earning a neuroscience PhD. His career evolved with his interests, from performing arts manager, director and teacher to creating programs and experiences across a broader definition of culture encompassing science, art and society. Throughout his career, Ted has sought to engage and inspire the public by creating innovative cultural experiences.

Jordan Reeves Jordan Reeves began his career and learned how to serve people as a customer service intern at Walt Disney World. Then, he gained a deep love and appreciation for teaching as a science educator in Alabama. He landed in New York City where became a founding member of TED's education initiative, TED-Ed.  After TED, he held freelance positions across industries, learning everything from digital strategy best practices to budget building and human resources management. Then, Jordan decided to change the world one coming out story at a time. Enter VideoOut! The rest shall soon be history, and Jordan can't wait for everyone to join him on the ride.

Jordan Reeves

Jordan Reeves began his career and learned how to serve people as a customer service intern at Walt Disney World. Then, he gained a deep love and appreciation for teaching as a science educator in Alabama. He landed in New York City where became a founding member of TED's education initiative, TED-Ed.  After TED, he held freelance positions across industries, learning everything from digital strategy best practices to budget building and human resources management. Then, Jordan decided to change the world one coming out story at a time. Enter VideoOut! The rest shall soon be history, and Jordan can't wait for everyone to join him on the ride.

 
Jereme Lewis As a stage manager I am energetic yet focused; diligent yet relaxed. I take great pride in my ability to stay organized and execute any job given to me with precision while still maintaining a sense of joy, enthusiasm, and positive energy.

Jereme Lewis

As a stage manager I am energetic yet focused; diligent yet relaxed. I take great pride in my ability to stay organized and execute any job given to me with precision while still maintaining a sense of joy, enthusiasm, and positive energy.

Jonathan Reeves In addition to serving as Editorial Director, Jonathan is a member of the board of directors.

Jonathan Reeves

In addition to serving as Editorial Director, Jonathan is a member of the board of directors.