Emily Elmquist: Emily is a wife and ‘momtrepreneur’ of three amazing kiddos, who loves all things science, fiction, science-fiction, and fantasy! When left unattended, she can be caught digging into nature with her kids, nerding out about theories with her husband, playing games with friends, or belting Disney music.

 

Elisabeth Thorpe: Elisabeth is a stay at home mom with a passion for good writing, great conversation, cooking good food, and researching lore. When not taking care of her son and the family pets, she can often be found writing, discussing nerdy topics online, or posting screenshots of her various gaming exploits on her Instagram.

 

Lindsay Stearn: Lindsay is a single mother of an amazing 10-year-old girl, pharmacy specialist, and nursing student. She enjoys reading non-fiction, creating mixed media art, whether that be on the wall or on a dinner plate, and growing stronger with CrossFit and swimming with her daughter. She’s usually supporting local entrepreneurs and helping them vend their wares, or can be found at a local farmers market with her daughter. When they aren’t mapping out steampunk or anime costumes and going to conventions she is trying to catch up on all the fandoms she ascribes to and loves learning more about the mythology and methodology of their creators and followers.

 

Kim Meyer: Kim’s mission in life is giving back and serving others. She’s done this first as an educator and now a health and wellness coach. She’s now joining the team at Public House Media as the host of Choose to RiSE. You can follow her for more on FB at @Choosetoriseup

 

Sam Kirby: Sam is a student at UW-Milwaukee studying Filmmaking and Advertising. When he was in high school, the movie theater was like his second home. If he wasn’t catching the latest flick, he was playing saxophone in the theater lobby. He’s seen over 100 new films in the past two years. He loves to review movies, work on scripts and binge watch his favorite tv series. He’s thrilled to be the host of Cinema Stories with Sam Kirby on Public House Media.

 

Keith Hoehne: Keith was born and raised in Wisconsin but currently resides in Chicago where he has held numerous positions in the sports and entertainment industry. He’s honored to be a part of Public House Media and to co-host Coffee with Keith & Katie. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @KeithHoehne.

 

Katie Hoehne: Katie, a Wisconsin native, has lived in Chicago for over 5 years. She is deeply involved in the Chicago art scene but also loves working for the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago Fire. Katie is delighted to join the Public House Media family as co-host of Coffee with Keith & Katie.”

 

Ryan Piers: Ryan is a play-by-play broadcaster, calling games on the BIG EAST Digital Network, the NCAA, and multiple high schools. He’s also a news anchor and reporter for a radio station in downstate Illinois. A die-hard fan of all Chicago sports, Ryan thought he could die happy when the Cubs won the World Series, but now greedily wants them to win a second. Goofy, conversational and just looking for a good time, Ryan is the perfect fit for Completely Serious.

Daniel Poppie: Daniel hails from Wisconsin. He enjoys most things, especially if they allow him to be creative. His favorite person is his wife. His favorite food is steak. His favorite drink is coffee. Catch him weekly as the host of “How to Write Good.” Learn more about him at danielpoppie.com!

 

Rachel Mullins: Rachel lives in Los Angeles where she wears many hats as an actress, model, and producer.  She has been working in the fashion and entertainment business for over half her life with no signs of stopping.  Her personal philosophy is; “This Town Holds No Glitter”! She proud to be the host of “No Filter Friday” on Public House Media.

 

Christian Heimall: Christian Heimall is a veteran sportscaster with almost 10 years of experience in the New York City market. A play-by-play and talk show host by trade, Christian’s most recent jobs include being the voice of the Manhattan College Jaspers, a post he held for six seasons, as well as the Promotions/Public Relations Manager for the Rockland Boulders of the Can-Am Independent League of Baseball, where he also held some play-by-play duties. He is a proud graduate of Hofstra University and WRHU-FM, the two-time Marconi Award winner for the top non-commercial radio station, as well as an even prouder cancer survivor who is honored to continue the fight for all those still in the battle.

 

Julianne Condia: Julianne is a Midwesterner living out in Northern California with her husband, Erik, and rescue boxer, Wyatt.  Julianne is a former inner-city school teacher turned full-time entrepreneur helping others get fit in all areas of life.  She really believes that you can rewrite your story at any moment and find the blessings along the way.  Julianne would tell you that success isn’t limited and that we can be a voice for others who feel lost or silenced.

 

Mckenna Collins: McKenna is a young entrepreneur and a former professional ballet dancer, having signed her first contract at 16 years old. During her college years, McKenna harnessed her passion for dance and established a dance outreach program at the Boys and Girls Club, receiving a scholarship and grant from The University of Wisconsin to work across the state. She has also served a congressional internship for U.S. House Speaker, Paul Ryan, which sparked her passion for her platform “Table Talk: Promoting Civil Discourse”. McKenna was crowned Miss Wisconsin in June 2017 and proudly represented the state of Wisconsin at the Miss America Pageant in September. She is the first Miss Wisconsin to have written a credit proposal to her University which was approved by the Dean of Students, marking the importance of scholarship and secondary education within the Miss America program. She earned academic credit for her communications experience on the job this year. She looks forward to graduating with a degree in Communications and pursuing a career in the field.

 

Jonathan Lauder: Jonathan is a broadcaster and media professional with over a decade of experience in the industry. He’s worked for Major League Baseball, the NBA, the Wall Street Journal, as well as multiple media outlets throughout the tri-state area. He currently works as a Technical Producer and News Anchor for Bloomberg Radio.

 

Matt Coyne: Matt, originally hails from Pittsburgh, PA and just relocated with his wife and two daughters to Northeastern, WI. Matt has been in student ministry for almost 10 years and has always found sports as a great way to connect with students. Shortly after moving to WI, Matt met Baxter Colburn, who he co-hosts with on “The Cheap Seats” on Fridays. He played rugby for 6 years and coached for 3 and is looking forward to giving this awesome sport some well-deserved airtime!

 

Max Wolpoff: Max is a student at Boston University with roots in the Washington, D.C. area. He continues to follow D.C. sports despite all the accompanying health hazards. Follow him on Twitter, @Max_Wolpoff, to see his suit of the game for every broadcast.

 

Tianna Vanderhei: Born and raised in Wisconsin Rapids, Tianna Vanderhei received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational and Professional Communication Studies with a Minor in Sports Broadcasting from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She worked part-time as the Weekend DJ for Midwest Family Broadcasting’s Z93 during college, before beginning her career as a Multi-Media Journalist and Fill-In Anchor for WXOW News 19 in La Crosse upon graduating. Currently, she works as an Account Executive for Adams Outdoor Advertising in Madison, simultaneously managing their Adams Collaborate Program, which provides advertising for area non-profit organizations. For the past eight years, she has been actively involved with The Miss America Organization, holding six local titles. Tianna is thrilled to carry on her love for broadcast, stories, and inspiration with her podcast, The Refined Redhead. A forum that allows her to share real peoples’ stories, relevant life topics, and relatable content in a laid-back fashion.

 

David Bobke: David Bobke has done many things as a writer, a producer, and a statistician. He enjoys obscure TV shows, understands approximately 20 words of Spanish, and believes the controversial theory that mimes do not actually exist.
Dave Resides in Milwaukee, WI and plays the role of Dave Show on “The Gregg and Dave Show”

 

Gregg Wandsneider: Gregg, the blind guy and self-proclaimed “peopleologist,” hails form Waukesha, WI, and can be found in any coffee shop anywhere doing things that matter…or not.
Gregg is a Carroll University grad and can still be found on Carroll’s airwaves, WCCX 104.5 when he’s not co-hosting the Gregg and Dave Show, as “The Gregg.”

 

Baxter Colburn: Baxter has spent the last six years working across the country in sports broadcasting. From his time with Sports Radio America, to 620 WTMJ in Milwaukee, WI. He’s honored to host Verse of the Day and Public House Media Live. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @BaxterColburn.