Our team is comprised of a rich blend of full- and part-time staff, supplemented by specialized contractors. Reach any of our staff members by emailing email@example.com or use our Contact Form.
Tony developed and launched the visionary model for community media that has evolved into the Open Media Foundation. Before founding Deproduction and Denver Open Media, Tony worked with Little Voice Productions, the Colorado State House of Representatives, the Pan African Arts Society and FreeSpeech TV, among others. Tony has presented over 100 media education courses with the Colorado Independent Media Center, Denver Community Television, the Alliance for Community Media and various local schools and universities. Tony graduated magna cum laude with a degree in marketing and business administration from the University of Colorado.
Fun Fact: If Tony were stuck on a deserted island, and had the choice to bring three items, he would choose: a laptop, solar-powered case, and a helicopter.
Ann has been working with the Open Media Foundation's online user-driven tools since they were first created for Denver Open Media. She has been involved with organizing and presenting at numerous conferences on the subject of community media, technology and the Open Media Project. She started her community media career at Manhattan Neighborhood Network as a Production Assistant and became the Director of Production and Education, managing a staff of twelve and a million-dollar budget. Youth Media has been a passion of hers and she has mentored many youth both at MNN and at DOM over the last ten years. Teaching youth both production skills and confidence have lead them to win numerous regional and national ACM media awards. She graduated from Antioch College, with a degree in communications and cultural anthropology.
Ann has also served as the Vice Chair of the ACM Western Region Board and appointed to the ACM National Board as the Western Representative since 2009.
Sharee manages all design needs for the Open Media Foundation as the Creative Lead for the Web & IT department. Since 2006, she has designed and project managed over 65 websites for non-profits and small businesses clients. Sharee has experience from working at design firms serving local, national and international clients designing logos, print, environmental, and web materials. She graduating summa cum laude from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design with a degree in Graphic Design and Multimedia.
Brian manages the Web & IT department and focuses on refining the organization's systems and developing collaboration between the Open Media Foundation and other like-minded organizations. Brian’s varied background reflects an ongoing effort to situate himself at the intersection of technology, mass media and localized community development. In 2006, Brian co-founded Civic Pixel, a web development firm dedicated to working with nonprofits and small businesses dedicated to positive change. In 2008, Civic Pixel merged with the Open Media Foundation, becoming the web development arm of the nonprofit organization.
Business & Finance Director
Jeff works with Open Media Foundation to provide daily finance operations and administrative support to both staff and members. His business background ranges from traditional corporate accounting & finance, to explosive-growth startups. He has helped develop and implement business plans up to $14M. Jeff has experience with business operations encompassing a broad range of industries, including legal, medical, automotive, and non-profits. Jeff graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in Finance.
Fun Fact: Jeff has hung out with Boy George and Dennis Rodman.
Leo is a web developer who was introduced to the Open Media Foundation through running DU's Digital Media Outreach Center. He spent a year learning all about Drupal and OMF, then was excited to stay on. He is currently finishing his Masters in Digital Media Studies at DU. Leo's interests lie in bridging digital media, art, and environment. His current project is the Digital Garden on Leetsdale.
Erin works with the Web & IT department and is responsible for client and project management for web development and related project. From planning through implementation, Erin works in collaboration with a variety of internal and external resources. Erin's prior experience to working with OMF lies in marketing and communications, working with the Marketing Department of Gainesville Regional Utilities. She was very excited to be helping coordinate several energy efficiency programs including the Low-Income Energy Efficiency Program (LEEP), a 100K CFL push and the nation's first Solar Feed-in-Tariff for Solar PV customers. She grew up in Gainesville, FL where she completed her Bachelors degree in English at the University of Florida.
Fun Fact: Erin's favorite children's book is "The Phantom Tollbooth" by Norton Juster.
Rad Anzulovic designed and hand coded his first website in 1997 and hasn't stopped learning since. Theming in Drupal makes him almost as happy as riding his bike, but gets frustrated when his non-tech friends don't even understand what Drupal theming is. In addition to his strong skills in Drupal and standards based front-end development, he has an extensive background in image editing spanning over two decades. He occasionally gets off his mountain bike to teach Photoshop, Illustrator, and broadcast video design with the Final Cut Studio.
Chris manages video production projects for our nonprofit and public sector clients as well as teaches classes through OMF's education department. His past years of work in commercial photography and videography reinforced his belief that images can tell compelling stories. It also left him wanting to do something that had a chance of making a positive impact in the community he lives in. His time as an AmeriCorps NCCC volunteer and days working with Habitat for Humanity encouraged him to pursue work with the nonprofit sector. One of the changes he wishes to see in the world is the power of the media being put in the hands of the people - and conveniently that happens everyday at Open Media Foundation.
He received his B.A. in Literary Studies from the University of Denver, took coursework at the Art Institute of Colorado, and enjoys enrollment in the school of everyday learning.
Fun fact: Chris loves technology, but not as much as you, you see...but he STILL loves technology...always and forever.
Community Technology Administrator
Bart is responsible for the network and system administration at the Open Media Foundation. He has prior experience in web development and is in a long-term relationship with Open Source software. He recently received a B.S. in Mathematics from Metro State in Denver. When he is not talking to computers, he can be found riding bike or watching old Star Trek episodes.
Director of Community Productions
Brandon Stiller is exceedingly thrilled and endlessly grateful to be a new member of the OMF team. His background in production has been focused primarily on inspirational and industrial segments in addition to live event coverage. He looks forward most of all to becoming an integral part of an organization composed of great people and a real and lasting purpose.
Fundraising Events Manager
'Anything is possible' is a mantra for Heather as her dream to work in Hollywood was accomplished for more then twelve years. From LA Film Festival, AFI FEST to her start as an intern on Stephen King's The Shining filmed in Estes Park and Denver she loved working on all aspects of Production, Post Production and Events. All of the projects she worked on were special but HBO owns much of heart. After watching 'And the Band Played On' she was determined to work there. Starting with "Perversions of Science', the first two season on 'The Sopranos' to six years as the Festival Coordinator on the US Comedy Arts Festival it was a company she worked for the most in her career. But then her volunteer work at the Afghan Women's Mission and Alica Walker's quote, 'Activism is the rent I pay for living on this planet' changed her. Leaving Hollywood due to at the time the impending Writer's Strike she relocated back to Colorado where she went to High School on the mission to work in non-proft. After working as a canvasser for RAAP, Denver's rape crisis center, she would also volunteer to help the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence with their V-Day performance in 2011. Passionate about the power of Independent Media, Human Rights, Violence Against Women, and so many other causes, she is honored to be apart of the OMF family!
Media Education Coordinator
John has over 12 years of experience with Colorado nonprofit organizations, working in fundraising support, event coordination, project management and communications. John has a B.A. from the University of Houston and is a certified Project Manager Professional (PMP). He has been making films since he was a kid. John also enjoys hiking, fishing, cycling, traveling, and playing in a band. He lives in Denver with his wife and son.