FieldCast revolutionizes workplace communications and culture using the medium of podcasting. We have created the first purpose-built professional audio communication ecosystem for business users. Our team has 20+ years developing marketing and communications platforms for some of the world’s most successful corporations. We launched FieldCast with the belief that private internal podcasts are a revolutionary business communications tool.
Today, FieldCast offers a full range of services from our premium planning and production services, to our best-in-class enterprise podcasting tools for secure private distribution of content. Regardless of which services your organization requires, we provide the support you need to create podcasts as the most innovative way to reach your employees.
Meet Our Team
Our team is comprised of award-winning industry professionals who know how to create and distribute compelling audio content. We’re storytellers, producers, creative directors, project managers and more.
Noah brings over 10 years of experience developing software and user interfaces on a variety of platforms with the goal of creating intuitive applications. Noah began their career with Rockwell Collins (now Collins Aerospace) where they worked on the software for aircraft displays and helped develop virtual reality based applications in virtual prototyping. They have since worked as a contractor for various firms including Johnson Health Tech, 5calls.org, and CUNA helping them develop cutting edge user interfaces and refactoring their legacy applications to use cutting edge technologies and current best practices in security and user experience design. Noah holds a Bachelor of Computer Science and a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Iowa.
Callie received a degree in Design and Visual Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She's won multiple awards for her design including 1st place in an entrepreneurial pitch where she showcased a product to help families learn about recycling. Callie joins the FieldCast team with a passion for sustainable innovation and has worked within experiential marketing and production industries.
Chris has been working in the technology sector since 1986 in a variety of software development, system administration, and consulting roles. He has held consulting and management positions in Value Added Resellers, Internet Service Providers, Nortel Networks, and Verizon. While at Verizon Chris guided over 100 applications in their cloud migration journey. He is the co-author of seven books, including the first edition of the Official CISSP Study Guide, and author of more than 100 online and peer-reviewed articles in various publications. Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science from Dallas Baptist University, a Master of Arts from Northwestern State University and a Master of Science from Nova Southeastern University.
Brian is a gifted audio storyteller who has worked on a fascinating variety of programs. He’s been a field producer for “The Osgood Files”, worked as a reporter, producer and host at WCAI, Cape Cod’s NPR Station, and has produced national podcast series, including Wavemaker and Foreign Affairs Magazine.
Kevin Rice is an enterprise architect focused on leadership and development of a truly secure cloud platform for business communications. Kevin previously worked at JDA where he created an operating team and led development of a platform which transformed the company’s warehousing product line toward a user-friendly and web-based infrastructure. He last worked at GMR Marketing where he developed the Software Development division of the IT department, re-engineering out of date applications and integrations, migrating old infrastructure to the cloud, and building out highly successful applications using cutting edge technology.
Kimberly loves using audio to make stories come alive. She’s edited the podcast “Surge: An ICU Nurse on the Front Lines of NYC’s COVID-19 Epidemic” and created the podcast “Opus 90” which explores trauma, music and mental health. Kimberly has also contributed to podcasts for Vox Media and Pineapple Street Media.
Dana brings over 10 years of experience developing creative and innovative audio business strategies. As Head of Corporate Partnerships at WNYC Studios, he provided the groundwork to launch an industry leading podcast network on both the technology and sales sides. In this role Dana managed WNYC’s national sales strategy, content and technology partnerships to position WNYC as a premiere media outlet with eight figure annual media sales revenue. Beginning in 2018, Dana served as Vice President of Enterprise Business Development on the corporate team of Market Enginuity. In this role, he led sales strategy for a 120-person national sales team and achieved 2.3x YoY digital revenue growth serving national blue chip brands. Along with his current position of President of FieldCast, Dana teaches strategic communications at Columbia University’s graduate school.
Steve has spent his career creating solutions at the intersection of entertainment and business. A founding partner of FieldCast, he applies experience across many business categories to shape effective internal podcast strategies and resources for new clients. A graduate of Northwestern’s Radio-TV-Film program, Steve launched WNUR’s long-running AirPlay series, and the short-film production company Studio 22. He joined Chicago’s WIND-AM as an overnight talk radio-producer, before turning a hobby into a profession as an international touring DJ. Later, he led the mixed-used restoration of historic theaters in six cities landing him in Entrepreneur’s top 40 under 40 years old honors. Pivoting to brand communications, Steve and his colleagues pioneered “trend influence” strategies to power word-of-mouth programs for Coca-Cola and Audi before joining Gary Reynolds at GMR to create campaigns for PepsiCo, Unilever, McDonald’s, Mercedes-Benz, and others. His programs have been awarded by the PMA, Event Marketer, Event Technology Awards, and the Effie Awards for marketing effectiveness.
Andrea loves the intimacy of audio storytelling, how audio allows her to blend artistry of production with content and how listeners can paint a mental picture through her work. She’s worked at radio stations from Maine to Indianapolis to Connecticut and is the producer behind several podcast series on health and wellness.
Sheena is a multilingual podcast producer who serves as senior producer, editor and host of “Storylines”, a podcast profiling influential women in film and television. She lived in Brazil for nearly seven years working as a foreign correspondent covering the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. Sheena is also a skilled storyteller and documentarian.
Alison is an award-winning producer who fell in love with podcasting during long commutes in Los Angeles. She produced and edited episodes of “Mobituaries” with Mo Rocca, the CBS podcast which debuted at #1 on Apple Podcasts. Alison also produces “With Good Reason,” a national weekly radio show, along with producing documentary films and reality TV for HBO, PBS, HGTV and Discovery.
Like so many talented podcast producers, Dave’s experience started in public radio where he was a producer and editor at WNYC in New York, KXT in Dallas and WFMU in New Jersey. Among his podcasts production work is Like to Know It: Influencer Radio.
Stephen is a strategic problem solver, creative developer, and trusted advisor who delivers previously untapped environments and engagements to expand clients’ business. He previously worked as EVP at GMR Marketing in NYC. He led the development and management of numerous successful event marketing programs, working with multiple leading and challenger brands in categories including packaged goods, automotive, media, pharmaceutical and apparel. He also led a team in the development of one of the first ever brand-specific event measurement systems – the basic tenets of which are still in use today for a number of brand clients. As COO of FieldCast, Stephen leads the internal operations and external client management services teams.
Kate graduated from the University of Wisconsin in just three-and-a-half years in 2019 with degrees in Political Science and Digital Studies. She has previously worked as a Marketing Assistant for the Justin J. Watt Foundation where she helped organize the foundation’s Charity Classic softball game. This annual event attracted over 40,000 fans and raised over $1,200,000 at the last event in May 2019. She last worked as a Talent Engagement Coordinator for Marcus Hotels and Resorts, traveling across the country to recruit candidates to work at their 19 properties. Kate brings her familiarity with various industries and refreshing insight to FieldCast’s Business Development team to help assess how we can help fit our clients’ needs.
Camille is passionate about working with clients to solve communication challenges and connect with employees and customers in more meaningful ways. She spent the first portion of her career developing internal communication strategies for Fortune 500 companies across a wide range of different industries. She later went on to work in recruiting where she gained experience working with companies to find, cultivate, and retain top talent. Camille draws upon her internal communication and recruiting background to help company leaders communicate more effectively with their employees so that they can increase engagement, retention, and productivity among their workforce.
From broadcasting to podcasting, Ted has led award-winning newsrooms in Boston, Minneapolis and Providence. He hired and mentored diverse staffs and produced innovative coverage on television and radio. In 2008, Ted started his first podcast which served as his very own R&D for everything he brings to FieldCast today. With unemployment at 10%, he launched Job Talk America from a bedroom in his house to help people find jobs. In 2016, he created and served as Executive Producer for In The Thick for the Futuro Media Group (producers of NPR’s Latino USA). In 2016, to counter the polarization gripping America, he started the Front Porch Movement giving the average person a voice. A year later, he created The Tour, bringing listeners into his intimate conversations with world famous and emerging musicians. Ted has also created, produced and still hosts podcasts for clients, including the Genius of Wellness. In the last 12 years, Ted has been a thought leader in the podcasting world and today brings us his passion, production and partnership to each and every project.
Starting behind the microphone as a radio DJ, Sam Fishkin quickly found it more interesting to work with musicians creating that vinyl disc rather than just spinning it for others. He invited bands to interview on his late night show, broadcast live concerts, mixed sound at clubs all over the city, toured the states in an ol’ Econline van and, eventually, landed in a recording studio. In the past 20 years, he has mixed performances by Jennifer Hudson, Coldplay, Nine Inch Nails, Styx, Mumford & Sons, Childish Gambino, Lady Antebellum, and legendary blues artists Koko Taylor, Charlie Musselwhite, Tinsley Ellis, Lonnie Brooks, and John Lee Hooker. Sam’s film work includes the critically acclaimed Head Games, Allegory of the Cave, Fordson: Faith. Fasting. and Football. Television series work includes sound design and mixing for the last six seasons of CNBC’s American Greed and for the premiere season of Deadly Rich and Eastland-Chicago’s Deadliest Day for PBS. In 2006, Sam co-founded Mix Kitchen, in its current Streeterville location. Sam graduated from Northwestern University with a major in Radio, TV & Film.
Anthony has been helping companies tell their stories through podcasting for years. He edits “Business Casual” with the biggest names in business and served as Project Manager for Jack Daniels’ “Around The Barrel.” When he’s not helping business, Anthony is digging into true crimes, not as an investigator but as producer and editor of “My Favorite Murder.”
After founding GMR Marketing in 1979, Gary grew to become one of the largest experiential engagement agencies in the world. He is widely recognized by the event marketing industry, and media, for inventing experiential marketing and identifying the power of aligning brands with musicians and their music. In 1997, GMR was sold to Omnicom and became a cornerstone of that company’s integrative marketing services. While continuing to serve as Chairman and CEO of GMR, Gary formed Radiate Group and went on to acquire 20+ agencies globally. Renewing his focus on audio, this time focussed on galvanizing company culture to increase business performance, Gary co-founded FieldCast entering an entirely new category of internal communications for employers and their distributed workforces.
Mark has a sense of wonder when it comes to audio storytelling. He believes audio can make or break someone’s day. Mark’s creativity and production skills shine in his podcast series work, which has focused on sports storytelling.