|Announcer - Sean Brown
Sean Brown may just be the youngest announcer in radio. He is a sophomore at Timber Creek Regional High School and has been doing radio announcing for over a year. His goal “Get out of the chair Howard! I’m taking over”.
|Christopher Duda Software
Christopher Duda has 15 years of experience in the Information Technology industry specializing in application design, solution architecture, and technology research and development. During his ten years with Database Solutions he has been a pioneer in building and deploying advanced technology solutions in the areas of web services, e-commerce, banking, health care, sales force automation, and broadband Internet/video distribution.
|Bob Uhrick Network
/ Infrastructure Design, Management, and Security
Bob began his career in the late 1980’s as an Electronics Engineer at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. There, he implemented shipboard electronics and computer systems including radar, sonar, fire control, weapons control, secure communications, and shipboard local area networks. The vessels he worked on include the aircraft carriers Kitty Hawk, Constellation, Forrestal, and John F. Kennedy, and the battleships Wisconsin and New Jersey. Many of the ships he has worked on have been put to the test in the Gulf War, Operation Desert Storm, the Liberation of Afghanistan, and the recent War on Iraq.
He is the Manager of Network Services for Database Solutions and has accomplished many noteworthy achievements. He was the Project Manager on the world’s second cable modem trial, which occurred in Philadelphia in 1995. He has designed and managed many Fortune 500 corporate networks. He is an expert in many products and technologies including network design and management, routers and firewalls, VPN, security and virus protection, LANs, WANs, telecommunications, computer telephony, and thin-client computing.
|Peggy McCoey Digital
Peggy McCoey received her Bachelors Degree from La Salle University and obtained her Master of Science Degree in Computer Science from Villanova University. Ms. McCoey has worked as a software engineer for engineering, manufacturing, accounting, finance, and human resources business needs and developed specialized programs in computer applications including sessions for international groups, in addition to her twenty year presence on La Salle's computer science faculty. Ms. McCoey currently is Director of Digital Arts and Multimedia Design for the Mathematics/Computer Science Department at LaSalle. She is also teaches in the graduate programs in Computer Information Science and Information Technology Leadership. Her area of expertise is web design, database design, network theory.
|Christopher Turk Legal
& Intellectual Property
Chris Turk is an attorney in the law firm of Blank Rome LLP and concentrates his practice in the areas of: