Meet the Coaches
The coaches have planned the workshop based upon digital media research and our digital experience.
Dr. Pam Johnson, Director/ Digital Writing, Editing, and Team Building Coach
2010-Present WKU School of Journalism & Broadcasting, Faculty
2003-2010 WKU Center for 21st Century Media, Director
2003-2010 WKU School of Journalism & Broadcasting, Director
2002-2003 Kansas State University, School of Journalism and Mass Communications, R.M. Seaton Chair
Highlights of Experience
Teaching – University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin; Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA
Newspapers-Chicago Tribune, Reporter; Ithaca (NY) Journal, President/Publisher
Television: CBS Affiliate, Reporter; Wisconsin Public TV, Anchor, Madison, WI
Radio: WISM, News Reporter; WHA News Reporter, Madison, Wisconsin
Ron Demarse, Assistant Director/ Broadcasting
Coordinator, 2013 - present Broadcasting and Film Programs, Western Kentucky University
Associate Professor, 2013 - present School of Journalism & Broadcasting Western Kentucky University
Assistant Professor, 2007 - 2013 School of Journalism & Broadcasting Western Kentucky University
Assistant Professor, 2003 - 2007 Department of Communication Arts Valdosta State University
Nancie Dodge,Advanced Online Media
Adjunct Faculty at the Walter Cronkite school of Journalism and mass communication Arizona State University. Dodge teaches advanced online media to undergrads, and bootcamp to the Master's students.
Kara Williams Glenn, Digital Design & Data Visualization
With a penchant for creative results-driven work, Kara Williams Glenn leads Western Kentucky University’s student-intern staffed advertising agency, Imagewest. A former WKU and Imagewest alumna, Williams Glenn is committed immersing students in the agency experience that Imagewest provides, helping them excel in the industry before they leave collage through the production of quality work delivered to real clients on real deadlines.
Williams Glenn is an adjunct faculty member of the Western Kentucky University Art Department. She teaches Design 330 with a focus on InDesign competency and self-promotion for creatives.
In her spare time Williams Glenn gives haunted history walking tours downtown with her tourism business, Unseen Bowling Green. She resides in Bowling Green with her husband and their three beautiful cats.