Oliver just finished his first year at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver where he is enrolled in a coordinated arts program that focuses on media and culture. In his senior year at Hopkinton High School, Oliver was editor of his school online newspaper and reporter for the yearbook. He has a keen interest in journalism and news, in addition to being a musician and a poet. Volunteering his time to help others has been a large part of his focus, and he has volunteered at Concord Hospital, helped a teenage boy from Nepal acclimate to life in NH, served as assistant cross-country coach, and interned on political campaigns in the area.
Before becoming a part of NHPR, Mariah developed her broadcasting skills as a volunteer radio host for seven years in Bellows Falls, Vermont, and spent time on the air for WMHC, Mount Holyoke’s student-run radio station. Mariah speaks four languages, and spent three months last summer living in Paris, France. She currently lives in Acworth, NH.
Logan’s work experience is as interesting as her higher education. After earning her BFA in Studio Art from The University of Iowa, she worked at Crate & Barrel as a merchandising designer and store manager; at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, as a Collections Care Specialist; and at Timberland as a Retail Visual Manager. In addition to her BFA, she has an MFA in Jewelry and Light Metals from RI School of Design and received certification in Design and Construction of Mounts for Exhibits from the Campbell Center for Historic Preservation in Illinois. She is currently studying for her Masters in English/Creative Writing at SNHU. Logan is also an intermediate skier, novice snowboarder, avid hiker, and “runner when chased”. She lives in Manchester.
Faith graduated from the University of Chicago in June with a B.A. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in June 2012. She also spent a semester at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and took Turkish language courses at Ankara Universitesi Tomer in Istanbul the summer of 2011. After graduation she worked as a farm apprentice at Hatchet Cove Farm in Maine until October. While attending school, Faith interned at Food and Water Watch in Chicago, worked as a museum attendant at the Oriental Institute Museum in Chicago, was a mentor and tutor at the Washington Park Youth Program, and participated in Balle Bhangra Indian folk dance. Faith is from Glastonbury, CT.