Lesley Fogle

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Thousands of projects spanning 25 years in field/post-production and voice. Lesley is a creative whirlwind who carefully planned the section before she and Keith started recruiting. Among advisory, residency and audio tech staff positions locally, Lesley is on the AES Diversity & Inclusion Committee and dedicated to helping the entire raise their profile in an inclusive arena.

Vice Chair
Keith Hanlon

As a producer and engineer, Keith Hanlon, Citizen Keith, is equally at home in the analog and digital worlds. He worked for years at the famous Musicol Recording Studio before co-founding Secret Studio recording and creative space in the Franklinton Arts District. Keith has been a longtime drummer, prolific musician, and record label owner.

Rob Powell Columbus AES

Rob Powell

His professional experience covers a spectrum from traditional IT to what an area we call creative technology. 

Education Committee & Educators

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Capital University
Chad Loughrige
Neal Schmitt

Chad Loughridge is head of the Music Technology program at Capital University and teaches  classes in Intermediate Recording Techniques, Audio Production Practicum, Podcast Production,  Studio Management, and Audio for Media.

Neal Schmitt is an Instructor in the Music Technology program at The Capital University Conservatory of Music. He teaches Audio and Live Sound Recording and Mix, Professional Development, and Multimedia and Web Development.

Fort Hayes
Ryan van Bibber

Ryan van Bibber teaches the audio production program at the Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center, a visionary career and technical education high school in Columbus, Ohio. Students are immersed in professional audio and music hardware and software, and graduate knowing how  to compose and create music using ProTools, Amplify Studio, and Ableton Live, run live sound, and apply business strategy to media production and the arts. Ryan also teaches Audio Production at Columbus State Community College.

Ohio University
Josh Antonuccio
Eddie Ashworth

Josh Antonuccio is the Director of the Ohio University’s School of Media Arts & Studies. He teaches and oversees music production & technology, music industry & entrepreneurship, video production, and the intersections of media and social change.


Eddie Ashworth is Associate Professor at the The School of Media Arts & Studies. He teaches Music Production, Audio for Media, The Business of Music, Composition, and Music History.

Clarence Davis

Clarence Davis specializes in Audio Mixing, Sound Design, Event Coordination, Event Design, Mastering, System Design, and System Tech. He recently moved from teaching Production at Otterbein to a Design Engineer Position with New Era Technology.

Andrew Tripp

Andrew Tripp is director of Oberlin’s Recording Arts and Production program and director of Conservatory Audio Services. He teaches courses in Recording Arts, Studio Recording, and Advanced Audio Recording

Central State
Brian Jump

Brian Jump is the Assistant Professor of Commercial Music and Technology at Central State University. He is currently developing a new program and teaching music technology, audio recording, and music appreciation.

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