A DC-area transplant by way of PA, Upstate NY, and Japan, Amanda is a professional event planner, mom, and generally has multiple music projects up and running at all times, mostly through her a cappella production company, Clear Harmonies.
TeKay is a Tar Heel true and true, as a native son and a graduate of UNC. Currently, he lives in Memphis and sings with the award-winning CAL group DeltaCappella. He’s the Marketing Director for RARB and the director of CASA’s Ambassador program as well as executive producer of the “sing” compilation.
Living in and loving Durham, NC, Dave is founder and Creative Director of CAL group Cognitive Resonance. A software engineer by trade, he previously served as Executive Director of SoJam A Cappella Festival.
A self-confessed late bloomer to a cappella, Jordan started with musical theater and dove into singing barbershop before starting King’s Post in Blacksburg, VA, while running his own engineering firm by day.
Hailing from Boston, MA, Dan is the founder and Business Manager of CAL’s Fermata Town, serves as the Boston Harmony Sweepstakes regional producer, volunteers for Varsity Vocals & CASA, and is also the advisor of two collegiate groups at Emmanuel College where he works full-time as the Director of Athletic Communications.
A proud Philadelphia native, Lauren does event logistics by day for the National MS Society. By other day (and night) she serves as the Chairperson of The ChaiLights, and runs her non-profit, KEYhillah, CAL for Jewish groups!
By day, J-M Erlendson works as an Enterprise Strategy Consultant, but you best know him as the General Manager of Countermeasure and the Chairman of SING! Festivals, based in Toronto, Canada.
Tip is from the great state of South Carolina and has been singing a cappella since her freshman year at Duke University. She is currently Artistic Director/Social Chair of Capital Blend, an all female group in DC, and is always excited to be an ambassador for this crazy and talented group of people that make up the a cappella community.
Laura has been involved in a cappella since her college days at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. Still a resident of Madison, she founded her CAL group, greenTONE, back in 2007 and serves as the group’s music director/manager-of-all-the-things, all while simultaneously digging her hands into various other music projects and keeping up with her 3 kids.
A high school choral and theatre educator by day, Jason is also the music director for the Boston-based CAL group Vinyl Street. He is also a board member and co-founder of NE-Voices as well as the director for Plymouth South High School's co-ed a cappella group, South Avenue.
Craig started and serves as President of The Pow Arrangers, a Cambridge, MA based CAL group. He has a passion for combining technology and a cappella to get more people singing!
Originally from Tallahassee, FL, Caitlin now lives in NYC, serving as the music director of Concrete Vocal Band, and working as an Office Manager and cheese-board-maker extraordinaire at Everplans.
Longtime CASA and Varsity Vocals volunteer, Eileen is a founding member of the coed CAL group Sound Off and the Uninvited Bridesmaids and works in multimedia production and social media at a global software company.
Pitch Perfect, The Sing Off, Pitch Slapped, Vocalosity, CASA, over 2,000 arrangements… but none of that matters; he started CAL so YOU (yes, you) can join in the fun!
Living in Madison, WI, Taryn saw the need for more musical outlets for adults and co-founded the co-ed CAL group Chromatix. She works in communications during the day, but it's her passion for singing that inspires her to continue learning about and making music every day.
After living between Baltimore, MD and St. Petersburg, FL, Anderson is glad to claim DC as his home where he works, acts, teaches, and sings with DC based CAL group, Vox Pop.