KRFC 88.9 FM Staff
JEN PARKER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Jen Parker is a veteran marketer with extensive experiences in the multimedia industry working in both Europe and the U.S. for leading companies such as Future Publishing, Mindscape International, Origin Systems, Electronic Arts, Ziff-Davis, Imagine Media, Raycom Media/NBC and iHeartmedia. She also has a life-long passion for music and for creating meaningful community partnerships.
Originally from England Jen has lived in 8 different cities across the United States. She currently lives in Fort Collins with her husband, Joe, who works at Colorado State University, where their two children are both freshmen. During her spare time, Jen loves to attend CSU sporting events, listen to music, entertain friends, work out and travel to see family in the USA and back in the UK.
GREGG ADAMS, OPERATIONS MANAGER
Gregg Adams began as a musician, embarked on a successful Information Technology career and founded 2 Fat Farmer Productions, an artist management organization. He personally managed 2-time Grammy Award winning band Arrested Development, former Lumineers guitarist Maxwell Hughes, Michael Kirkpatrick, Jeff Finlin, Fierce Bad Rabbit and many others.
Gregg spends his leisure time with his wife of 25 years Wendy, their dog Emma and William Catner, the wonder cat, all of whom spend their time missing Gretchen, their 22 year old college student.
DAVID VACEK, MUSIC DIRECTOR
David attended Hastings College and the University of Nebraska Lincoln, with an emphasis on Speech Communications. He’s been a Fort Collins Resident since 1986. David is a Vocalist / Musician, and enjoys Organic Gardening and Exploring all the grandeur that Colorado has to offer. After working Music retail for 12 years and in the Financial Services Industry for 27 years, David wanted to give something back to the people of the City of Ft Collins by participating at KRFC 88.9 FM. In addition to his position as Music Director, he is an On Air Programmer, and also is one of the Hosts for “Live & Local”.
SEAN LAMBORNE, VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR
Sean Lamborne was born and raised in the Rust Belt outside of Detroit, MI, and began playing live music during his time at Western Michigan University. He spent Fridays mornings on his roomates radio show, “The Nonchalant Café Hour.” He plays in a hard-hitting Americana/Rock band called The Longest Day of the Year and wears his alter-ego TMULE on stages across Colorado as an indie folk rock singer songwriter, and plays children’s music as Tiny Mule.
Sean is a librarian at heart. He brings years of public library experience and a Masters in Library and Information Science to KRFC 88.9 FM. As an organizer, creator, and trainer, the Volunteer Coordinator position allows him to do what he loves – use an entrepreneurial mindset and a nonprofit setting to help people grow personally and professionally by providing resources, connections, and ideas. He loves to watch creativity and collaboration build community, but his most valued time is spent with his wife and son, playing games, traveling the world, and exploring nature, science, and silliness.