Cogswell College Grads Lead Volunteer Efforts at AES

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Evan Peebles (2nd from left) and Michael McConnell (front row, 3rd from right)

Evan Peebles (class of 2007) and Michael McConnell (class of 2009) are the Volunteer Co-Chairs for the 129th Audio Engineering Society Conference taking place in San Francisco in November.

Evans graduated with a BS in Digital Audio Technology and is currently Technical Support Specialist at Cogswell College. He brings the experience he gained when he served as Co-Chair of the Volunteer Committee two years ago. McConnell graduated with a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies and is Owner at Media Local Studios and Production Manager at Tertia.

Director of Convention Management, Chris Plunkett, said that “Michael McConnell and Evan Peebles are determined to build a reliable, energetic and savvy cadre capable of lending the requisite hands-on support that insures a smooth running program.”

For over 60 years, the AES has been the largest gathering of audio professionals and enthusiasts on the globe, attracting delegates from over 100 countries worldwide. Workshops, tutorials, technical papers and the exhibition floor provide attendees with a wealth of learning, networking and business opportunities.

-Bonnie Phelps, Dean of Institutional Advancement

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