Jared Johnson

Director of Development and Community Engagement

Jared W. Johnson has been with WVIK since May of 2014, where he serves as the Director of Development and Community Engagement. Before coming to WVIK, Jared W. Johnson served as Director of Marketing for the Quad City Symphony Orchestra. His work with the QCSO included managing partnerships with a variety of cultural partners including Quad City Arts, the Putnam Museum, the Figge Art Museum, Augustana College, the River Music  Experience.

Jared's most memorable moments at the QCSO included overseeing the sold out Music of Led Zeppelin, the performance by world-famous violinist Midori, the multi-media presentation of Holst's The Planets, the record setting Riverfront Pops featuring ABBA: The Concert, and successfully promoting Mark Russell Smith's production of Benjamin Britten's War Requiem.

Before moving to the Quad Cities, Johnson was Assistant Producer at 20/20 Communications, Inc. in Elk Grove Village, IL. While at 20/20 Communications he worked with such clients as the Million Dollar Round Table, Life Fitness, the American Association of Pediatrics, and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Also during this time, Johnson directed a short film, worked on independently produced documentaries, and even directed a music video.

Both Quad City natives, Jared and his wife Beth currently live in Davenport with their four children. Jared received his BA in Communications from Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, in 1998.

Ways to Connect

WVIK spoke with Marcy Mendenhall, President and CEO of SAL Family and Community Services, about how her organization is adjusting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and how the Quad Cities Disaster Relief Fund was able to help.

For more information about SAL Family and Community Services, visit SALFCS.org.

For more information about the Quad Cities Disaster Relief Fund and Unite Quad Cities, visit UniteQuadCities.org.

WVIK spoke with Ashley Velez, Executive Director of Humility Homes and Services, about how her organization is adjusting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and how the Quad Cities Disaster Relief Fund was able to help.

For more information about Humility Homes and Services, visit HumilityHomes.org.

For more information about the Quad Cities Disaster Relief Fund and Unite Quad Cities, visit UniteQuadCities.org.

WVIK spoke with Nicole Cisne-Durbin, President and CEO of Family Resources, about how her orgaization is adjusting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and how the Quad Cities Disaster Relief Fund was able to help.

For more information about Family Resources, visit FamRes.org.

For more information about Unite Quad Cities, visit UniteQuadCities.org.

WVIK spoke with Sharon Snawerdt, Manager of Corporate Communications for Modern Woodmen of America, about how her orgaization is adjusting in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and why they donated $25,000 to the Quad Cities Disaster Relief Fund.

For more information about Modern Woodmen of America, visit ModernWoodmen.org.

For more information, visit UniteQuadCities.org.

Introducing 'The Great Quad Cities Listen'

Aug 11, 2017

The star of WVIK's newest podcast is you!

"RiverWays Stories has helped engage many more people in this effort to create this culture of conservation that we're after." - Kathy Wine, Executive Director, River Action

"WVIK is important to my organization because the relationship builds engagement withing the Quad Cities region. Sharing knowledge is a key to working together." - Joe Taylor, President and CEO, Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau 

"We support WVIK because they support all kinds of environmental activies in the Quad Cities area." - Brian Ritter, Executive Director, Nahant Marsh

  

"WVIK are the biggest champions of our community on the radio." - Dave Heller, Owner, Quad Cities River Bandits

"We can always count on WVIK to spotlight some of these great things the Quad City Symphony brings to the community." - Benjamin Loeb, Executive Director, Quad City Symphony Orchestra

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