Ian Mouser has over 15 years of experience working with at-risk and marginalized youth. He has worked as a Program Director for Wilderness Trails, and as a Treatment Counselor, Life Skills Trainer, and Music Teacher for Albertina Kerr Centers. As a musician, Mouser has performed in bands whose songs have been played at the MTV Video Music Awards. He has toured the western United States and across the globe playing music and participating in humanitarian aid work. He continues to write, record and perform his own music throughout the northwest. Mouser is the founder of My Voice Music, a nonprofit organization based in Portland Oregon that engages marginalized youth in music and performance in order to promote self-esteem, social skills and emotional expression.
Online Communications Coordinator
Trent was born in Portland and adopted into the same family as his biological half-sister by pure coincidence. Trent spent his formative years in Centralia, Washington learning to play a plethora of musical instruments and refining an ear for audio production. After college, he moved back to Portland with his indie-rock band, Wester Daywick.
Trent jumped head-first into the non-profit world of fundraising, event planning and currently manages the social media for KZME Radio, p:ear and various local organizations. When not utilizing his skills in graphic design, audio/video production, online communications and happen-making to raise excitement and awareness for his projects, he enjoys encouraging his girlfriend's kids to pick up after themselves and is a die-hard fan of kittens.