Ian McAra (Operations manager) is from Derby, England. He received a two-year degree in Sport & Leisure Management from Clarendon College in Nottingham, England before attending Alderson Broaddus University in Philippi, WV on a soccer scholarship. He graduated from AB with a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education. Ian was the Programming and Event Supervisor at Mylan Park in Morgantown before spending thirteen years as the Advancement Director at Notre Dame High School & St. Mary's Grade School in Clarksburg. He was primarily responsible for annual giving campaigns, donor/alumni relations, and special events. Ian started his current position at the Robinson Grand in September 2021. He resides in Clarksburg with his wife Melissa and three sons, Michael, Matthew, & Luke.
Noah Martin (Technical Director) is from Clarksburg, WV, and attended Robert C. Byrd High School, which is where his passion for the arts began. While enrolled at Robert C. Byrd, he was the three-time winner of the Harrison County Theater Awards for best student sound design. After his high school career, he went on to attend Full Sail University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Show Production. He earned this degree rather quickly, as he did the entire 4-year program through an on-campus 2 year accelerated program. It was throughout these two years where he thoroughly improved on his knowledge and technical know-how of everything tech-related be it audio, lighting, or show production in general. As he graduated only mere months before the height of Covid, Noah went on to start his own personal audio and lighting company known as Glitch Free Productions which he operated with great success despite such trying times. Noah then signed on with his current position of Technical Director in September of 2021, where he plans to stay for many years to come. He resides in Nutter Fort, WV.