Jeff ShermanCarnivore Radio was created and hosted by Jeffrey Sherman who has over fifteen years of corporate and technology experience in addition to being a professor of business and economics at Southern Connecticut State University in addition to designing and teaching a wide array of business related courses for Connecticut’s community colleges. Jeff brings to the show a conservative yet open minded prospective to the show by probing guests from all sides in an effort to shed new light on topics and explore opportunities for listeners to explore issues from multiple prospective.

Marty KeenaCarnivore Radio is co-hosted by Marty Keena, Chris Calandra and Eric Lopkin. Marty Keena is an educator with over twenty-five years of public school experience in diverse economic settings.  Marty brings a liberal perspective to the show, helping to provide listeners of Carnivore Radio a broad perspective to on-air discussions.  A graduate of Keene State College and The University of Virginia, Marty focuses upon the social ramifications of business practices and political decisions.

Chris ClandraChris adds his own perspective to the show. As a Certified Financial Planner with over 20 years experience in helping small business owners, families, and individuals attain their financial goals and objectives and owner of Elliott Wealth Management. Chris explains various financial concepts in a way that’s easily understood, allowing listeners to understand the complex concepts driving the economy.

Eric LopkinEric brings a knowledge of politics, economics and business to the show. Eric’s unique ability comes from his years of experience as a reporter and his background in strategic business consulting. Eric is the founder of The Modern Observer Group where he manages a team of coaches and consultants with diverse specialties, ranging from marketing and communication to economics and management that enables businesses of all sizes and disciplines to achieve success. Eric also serves on the board of directors of the CT Humane Society.