Spawned in the fires of California in the time of disco and bell-bottoms, Travis Woodall now calls the soggy Pacific Northwest his home. Having played more systems than he can count from about twelve years of age, D&D has always been the game he has inevitably been drawn back to. Though he is usually found slumped lifelessly in front of his computer amongst a sea of empty beer bottles, Travis is also known to enjoy reading, writing, and on rare occasion, spending time with his wife of 15 years and his son.
Robert Adducci is an RPG community organizer and helps out games stores and conventions in the Denver area with social media and community management. He is a die-hard Dark Sun fan and the founder of the Burnt World of Athas website (Athas.org). Robert was born in the deserts of Athas, aka Phoenix, AZ, but now lives in the cool climate of Colorado with his wife, a new little adventurer, and two animal companions.
I've played D&D in some form or another since 1982. Before working with D&D Expeditions I had the distinct honor of serving as a Living Greyhawk Triad member and a member of the admin staff for Living Forgotten Realms. I recently retired from 20 years of service in the U.S. Army to attend graduate school at the University of Washington. I also have a distinct fondness for pugs.
Associate Content Manager
Claire Hoffman, along with numerous dragons, a few cats and an indulgent husband, resides in a home atop of a very small hill in Ohio. She had the privilege of shepherding the Living Death Campaign for ten years. After a brief hiatus from campaign management she assisted the LFR campaign first as a Co-Writing Director (Waterdeep) and then as a Global Admin.
Associate Community Manager
Associate Resource Manager
Greg Marks is an evil mastermind directing his criminal army of precocious felines from the birthplace of gaming: Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. He and his cat minions have worked on products for multiple editions of Dungeons and Dragons including Complete Scoundrel, City of Stormreach and Dragon Magic.
Western Canada Regional Coordinator
I've been gaming for a good while, my favourties include D&D (Obvs), and all the Stars (Gate, Trek, Wars). I currently am running a total of 5 games in a month, some weekly, some bi-weekly, and some monthly.
When I am not being the Western Canada Coordinator for Adventure League I am also a student at SFU in the school of Communications; and I am the RPG/Tabletop Organiser for GaymerX (CON).
US Southwest Regional Coordinator
Robert is originally from Dallas, TX. Like many others, he began playing D&D at the ripe age of 12 yrs. old. For him, that means 1980. He now works as a project manager and web developer in Oklahoma City where he lives with his wife and son and beagle. A music performance graduate in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas, when he's not playing D&D, he is often playing his saxophone or enjoying the outdoors by rock climbing. His favorite aspect of D&D is psionics and the Dark Sun world. He is the DDAL organizer for Game HQ in Oklahoma City and writes adventures for Adventurers League.
Rocky Mountain Regional Coordinator
Heralding from Tooele, UT, Derek Gray is the Regional Coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Region where he works to expand D&D Adventurers League. A storytelling aficionado, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Folklore and Business, Derek has been weaving tales as a Dungeon Master / Game Master for over 20 years. Derek was first introduced to gaming in 1994 when he played as a dwarf in a Hollow World campaign for Classic Dungeons & Dragons and in 1996 picked up the AD&D Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting and has been running games since.
Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator
I am a pop culture fan boy, with a definite penchant for D&D, Fantasy and Sci-Fi. These genres were a great distraction in high school as I tried to forget how much I sucked at math. I love everything about meeting new people and helping out however possible.
Latin America Regional Coordinator
US Great Lakes Regional Coordinator
I have been playing D&D on and off again for the last 35 years. I am a huge fan of the Dragonlance setting since I was young. I was born in Berwyn, IL, and lived in Brookfield, IL, most of my life. I currently am living in the city of my Birth and work as a merchandiser in my spare time.
US North East Regional Coordinator
Cindy Moore has been an avid RPG player and referee since 1983. She has written and edited several D&D-related projects for small gaming companies over the years in addition to regularly running games as Gen Con, Origins, and several local gaming stores. Recently, she has be given the status of Level 5 GM by Baldman Games. Also, she has been added to the AL Adventure writing team. Cindy lives just outside of Buffalo, NY, with her husband, their two sons, and a small, white, fluffy bundle of unconditional love.
US Plains Regional Coordinator
I have been playing D&D now for 40 years (Since 1974). It has been a long and worthy journey. During that time I have been mostly a DM. During that time I have been in the Army. Been married twice (the second time truly a charm). Have a Son and a Step-Daughter. Thanks to my Son I have two grandchildren. I Love gaming and run 4 games a week, including D&D Adventurers League on Wed Nights here in Minnesota at The Source in the Twin Cities (Roseville).
Recently I was appointed the position of Regional Coordinator for the US Plains area for the Adventurer's League. I consider it both an honor and privilege.
US Far West Regional Coordinator
US Southeast Regional Coordinator
Europe Regional Coordinator
I've been a journalist for 25 years, working for TV, radio and the print media. A grateful cancer survivor, I am married with two young dragonslayers. I have been devoted to Dungeons and Dragons since playing my first game (The Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh) in 1983. I am honoured to be the Regional Co-ordinator for the Adventurers' League (Europe)! I am here to help spread the love for our great hobby and am looking forward to forging new alliances with gamers in my patch. In the new Adventurers' League world I play a dubious elven wizard (4th level) called Varekai (Zhentarim faction). Did I mention I love the new edition of DnD?
While not every post will be true internet perfection, you can be sure that Io will never post a cat video.Also, Io is not nearly as cool as his distant relative Ao.