The following staff members are responsible for the creation of all the content that goes into The Wolverine. Publication of The Wolverine would not be possible without their dedication and excellent work. Feel free to reach out to a staff member through their school email address for any comments or to inquire about news related content.
- Graham Ashby ’20
- Will Bozeman ’20
- Anna Goeppner ’20
- Will Grosee ’20
- Nicholas Hahn ’22
- Zack Herbst ’22
- Kyle Keegan ’20
- Gabrielle Re ’23
- Klaus Rowan ’20
- Louis Silverstein ’20
- Raina Washington ’20
Graham Ashby is a senior at Walker and this is his first year on the Journalism staff. He played football and lacrosse throughout high school. Graham plans on attending The University of North Georgia this fall to study Business Management.
Will Bozeman is a senior at Walker. This is his first year on the journalism staff, but he has enjoyed it. Will played football and basketball for the Wolverines. He is going to Auburn University to study Environmental Science next year.
Anna Goeppner is a senior and reporter for the Wolverine. She has been at Walker since preschool and plays varsity lacrosse as well as participating in student athletic training. After graduation, she will be attending the University of South Carolina to study sport and entertainment management.
Senior Will Grosse has been at Walker for 4 years and this his 2nd year working for The Wolverine. His favorite part of writing for the Wolverine is the freedom to explore many topics. Many of Will’s articles focus on various sporting events around Walker and the US. Outside of school Will enjoys spending time with friends and playing Xbox.
Nick Hahn is a sophomore who reports on the WNN and the Wolverine. He plays Varsity Basketball and Lacrosse. Nick is often associated in the comedy duo “NickandZack”, and together they bring a fun dynamic to the journalism team.
Zack Herbst is a sophomore at Walker and has attended since 8th grade when he moved from Kansas. He enjoys hanging out with his friends, spending time outdoors, and producing music. You may know Zack from his groundbreaking segment on WNN, Nick-and-Zack. You can find him at school every weekday, and occasionally on weekends.
Kyle Keegan is currently a senior at The Walker School. He has attended the school since sixth grade and has been involved in the school’s varsity football, wrestling, and lacrosse teams, along with being a member of the school’s Student Council, Peer Leadership program, Walker News Network, and yearbook staff. Kyle enjoys listening to music, watching documentaries, playing video games, and hanging out with his friends. He’s currently undecided for his college choice but wants to continue his interest in journalism and communications.
Gabrielle is currently a freshman at Walker and has attended the school since grade 8. She participated in varsity cheer for the first year and plans to continue throughout her time at Walker. She likes to sleep, eat Chick-Fil-A, watch TikTok and when she is feeling spontaneous, attend school.
Louis Silverstein is a senior at The Walker School. He enjoys sports, including lacrosse, football and especially baseball. Louis took journalism to talk of topics that he otherwise normally could not go into detail on.
Raina Washington first joined multimedia journalism during her junior year. She loves broadcasting, creating, and filming for the Walker News Network. Other hobbies include playing lacrosse, working in the lower school, and volunteering at the school whenever the chance arises. As a departing senior Raina will miss her time as an editor and part of the cast, but can’t wait to see what the future holds for WNN. Go Wolverines!!
- Mr. Richard Gibson
Richard Gibson serves as Upper School Film and Video Class Teacher, Multimedia-Journalism class co-advisor and audio visual and technology support for The Walker School in Marietta, GA. Mr. Gibson earned a B.A. in Mass Communications from Middle Tennessee State University. He has played guitar with The Walker School’s award winning musical bands. He is a music fanatic, playing and listening, and enjoys learning and teaching about all things technology related. Mr. Gibson lives in Marietta with his wife and young son.