Matt Moore--Public Address Announcer
Matt joined the Admirals staff in 1999 as a game day host and took over as the public address announcer at the start of the 2001-2002 season. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Matt is the son of former admirals PA Announcer Keith Moore.
Hockey has always been at the forefront for Matt, and his voice is heard at every Admirals home game after goals, penalties and during timeouts. He also conducts on-ice interviews with players during intermissions. He currently resides with his wife and son in Wauwatosa WI.
Hojo - Manages-Marketing and entertainment
Heather Wojciechowski, affectionately known by her peers as “HOJO,” begins her 13th year with the Admirals. She handles all aspects of planning and implementation of the game-day entertainment experience. Once a member of the “Lee Jeans Puck Patrol,” Heather now supervises this enthusiastic group of game-day workers.
In her spare time, Heather enjoys shopping, texting while she jogs, and spending time with family and friends.
Meg McKenzie - Weekend Game Host
Meg is the face and voice you hear hosting the team’s in-game antics like trivia contests, burger races, eating showdowns and the ever-popular Uncle Ben's Human Hockey Puck. Raised in the Twin Cities, Meg grew up loving hockey. Her favorite thing about the Admirals… the fans!
Off the ice, Meg is one of the voices you wake up to every morning on Oldies 95.7's "Murphy & Meg in the Morning!" You can also catch her doing news for 97.3 Radio Now, News/Talk 1130 WISN and AM920. Meg loves hockey and radio, but her favorite job is: mom. She and her sons Lance, Trenton and Ethan are happy to call New Berlin home.
Ryan Miller - Weeknight Game Host
Ryan and the Admirals began their relationship back in 2000, when he was an communications intern. He has worn many hats with the team since then, including game-night host.
Ryan can be heard on FM 102/1, WLUM, where he hosts the Indie Soundcheck program. In his spare time, he likes to make mix-tapes, see concerts at the Pabst Theater, and bowl under his average. Ryan currently resides with his wife Kristen and his son Evan in Glendale.
Theresa Taylor - Game-Operations Manager
Theresa has been a valuable member of the Milwaukee Admirals since the 1998-99 season. When she's not running around organizing fans to participate in TV timeout contests or intermission promotions, she's usually assisting the Game Host, anthem singers, pre-game participants, (need we go on?)
She graduated from Alverno College with a degree in Chemistry and now works full time as a chemist. In her free time she likes to play soccer, snowboard, shop and have as much fun as humanly possible.
Harry Castaldo - Game Day Assistant
To start with, yes, his name is actually Harry, which then fits into a greater irony... HE'S BALD! Who doesn't love an oxymoron?
You can usually find him next to Roscoe making sure he has enough t-shirts and beefsticks to fulfill all the fan's needs. It may appear easy but trust us, that Roscoe is a needy one!!!
In his free time, which is quite sparse, you can find Harry watching the Brewers, playing volleyball, or teaching Taekwondo. And a random fact about him? He can solve a Rubik's Cube in under a minute.
Scott Fisher - Blimp Pilot
Scott Joined the Admirals in 1994, he owns the Gift of Wings kite store in Veterans Park and a retail aviation store in Franklin. (www.giftofwings.com) He is also a licensed commercially rated pilot, flight instructor, and airplane mechanic “in his spare time."
He likes to say that he has taken Admirals sponsorships to NEW HEIGHTS. Scott also manufactures blimps for sports teams and marketing companies all over the world under THE company name of “Blimpworks”. His blimp travels have taken him to Ireland, Singapore, Canada, and almost every state, and he has actually flown a full sized blimp.