Eventinterface Welcomes New Advisory Board Members

Eventinterface is pleased to welcome Kiran RajBhandary and Dr. Jeremy Babendure to its Professional Advisory Board.

Kiran RajBhandary Eventinterface Advisory Board MemberKIRAN (RAJ) RAJBHANDARY is the founder of V12 Studios LLC, a Scottsdale, Arizona based consultancy providing strategic start up, branding, design and marketing solutions to businesses in a spectrum of markets worldwide.

“I am very excited to be working with the Eventinterface team. Eventinterface is taking technology and connecting businesses, attendees, and compelling content in new, powerful ways. I look forward to helping Eventinterface continue its growth and expand its role as the technology brand that integrates event planning - with users productive in their roles, businesses profiting and attendees benefitting,” said Kiran Rajbhandary.

His clients include: Apple Computer, Boeing, Boingo Wireless, Cartoon Network, DirecTV, Disney Interactive, EAU Technology, Ford, Footlocker, FOX Sports, Gary Sinise Foundation, Harley-Davidson, Mikasa Sports, NASCAR, Nexcore Capital, Nickelodeon, Time-Warner, and Universal Studios, among others.

Prior to finding V12 Studios, RajBhandary was Creative Director at FRCH/SDI Worldwide, taught graduate design at Otis/Parsons School of Design in Los Angeles, designed international art exhibits and publications while at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and has served as the Director of Design International for MOCA China.

RajBhandary's work resides in the Library of Congress, the collections of numerous museums, and he has been recognized with awards from the AIGA, Art Directors of Los Angeles, The Los Angeles Illustrators Society, Macromedia, Promax/Broadcast Design Association, Invision, Webby, STEP 100 Design, and the American Museum Association.

Dr. Jeremy Babendure, Eventinterface Advisory Board MemberDR. JEREMY BABENDURE is the Executive Director of the Annual Arizona SciTech Festival Initiative and Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Arizona State University and the University of Arizona. The annual festival includes over 450 collaborators, 500 events and draws over 300,000 participants. Prior to his work in Arizona, Jeremy received his doctorate in in the lab of recent Nobel Laureate, Dr. Roger Tsien at the University of California, San Diego developing molecular sensors for the detection of RNA. Following this work, he and Roger launched the ScienceBridge program as mechanism to bring current science to the San Diego schools annually impacting ~200 teachers, ~20,000 students, and ~60,000 community members and attaining $12M+ in national grants.