GearJunkie leads the outdoor industry in breaking news and product reviews in the active-lifestyle world. From offices in Denver and Minneapolis, GearJunkie’s journalists, writers, and video producers advance the conversation online and beyond. Millions of monthly readers follow GearJunkie and engage through our active social and newsletter channels. We also produce events and publish a weekly syndicated column distributed in print newspapers around the U.S.
The GearJunkie Team
|Editorial Director||Sean McCoy|
|Senior Editor||Billy Brown|
|Hunt & Fish Editor||Nicole Qualtieri|
|Assistant Editor||Alex Kirk|
|Social Media Manager||Mallory Paige|
|VP Marketing & Operations||Ryan Johnson|
|Projects & Marketing||Jake Ferguson, Kurt Barclay|
|CFO||Mike Santi firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sales||Zach Burton email@example.com, Kyle Nossaman firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Contributing Editors||Chelsey Magness, Jason Magness, Tom Puzak, Steve Graepel, Bryon Dorr, Andy Cochrane, Berne Broudy, Christophe Noel, Kraig Becker|
|Contributors/Reporters||Seiji Ishii, Anthony Sculimbrene, Sam Salwei, Raquel Hernández-Cruz|
History of GearJunkie
In 2002, Minneapolis-based journalist Stephen Regenold started “The Gear Junkie” as a nationally-syndicated newspaper column. A climber and competitive endurance athlete, Regenold is the consummate outdoorsman. He continues to travel the world to test gear and cover fascinating people and places in the world outdoors.
Regenold’s popular column became a digital publication in 2006 and has evolved into one of the most respected online outlets in the outdoor industry. Today GearJunkie.com employs editors, writers, videographers, and project and sales teams at its Minneapolis headquarters and editorial office in Denver.
GearJunkie sister company Monopoint Media builds content, video, and design projects and campaigns for some of the largest and most innovative outdoor companies in the world. We also produce live events and activations for brands and partners around the U.S.
We support the following organizations in their missions to better the outdoors and our communities through financial and in-kind support: