Jayson Peters is a digital, social and print media professional, and founder of the blog Nerdvana.

Who is Jayson Peters?

  • Creator and curator of the award-winning Nerdvana
  • “Journotech” guy specializing in WordPress and other CMS administration and customization
  • Journalist and instructor with extensive experience in production management, content creation and editing and design for digital, print and social media.
  • Father, husband, gamer, blogger, educator, manager

Where you can find Jayson Peters …



Pueblo Community College

  • Adjunct faculty: web design instructor, 2013-
    • October 2015 part-time faculty of the month
  • Curriculum development: content management systems, 2017

Southern Colorado Press Club

  • Board member, 2015-17
    • Vice president, 2019-21
    • Past-president/board member, 2018-19
    • President, 2016-18
    • Webmaster, 2015-2022

Recent creations by Jayson Peters …

Where Jayson Peters has been before …

Colorado Publishing House:

The Pueblo Chieftain


  • Occasional contributor for the popular GeekDad website, 2010-11, 2017-

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

  • Adjunct faculty instructor of online media at Arizona State University’s Downtown Phoenix campus, 2010-11

East Valley Tribune

  • Web editor, assistant news editor, copy editor, page designer, editorial assistant and proud obituary clerk at the Pulitzer Prize-winning suburban Phoenix, Ariz., newspaper, 1998-2011


  • Society of Professional Journalists Region 9 conference 2018, Denver: Incorporating HTML into reporting
  • Southern Colorado Press Club, various dates: paid content, online calendars

Other past roles:

Jayson Peters’ Education

Arizona State University

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

  • Bachelor of Arts degree, Journalism

Maricopa County Community College District (Arizona)

Phoenix College

  • Associate of Arts degree, Classical Studies
    • Latin

Phoenix Central High School

  • International Baccalaureate Program studies
  • Spanish
  • Academic Olympics alternate
  • Concert/Marching Band (woodwinds)
  • Literary magazine “Anthenzum”