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If you see a tall ferret in a top hat, then it's probably Alkali! This crazy ferret cohosts the Who's Lion Is It Anyway and Dragget Show Podcast when he's not fiddling with the stocks of the 1%. He also has been known to host or cohost all sorts of panels, such as Lupus In Tabula, the charity auction, the Furry Variety Show, Furry Smackdown and more! Alkali also enjoys Tabletop gaming, PC gaming, puns, and stalks on the beach. Feel free to say hello to this Dook of Hazzard.
Huscoon has been involved in the furry fandom since 2001. Originally from Ohio, Huscoon's character is just that, a husky-raccoon hybrid. He bought his first fursuit back in 2004 and has staffed several conventions since 2008. In real life, Huscoon has a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and currently resides in Chicagoland where he works as a data analyst. His hobbies include sports, statistics, baking, and studying for actuarial exams, if that's even a hobby.
Pandez stumbled upon the furry fandom back in 2008 and hasn't looked back since. It has inspired him emotionally and creatively in ways he couldn't have imagined. He is awed and humbled to take over as iFC Chairman for 2015. You can follow his exploits on Twitter @PandezPanda
At the tender age of 8, Leonard discovered Watership Down, not knowing that it was a gateway to a world he would later embrace. When he was 12, a friend introduced him to an obscure game called Dungeons and Dragons. In 1991, another friend introduced him to an online community called FurryMUCK, and he opted to create the first raccoon in that world. Then in 2000, he discovered Ironclaw, and that led him further down the rabbit hole, which brought him to many gaming and furry conventions through the years. Frequently found parked in tabletop gaming rooms with piles of polyhedral random number generators, with a stylish fez upon his head, Leonard will be more than happy to teach you how to play a game.