Founder & CEO
With us since our founding, Susan May was the author who discovered Audiblegate and it was her passion for justice which brought authors, narrators and organzations around the world to back her fight against Audible. Susan brings years of business and marketing experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organization grow and succeed.
Cathy Oasheim is a proud U.S. Navy veteran, and a professional editor, and a member of the Non Fiction Authors Association as well as volunteering for the Library of Congress working on the Veterans Oral History Project.
As a TERM director, Cathy brings her sharp attention to detail in her determination to advocate for independent authors.
Victoria Fitzgerald is a UK based narrator and voiceover artist and TERM director. Victoria brings her unique communication style to support TERM's marketing and publicity efforts to spread the word in our campaign.
Publicity and Media
Audiobook narrator and producer, Ellen Quay, is never happier than when she's recording a mystery from her home studio in the USA. When it became clear that the audiobook industry was being held hostage by a monopoly, Ellen joined TERM to help shine a light on the mystery of missing audiobook sales. She believes that narrators and authors need to stand together against monopolistic behavior in order to have a healthy industry.
Noel Eastwood is a retired psychologist with over forty years professional experience in education and psychotherapy. Now a full-time author, Noel manages the Audiblegate and TERM website and has been involved in this fight from day one and assures everyone he will be there until the end.
Abdiel LeRoy is an author and poet who narrates his own audiobooks. Before full-throttle immersion in the performing arts and publishing, he worked as a financial-futures broker and analyst, journalist, broadcaster, teacher, and dance instructor. Now, vexed by the toll on his publishing business from Audible's "sheer incompetence and predatory behavior," he has joined Audiblegate as one of its podcast presenters.
William Bahl is a narrator, author and voice-over artist. As a small business owner and contractor, He works with a variety of clients in the publishing industry. Being part of TERM for William provides a way to advocate for fairness and transparency between independent producers of content and major distributors such as Amazon and Audible.
T. M. Bilderback is a former radio announcer with story ideas persistently running around inside his head, most based on or inspired by classic songs. T.M. joined the TERM team because he believes that every author in every country deserves fair treatment by business partners, and that sharing the stories of those impacted by Audible's practices is important and compelling.