Wamba was hired as the first-ever Athletics Video Producer in October 2015.
He oversees all of the athletics video production from game day broadcasts, post-game highlights, Hall of Fame videos, recruiting videos and much more. He produces season highlights, regularly scheduled coaches shows, and other special feature projects.
Prior to returning to Stevenson, Wamba spent a season working with the Aberdeen IronBirds as a Video Production Assistant. He scheduled and managed interns for game day broadcasts, managed and organized production gear, and created video and still image content for in-house video board and social media sites. In addition, Wamba created feature videos for the Cal Ripken World Series Championship game broadcasts and produced radio broadcasts or road games.
Wamba also worked as a videographer for Webstream Productions, working at the 2014 Cal Ripken World Series Championship games that aired on CBS Sports Network.
A graduate of Stevenson, Wamba earned his Bachelor of Arts in Film, Video, and Theater with a video concentration in 2014. Wamba spent his entire undergraduate career working for the athletics department video production team.
Wamba and his wife Caitlin, a 2013 graduate of Stevenson, reside in Hampstead with their dog, Boomer.