Featured Guests

The Sangawa Project 2016 is proud to announce our two featured guests, Cassandra Morris and Todd Haberkorn who will grace the Sangawa Project with informative panels and special cocktail hours! Additionally. we are proud to showcase two fan-favorites, singer/songwriter Nancy Kepner and Anime Anthropologist Charles Dunbar!

Todd Haberkorn

Todd Haberkorn has been on stage, on set, and behind a mic for many years. Not only is Todd an actor in LA, he works as a producer, writer, and director as well. And he’s even been an action figure or two. Haberkornmobile sold separately. In the animated world, he went on to voice roles such as Sparrow Hood in Ever After High, Elfonso in Sophia The First, Natsu from Fairy Tail, Italy from Hetalia, Ling Yao from Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Tierno from Pokemon, Allen Walker from D. Gray Man, Hikaru Hitachin from Ouran High School Host Club, Death The Kid from Soul Eater, and many others. As far as video games go, you’d recognize his voice in the Call of Duty Series, Persona series, World of Warcraft, Street Fighter IV, Ghostbusters, Silent Hill: Book of Memories, Borderlands 2, and Rage to name a handful. His voice makes sure to get its marathon training in as an award winning narrator for audiobooks. Do a Google search and you’ll find everything from thrillers and young adult to zombie sagas and children’s books. Currently, hear him as  the voice of Meccano’s build-able robot toy, MeccaNoid. As far as on camera is concerned see him in the internationally recognized and award winning, Star Trek Continues, as Spock. When he isn’t working on films, industrials, and television projects for other companies, Todd does work with his company Out of the Office Productions. This is one aspect of a long history of on camera work in narrative film, commercials, and shorts. When he isn’t fighting digital monsters in video games or trying to save the day on film, Todd travels the U.S. and internationally making appearances at gnarly pop culture conventions as a guest to meet super cool fans and sign autographs. He is represented by The Horne Agency, LMTalent, Jeff Zannini Management, Go Voices Talent Agency, and VOX USA.

Cassandra Lee Morris

Cassandra Lee Morris is a voice actor for anime, video games, audiobooks and cartoons.


Some of her most well-known roles include Leafa in Sword Art Online, Nami in League of Legends, Kyubey in Madoka Magica, Edea Lee in Bravely Default/Bravely Second, Lin in Xenoblade Chronicles X and Taiga in Toradora! She is also proud to play Bubbles on the Netflix series “Popples.”

She can also be heard in the following video games: Fie in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel franchise, Sumomo in Persona 4: Dancing all Night, Nana in God Eater 2: Rage Burst, Elphelt in Guilty Gear Xrd Sign, Sophie in Tales of Graces f, Mutsuki in Final Fantasy Type-0, Leifang in Dead or Alive 5, Celia in Infamous: Second Son, Grace in There Came An Echo, Minette in Skullgirls, Aoi Asahina in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Amber in Rune Factory 4, Calilica in Ys: Memories of Celceta, Hitomi in Devil Summoners: Soul Hacker, Totori in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland, Gust in Hyperdimension Neptunia, Lapis in Unchained Blades, Allysse in Vindictus, and many more.

Cassandra entered the anime world as Yubel in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, and later voiced twins Leo and Luna for Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds. She can also be heard in the following anime roles: Atra in Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans, Saki in DuRaRaRa, Ritsu in K-On!, Tsubasa in Love Live!, Calaveras in Sailor Moon, Nee in Blue Exorcist, Usamaro in Blue Exorcist: The Movie, Sue in Doraemon, Aoi in Coppelion, Saki in DuRaRaRa!, Amy in Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, Patema in Patema Inverted, Aika Nakamura in Persona 4: The Animation, Marble in Pokemon, Yuki-Onna in Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Teo in Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror, Nadya in First Squad and Uppi in Slayers Revolution-R.

Cassandra is also an award-winning audiobook narrator. She has lent her voice to over 200 books by authors like James Patterson, R.L. Stine, Sara Shepard, Pseudonymous Bosch and Jerry Spinelli. She was named a “genre-defining voice” for kids’ fiction by Audible.com, and usually voices young adult and middle grade novels as well as children’s books. 

When she isn’t in the voiceover booth, Cassandra is obsessively posting photos on Instagram (@cassandra.morris), Facebooking (facebook.com/ilovecassandralee), and Tweeting (@socassandra).

Josh Grelle

A native Texan and avid anime fan, Josh Grelle has been working in voice work for over 10 years. After starting with ADV Films in January 2004, Josh was quickly bombarded with tons of in-booth experience on a wide range of shows, including Wedding Peach, Steam Detectives, 009-1, and the legendary Gatchaman. He began working for FUNimation Entertainment in 2006. Since then, he has starred in numerous titles; his most famous being Kenichi in Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple. Other roles include Armin in Attack on Titan, Kyohei in The Wallflower, Kouichi in Linebarrles of Iron, Yuki in Future Diary, Itsuki in Initial D, and Kuranosuke in Princess Jellyfish. More recent roles include Chow from Starship Troopers: Invasion, Nicky in Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, Kazuya Aoi in Freezing, Yuji Sakai in Shakugan no Shana, Akihisa Yoshii in Baka and Test, and Komatsu in Toriko. Aside from anime, Josh has lent his voice to a number of video games, including Sima Shi in Dynasty Warriors 7, Xbalanque in Smite, Dave in Borderlands 2, and the voice of the “energetic” custom character in Dragonball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi.  Josh is represented by The Mary Collins Agency.

Nancy Kepner

Nancy Kepner loves to joke with her friends about the ridiculous things that happen in anime and the surrounding fandom.  It’s easy for her, because at heart she’s just a huge fan who sets her love of all things anime to music.  Armed with a guitar and clever song lyrics, Nancy Kepner has performed at numerous conventions original songs like “The Explaining Anime to Your Parents Song” and “They Found Out About my Yaoi”.  She currently has three albums full of these hilarious songs available for purchase on CD Baby, iTunes, and Amazon.  You can also find her all year round on her YouTube channel, HeartfeltHumor, delighting viewers with original guitar compositions, live performances, and the occasional music video.  If there’s something ridiculous that happens in the anime fandom Nancy has probably written a song about it.  And if she hasn’t, let her know!  She loves suggestions!  If it’s weird enough, she may write the song you suggest the moment after you suggest it. Then you’ll feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Wow!

Charles Dunbar

Charles Dunbar is an anthropologist. He studies a lot of things, be it fandom, anime culture, the supernatural or mysterious men in blue boxes. He received his MA in Sociocultural Anthropology in 2011, after utilizing ancient Mayan techniques to hypnotize his department into believing that he was, in fact, the reincarnation of Victor Turner. His thesis, entitled “Pilgrimage, Pageantry and Fan Communities,” was published soon after, and focused on anime convention participation, including stereotyping, spending habits, cosplay and con culture. Be sure to check out Charles Dunbar’s website Study of Anime to keep up to date with his latest adventures.

Todd Haberkorn

Todd Haberkorn has been on stage, on set, and behind a mic for many years. Not only is Todd an actor in LA, he works as a producer, writer, and director as well. And he’s even been an action figure or two. Haberkornmobile sold separately. In the animated world, he went on to voice roles such as Sparrow Hood in Ever After High, Elfonso in Sophia The First, Natsu from Fairy Tail, Italy from Hetalia, Ling Yao from Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Tierno from Pokemon, Allen Walker from D. Gray Man, Hikaru Hitachin from Ouran High School Host Club, Death The Kid from Soul Eater, and many others. As far as video games go, you’d recognize his voice in the Call of Duty Series, Persona series, World of Warcraft, Street Fighter IV, Ghostbusters, Silent Hill: Book of Memories, Borderlands 2, and Rage to name a handful. His voice makes sure to get its marathon training in as an award winning narrator for audiobooks. Do a Google search and you’ll find everything from thrillers and young adult to zombie sagas and children’s books. Currently, hear him as  the voice of Meccano’s  build-able robot toy, MeccaNoid. As far as on camera is concerned see him in the internationally recognized and award winning, Star Trek Continues, as Spock. When he isn’t working on films, industrials, and television projects for other companies, Todd does work with his company Out of the Office Productions. This is one aspect of a long history of on camera work in narrative film, commercials, and shorts. When he isn’t fighting digital monsters in video games or trying to save the day on film, Todd travels the U.S. and internationally making appearances at gnarly pop culture conventions as a guest to meet super cool fans and sign autographs. He is represented by The Horne Agency, LMTalent, Jeff Zannini Management, Go Voices Talent Agency, and VOX USA.

Cassandra Lee Morris

Cassandra Lee Morris is a voice actor for anime, video games, audiobooks and cartoons.


Some of her most well-known roles include Leafa in Sword Art Online, Nami in League of Legends, Kyubey in Madoka Magica, Edea Lee in Bravely Default/Bravely Second, Lin in Xenoblade Chronicles X and Taiga in Toradora! She is also proud to play Bubbles on the Netflix series “Popples.”

She can also be heard in the following video games: Fie in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel franchise, Sumomo in Persona 4: Dancing all Night, Nana in God Eater 2: Rage Burst, Elphelt in Guilty Gear Xrd Sign, Sophie in Tales of Graces f, Mutsuki in Final Fantasy Type-0, Leifang in Dead or Alive 5, Celia in Infamous: Second Son, Grace in There Came An Echo, Minette in Skullgirls, Aoi Asahina in Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, Amber in Rune Factory 4, Calilica in Ys: Memories of Celceta, Hitomi in Devil Summoners: Soul Hacker, Totori in Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland, Gust in Hyperdimension Neptunia, Lapis in Unchained Blades, Allysse in Vindictus, and many more.

Cassandra entered the anime world as Yubel in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, and later voiced twins Leo and Luna for Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds. She can also be heard in the following anime roles: Atra in Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans, Saki in DuRaRaRa, Ritsu in K-On!, Tsubasa in Love Live!, Calaveras in Sailor Moon, Nee in Blue Exorcist, Usamaro in Blue Exorcist: The Movie, Sue in Doraemon, Aoi in Coppelion, Saki in DuRaRaRa!, Amy in Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, Patema in Patema Inverted, Aika Nakamura in Persona 4: The Animation, Marble in Pokemon, Yuki-Onna in Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, Teo in Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror, Nadya in First Squad and Uppi in Slayers Revolution-R.

Cassandra is also an award-winning audiobook narrator. She has lent her voice to over 200 books by authors like James Patterson, R.L. Stine, Sara Shepard, Pseudonymous Bosch and Jerry Spinelli. She was named a “genre-defining voice” for kids’ fiction by Audible.com, and usually voices young adult and middle grade novels as well as children’s books. 

When she isn’t in the voiceover booth, Cassandra is obsessively posting photos on Instagram (@cassandra.morris), Facebooking (facebook.com/ilovecassandralee), and Tweeting (@socassandra).

Josh Grelle

A native Texan and avid anime fan, Josh Grelle has been working in voice work for over 10 years. After starting with ADV Films in January 2004, Josh was quickly bombarded with tons of in-booth experience on a wide range of shows, including Wedding Peach, Steam Detectives, 009-1, and the legendary Gatchaman. He began working for FUNimation Entertainment in 2006. Since then, he has starred in numerous titles; his most famous being Kenichi in Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple. Other roles include Armin in Attack on Titan, Kyohei in The Wallflower, Kouichi in Linebarrles of Iron, Yuki in Future Diary, Itsuki in Initial D, and Kuranosuke in Princess Jellyfish. More recent roles include Chow from Starship Troopers: Invasion, Nicky in Mass Effect: Paragon Lost, Kazuya Aoi in Freezing, Yuji Sakai in Shakugan no Shana, Akihisa Yoshii in Baka and Test, and Komatsu in Toriko. Aside from anime, Josh has lent his voice to a number of video games, including Sima Shi in Dynasty Warriors 7, Xbalanque in Smite, Dave in Borderlands 2, and the voice of the “energetic” custom character in Dragonball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi.  Josh is represented by The Mary Collins Agency.

Nancy Kepner

Nancy Kepner loves to joke with her friends about the ridiculous things that happen in anime and the surrounding fandom.  It’s easy for her, because at heart she’s just a huge fan who sets her love of all things anime to music.  Armed with a guitar and clever song lyrics, Nancy Kepner has performed, at numerous conventions, original songs like “The Explaining Anime to Your Parents Song” and “They Found Out About my Yaoi”.  She currently has three albums full of these hilarious songs available for purchase on CD Baby, iTunes, and Amazon.  You can also find her all year round on her YouTube channel, HeartfeltHumor, delighting viewers with original guitar compositions, live performances, and the occasional music video.  If there’s something ridiculous that happens in the anime fandom Nancy has probably written a song about it.  And if she hasn’t, let her know!  She loves suggestions!  If it’s weird enough, she may write the song you suggest the moment after you suggest it. Then you’ll feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Wow!

Charles Dunbar

Charles Dunbar is an anthropologist. He studies a lot of things, be it fandom, anime culture, the supernatural or mysterious men in blue boxes. He received his MA in Sociocultural Anthropology in 2011, after utilizing ancient Mayan techniques to hypnotize his department into believing that he was, in fact, the reincarnation of Victor Turner. His thesis, entitled “Pilgrimage, Pageantry and Fan Communities,” was published soon after, and focused on anime convention participation, including stereotyping, spending habits, cosplay and con culture. Be sure to check out Charles Dunbar’s website Study of Anime to keep up to date with his latest adventures.