JAM Interactive helps organizations spark individual professional performance while inspiring growth and development.

Utilizing the proven principles of comedic improvisation, JAM Interactive will guide you and your team to discover new and critical communication skills.

Improve innovation, authenticity, trust, group dynamics, brainstorming, confidence, collaboration, adaptation, storytelling and more in a safe, fun, humorous professional environment.

What We Do

JAM Interactive facilitates improv-based interactive team building workshops, and delivers inspiring keynote speeches.

Yes, the same communications skills actors use to entertain the audience on improvised TV shows like ABC’s “Who’s Line Is It Anyway?” translate to the business world.


Our variety of workshops use proven improvisational methods to engage your team, inspire growth, and improve performance. Workshops can be customized to your unique organizational needs. 


Our keynotes are educational and entertaining, designed to inspire your audience toward growth and development using proven improvisational communication techniques. And yes, they are also lightly interactive (but no one has to leave their seats!) 

JAM Interactive Is


Jaime Moyer

Jaime Moyer has been teaching courses in acting and improvisation since 2002. In the corporate world, Jaime has hosted hundreds of workshops for clients ranging from top tech companies to a small group of librarians.

Jaime has taught throughout the United States including at Chicago’s The Second City comedy theatre, Washington Improv Theater, Dallas Comedy House, Michigan’s Planet Ant Theater, and California’s Improv Utopia Camp.  She’s taught abroad in England at Angels Comedy, Improv Utopia in Ireland and Improv Comedy Copenhagen. 

Jaime is a SAG-AFTRA performer who has guest starred on ABC’s Modern Family, NBC’s Parks and Recreation, CBS’ 2 Broke Girls, and Disney’s KC Undercover. She is an alum of the The Second City, and received a B.A. in Theater/Communications from U of D-Mercy.


Marc Warzecha

Marc Warzecha has been teaching improvisation all over the world for twenty years. In the corporate world, Marc has facilitated hundreds of workshops for a wide range of corporate clients including Intel, Ford Motor Company, Duke University, and Dave and Busters. Internationally Marc has been an improv instructor for Yoshimoto Comedy (Japan), Paramount Comedy (Spain), and the United States Embassies in Latvia and Norway. 

Marc is also Writers Guild of America (WGA) Associate Member. He was a writer on Season 2 of Comedy Central’s “Detroiters”, Disney Digital’s Babble brand, and a finalist in NBC Writers on the Verge.

With The Second City comedy theatre, he is multiple-time Jeff Award nominated head writer/director. Select credits: “An Evening with Martin Short” (Second City Corporate – Tour), “Twist Your Dickens”(The Kennedy Center, Washington DC),  “War! Now in it’s 4th Smash Year!” (Second City Chicago Mainstage, Joseph Jefferson nominee: Best Director, Best Revue).


“Improvisation is probably one of the two or three cardinal skills for businesses to learn in the future…”
− John Kao, Harvard Business School

“The rules of improvisation apply beautifully to life…you have to be interested to be interesting, and your job is to support your partners.” -Scott Adsit, NBC’s 30 Rock

“In the long history of humankind those who learned collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed” -Charles Darwin

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