Featured Profile: Ginya Carnahan
with Dattoli Cancer Center
Q. When do you watch and/or listen to WUSF?
A. Usually weekdays while I’m in the office or in my car, and Saturday mornings.
Q. What is your favorite program or show and why?
A. I guess I enjoy Diane Rehm the most - although it is hard to select just one! Her interviews are always interesting and enlightening … unusual subject matter not available elsewhere.
Q. What five words would you share with others about why your organization supports WUSF?
A. Public – Trustworthy – Unique – Demographics - Educational
Q. How has public broadcasting had an impact on your life?
A. I have personally been a fan of public radio and TV for many years. I believe it has expanded my knowledge base exponentially, and has served to entertain me for many, many hours.
Q. If you had to select one program to be on the air for the next 50 years – what do you think it should be?
A. When I can listen in, I always enjoy "Science Friday." Maybe because I am immersed in the world of science and medicine, or maybe because I was raised by parents who encouraged me to be curious about the world around me.
Q. Which public broadcasting personality would you like to invite to a dinner party? What’s the first question you’d ask them?
A. Either Click or Clack … and my question would be “Are there any more at home like you?”
Q. How long have you partnered with WUSF?
A. More than 12 years.
Q. What sets WUSF Public Media apart from other organizations when you consider your marketing decisions?
A.I appreciate the mission of public media and commitment to quality. I know that the listeners/viewers are educated, maturing individuals who would/could use our services. Perfect fit.
Q. What would you say to a friend to inspire them to enjoy and discover all that WUSF has to offer?
A. What have you been waiting for?
Congrats on 50 Years!!!