Q: How long have you been with WUSF Public Media?
A: I have been with the organization since 2010.
Q: What is your job title and what do you do?
A: I am a show host and newscaster on WUSF -89.7. I also fill in occasionally on Classical WSMR.
Q: What are you most proud of as a member of the WUSF Public Media team?
A: Our news team.
Q: What makes WUSF Public Media a great place to work?
A: The people. This is the most talented and fun crew I have ever had the pleasure to work with.
Q: What do you love most about your job?
A: The commitment to excellence. Nobody here settles for “good enough”.
Q: What are you most proud of as it relates to all that WUSF Public Media offers to your viewers, listeners and members?
A: This staff delivers information and entertainment on a level no one else in town can touch. I am proud to say I listened to WUSF for years before I came to work here.
Q: Do you have a “memorable moment” that you would like to share with others as WUSF Public Media celebrates its 50th anniversary?
A: I wish someone had been filming the planning for coverage of the 2012 Republican National Convention. It was a massive undertaking. There were 25 people in involved. Every contingency was planned for. Once it was planned, it was broken down again to make sure we got the stories behind the stories. There were thousands of media covering the convention but nobody got the stuff we got.