Holli has spent her entire career working with Fortune 500 brands in new business development and sales management. Her experience spans across a wide variety of industries having worked for Valassis, Coupons.com, University of Michigan (U-M) Athletics, Domino’s and most recently Thomas Duke Commercial Real Estate. Holli’s success in corporate media sales includes winning major accounts such as Wal-Mart, Little Caesar’s, and ConAgra. Continue reading “Holli Eaton | Corporate Sponsorship Director”
Ronotta has worked for the University of Michigan Dining including managing North Quad’s Blue Cafe before joining Michigan Radio. In addition to being part of the U of M family for over 5 years as an employee, Ronotta earned her BA in Psychology with a minor in Marketing from U of M Dearborn as an undergrad. A native of Ann Arbor, she currently lives in Ypsilanti along with her 2 children. Outside of work Ronotta enjoys ‘Painting with a Twist’ and getting lost in music.
Jaci Kovala has been at Michigan Radio since May 2019 as an Account Executive on the Corporate Support team.
She has been a longtime Michigan Radio fan and supporter, and is thrilled to bring her passion and enthusiasm for public media to the team.
Jaci proudly serves Michigan Radio as she seeks to build and cultivate long-lasting relationships with local and National companies who believe in Michigan Radio’s mission and want to partner to expand their reach to our unique, engaged audience of dedicated listeners. In combination with listener support and major giving donations, corporate support is an important part of helping Michigan Radio achieve its goals and maintain its standards for journalistic excellence.
Caroline is a third year history major at the University of Michigan. She also works at The Michigan Daily, where she has been a copy editor and an opinion columnist. When she’s not at work, you can find her down at Argo Pond as a coxswain for the Michigan men’s rowing team. Caroline loves swimming, going for walks, being outdoors, cooking, trivia, and spending time with her two-year-old cat, Pepper.
Christa Quinn is a Corporate Support Account Executive at Michigan Radio, and while she is new to radio, she’s no stranger to working in the media. Christa is an AMS-sealed certified meteorologist who spent nearly 25 years in front of the camera broadcasting the weather in such cities as Albuquerque, NM, Traverse City, MI, Toledo, OH, Philadelphia, PA and Detroit. Alas, the 2am wake-up calls got old, so she stepped away from the camera.
Christa has always been an avid listener of Michigan Radio, so it seemed natural for her to join the team. Prior to coming to Michigan Radio, Christa was the Marketing and Communications Coordinator for Motawi Tileworks in Ann Abor. Continue reading “Christa Quinn | Corporate Support Account Executive”
20-year-old Adam Rayes, a current stateside production intern, will finish his bachelor’s degree in journalism at Western Michigan University after just three years in April 2019. He fell in love with journalism during his last semester of high school when he was given the opportunity to dual-enroll at the nearby Monroe County Community College and work at its newspaper. Continue reading “Adam Rayes | Stateside Production Assistant”
Katie is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, where she studied Art & Design with an emphasis in Photography. She developed a keen and observant eye early on while looking for Petoskey stones in her hometown, along the shores of Lake Michigan. Her goal, as a maker and a human, is to establish relationships with people and enhance the art of storytelling. Continue reading “Katie Raymond | Digital News Intern”
Chelsea Roberts is a Corporate Support Account Executive for Michigan Radio, since 2019.
Chelsea grew up in East Lansing and graduated from Lansing Community College and Michigan State University before heading to the Pacific Northwest for six years. Before joining Michigan Radio, Chelsea worked in corporate support and development at Northwest Public Broadcasting in Washington State where her fundraising and marketing efforts grew audience ratings and corporate sponsorship contributions. She is grateful to be continuing her public media career back in Michigan, her home.