Chenita Anderson | Accounts Receivable Clerk

Chenita Anderson is Michigan Radio’s Development Accounts Receivable Clerk Associate.

Her duties include collecting past-due pledge payments from donors and help to ensure the integrity of the auto payment program for Michigan Radio’s membership department.

Chenita started with Michigan Radio as a temp in November 2015. Prior to coming to Michigan Public Radio, Chenita worked in the banking industry for 30 plus years. Continue reading “Chenita Anderson | Accounts Receivable Clerk”

Scott Baker | Data Manager

Scott Baker comes to to Michigan with five years experience in the nonprofit field. As an information systems manager for the United Way, Scott worked with campaign staff, donors, and agencies-including U of M.

His duties included managing CRM systems, working with donor data, and creating ad hoc campaign reports. Continue reading “Scott Baker | Data Manager”

Lynette Budnik | Receptionist

Lynette is Michigan Radio’s receptionist and has been with the station since 2015. She assists with the data entry of gifts, and is listeners first point of contact when they call or visit Michigan Radio. She loves working at the station since it’s like a home away from home. She looks forward to talking with you.
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Jan Burrows | Business Assistant

Jan joined the business office of Michigan Radio in 2003. After working several years in an office setting and ten years of owning a successful business, she went from employer to employee. Among her many duties at the station, she enjoys the accounting aspect of her job.

She has family roots in southeast Michigan and loves the outdoors. In her spare time, she bikes, kayaks and likes to snowshoe in the winter … better yet, sharing these activities with her grandkids. Continue reading “Jan Burrows | Business Assistant”

Kim Myers | Business Manager

Kim, an Ann Arbor native, joined Michigan Radio in 2003 and has been the Business Manager since 2004. She has been in Accounting/Management for over 25 years. In addition to business degrees from Monroe County Community College and Central Michigan University, Kim is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts – back when audio was edited with white tape and a razor blade.