Crissy Zamarron – Marketing Assistant

Crissy Zamarron

Crissy Zamarron is a U of M alumna and has been a part of the U of M community in a variety of roles since graduating in 2013. As a student she spent two years interning for Michigan Radio in the Operations, Production, and Marketing departments wanting to soak up all of the knowledge she could about public radio. She is currently finishing up her master’s in Strategic Communication at MSU.

Before returning to Michigan Radio as a Marketing Assistant, she worked in the College of LS&A as an Intercultural Programs Advisor, helping expand a global perspective to the next generation, while getting to travel the world. Crissy has explored Mexico, Ireland, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Spain, Costa Rica, and more. She enjoys trying new foods, dancing, and spending time with her puppy.

Contributions from Crissy Zamarron
  • Issues & Ale: Child Care
    Monday, April 15, 6:30 -8:00 PM J.B.'s Smokehouse 225 S. Canton Center Rd., Canton, MI 48188 Join Michigan Radio's host of Morning Edition and father of two, Doug Tribou, for an in-depth dis …
  • Michigan Radio Wins Five Regional Murrow Awards
    Michigan Radio has been recognized with five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards in the Large Market Radio category. The station won awards in the Continuing Coverage, Feature Reporting, Investigative Re …
  • Michigan Radio's "Believed" Wins Webby Award
    The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences (IADAS) has announced Michigan Radio’s Believed podcast as the winner of the People’s Voice Award for Best Podcast – Mini Series in the 23rd Annu …
  • Believed Wins 2018 Peabody Award
    Michigan Radio’s Believed podcast was named a winner of a prestigious Peabody Award today in the Radio & Podcast category. This is the first time that Michigan Radio has won a Peabody Award.
  • Issues & Ale recap: Grammar Night
    Hosts of Michigan Radio’s That’s What They Say , Rebecca Kruth and Anne Curzan, took over the latest Issues and Ale event in Grand Rapids to discuss an ever important issue to many public radio listen …