After starting at Michigan Radio as an intern for Stateside and then for the Environment Report, Lindsey is now a producer for both Stateside and station events. She recently graduated from the University of Michigan where she studied Comparative Literature, Spanish, Environment and Complex Systems. She moonlights as a fairly poor, yet resolute, salsa dancer. Continue reading “Lindsey Scullen | Producer”
Danielle has been at Michigan Radio for two years. As a journalism major in college, Danielle fell in love with public media in general and Michigan Radio in particular.
In the Corporate Sponsorship department, she works with the team of Account Executives to bring information about sponsorship to organizations across Michigan. Danielle handles the Michigan Radio Corporate Sponsorship department’s website content and social media presence – engage with the department to learn more about sponsorship on the sponsorship website, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Continue reading “Danielle Seering | Corporate Support Assistant”
Christina began her career in radio at Michigan Radio while a student at the University of Michigan. She was a producer and researcher for The Todd Mundt Show, and then hosted Weekend Edition. Continue reading “Christina Shockley | Host: All Things Considered”
Bob began his radio career when he joined Michigan Radio in 1996 as the weekend morning on air host. Due to his experience in Los Angeles as a recording studio installation and maintenance technician, he began splitting his time with the engineering department, and moved into engineering full time when he accepted the position of Chief Engineer.
Bob was instrumental in Michigan Radio’s transition from analog to digital, in the move from their original studios atop the LS&A Building to the current Argus Building facility, and in the building of the new WVGR transmitter facility. Continue reading “Bob Skon | Chief Engineer”
Lindsey Smith is Michigan Radio’s Investigative Reporter. She previously served as Michigan Radio’s West Michigan Reporter. Lindsey has worked as a reporter at radio stations in both West and Southeast Michigan, and her work has been recognized by both the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and Michigan AP. She’s a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and Specs Howard School of Media Arts.
Continue reading “Lindsey Smith | West Michigan Reporter/Producer”
Jackie came to Michigan Radio as a temporary employee in May 2009. Although her background is not in radio, she finds it a challenge and a great adventure.
Jackie runs our successful sustaining membership program and also handles about half of the customer service calls and emails that come into the station. Continue reading “Jackie Stickney | Sustainer Memberships and Customer Service”
Lauren returned to Michigan Radio nearly a decade after her very first internship as a newsroom intern. In her role as Morning Edition producer, Lauren coordinates and edits interviews, writes news copy, and helps make Doug Tribou sound good on air. Continue reading “Lauren Talley | Morning Edition Producer”
Doug Tribou joined the Michigan Radio staff as the host of Morning Edition in June 2016. Doug first moved to Michigan in 2015 when he was awarded a Knight-Wallace journalism fellowship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Continue reading “Doug Tribou | Morning Edition Host”
April Van Buren is Community Engagement Director for Michigan Radio’s State of Opportunity project. She produces features and Stateside segments for the project and coordinates State of Opportunity’s live events. Continue reading “April Van Buren | Producer”
Alison joined Michigan Radio in 2014 as the Associate Director of Development, where she combines her passion for philanthropy and Michigan Radio. She is no stranger to Michigan Radio having grown up listening to the station.
She enjoys sharing her passion for all things Michigan Radio with listeners and members through on-air membership drives and lively conversations. When she’s not at the office she’s spending time with her husband, son, and dog.