Community Business Advancementcameron@kosu.org
Cameron’s fascination with marketing and advertising emerged in third grade when he asked his parents why businesses advertised.
His interest led to a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising with specialization in consumer behavior...
Emily Wendler joined KOSU in February 2015, following graduate school at the University of Montana.
While studying Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism with an emphasis on agriculture, a professor introduced her to radio...
Community Outreach Managerjenny@kosu.org
Jenny Heinrichs joined KOSU in September 2014. Originally from Maine, she spent most of her youth in Yukon.
She's passionate about volunteering for almost anything art or music related. Her love of music led her to...
Jenny Mae Harms joined KOSU in April 2010. After attending Oklahoma State University, Jenny Mae worked in outside sales for Grimsley’s Janitorial and Industrial Supply before joining the KOSU team. She enjoys gardening, traveling, and...
Joanna Self joined the KOSU staff in January 2009 as KOSU's Administrative Assistant. Her responsibilities include payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, account reconciliation and other various financial responsibilities. Joanna has...
Joe has previously served as Managing Editor of Urban Tulsa Weekly, as the Arts & Entertainment Editor at Oklahoma Gazette and worked as a Staff Writer for The Oklahoman. Joe was a weekly correspondent for KGOU from 2007-2010. He grew up in...
Kelly Burley joined KOSU as Director in September 2007. Burley returned to public radio after more than four years as Associate State Director for AARP Oklahoma. Burley first joined KOSU in 1990, first as a reporter, then news director and...
Ken Boyd is the Chief Engineer who maintains the daily technical operations of the studio and transmitter sites. Ken comes from Cumulus Broadcasting where he served as an assistant engineer at KATT, KYIS, KKWD, WWLS, WKY, and KQOB for over...
Logan Layden is a native of McAlester, Oklahoma. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2009 and spent three years as a state capitol reporter and local host of All Things Considered for NPR member station KGOU in Norman.