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I have spent more than half of my life on the air in my hometown Dayton. Celebrating 34 years in Dayton Radio! I grew up in Oakwood and graduated from Oakwood High School. From there I earned degrees from both Cazenovia College in New York and Bowling Green State University. I am married to Steve, a lieutenant with the Beavercreek Fire Department. We have two sons, Marshall who is serving our country in the U.S. Navy and Cameron a senior at THE Ohio State University.
In 2006, I was the first female broadcaster from Dayton to be inducted into the Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame of Ohio. The following year, I was honored by my induction into the Dayton Area Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
I host the Morning show on Lite 94.5. I lend my time and talent to many local non-profit organizations including the Kettering Medical Center Foundations Walk for Womens Wellness, The Noble Circle Project, The Breast Cancer Task Force of the Greater Miami Valley, We Care Arts and the American Heart Association Go Red for Women campaign.