I have called Pensacola home since Summer of 2018.  I have been in radio for over three decades. I was losing my hair by age 25, I think I’ve lost a hair for every song I’ve played on the air!  Being on the air is my first love, as far as a career.  I received my Master’s degree in Psychology from Troy University in Ft. Walton Beach in 2001 and I still have a private counseling practice and I love helping people heal and get free!  I like to say “I see clients in between radio shows.”

During my radio career I have had the opportunity to live in several parts of this wonderful Country! I really love living near the beach!  I started my radio career in my senior year of high school.  I would have paid them to let me on the air!  I have gotten over that notion, however!

I have been nominated by the CMA as Personality of the Year multiple times in my career and it is an honor to be just to be nominated!  But winning would still be nice! I was also the Colorado Country Broadcaster of the Year.

I grew up in Wisconsin so I am a dyed-in-the-wool Cheesehead.  Love my Packers through thick and thin.  I am also a Wahoos fan!  I love going to the games here in Pensacola. 

I have had the opportunity to meet a lot of Country artists over the years.  The nicest was definitely Garth Brooks!  He was very down to earth. So I love going to concerts either at the Wharf or where ever!

I am a movie buff and still love seeing a movie on the big screen with the over-priced popcorn!  A movie I never grow tired of seeing is “Tombstone.”  Val Kilmer should have won an Oscar for that movie!

I have a spoiled Sheltie named Zoe and she has my heart!  And she knows it!  I’ve always been a dog person and unfortunately I’m allergic to cats.  And Werewolves.

I am so honored to be a part of Cat Country!  It’s an amazing radio station and it’s so much fun!  Thanks for listening.

PS:  My birthday is December 8, so plan accordingly.