Phone: (614) 821-WCOL (9265)
I spent my time this summer interning for WCOL and it was an experience I will never forget! I learned so much from the team and I cannot wait to apply everything I learned to my new role on the Morning Show.
While at Ohio University the past two years I spent my time anchoring a sports talk show called Ohio Sports Zone. I also was a part of the local campus radio station reading the news in the afternoon.
I have learned the in front and behind the scenes when it comes to broadcasting. To me, getting the hands on experience for a career that you want is the best thing you can do to better yourself.
Hometown: Hilliard, OH
I am so happy and honored to be a part of Woody and the Wake Up Call! This summer has been one of the best just by being able to intern here at 92.3 and learning so much, I am very lucky to have this opportunity.
I have lived in Columbus all my life so I know the area like the back of my hand (but don't ask me for street signs and directions I will never know).
Currently I am attending Wright State University studying for a Mass Communications major. I go to class three days during the week right after the morning show so I have become very good friends with the people at Starbucks.
In my spare time I love to spend time with my family and shoot my new pink camo compound hunting bow. It is my new "toy" and my first hunting season with my own bow so I cannot wait for September!
If you ever have any recipes or Do It Yourself projects that you love I would love to know about them! I love to make new recipes for dinners and desserts are my favorite items to make so the more ideas the better!
I can't wait to get to know all of our Woodheads out there and for you to get to know me. Go Browns!
Deer Hunting starts Saturday September 28! I am excited to out on some camo, grab my bow and head out to the woods! Here are some basic tips to keep yourself safe and ready for the season (Followed by a photo of my bow!).
1. Get the landowner’s permission to hunt.
2. Buy your annual hunting license and deer permit early.
3. Make sure your gun is plugged and not capable of holding more than three (3) shells.
4. Make sure you meet hunter orange requirements.
5. Know how to attach your temporary tag. Carry a piece of string, watch, and pencil or pen.
6. Know the rules for use of communication devices.
7. Know your APV laws.
8. Know the season dates, hours, and Deer Zones.
9. Follow proper check station procedures.
10. Hunt safely!
11. After hunting, check carefully for small, dark crawling or attached ticks and remove immediately.
(I know I am leaning too far back! This is more to show my Diamond off :) )