To be honest I never thought I would find myself working in the radio industry. Growing up as a local, I spent most of my time working on my grandparent’s farm, playing sports, and spending as much time as possible outdoors. After high school I attended Penn State Hazleton, but quickly realized college wasn't the right fit for me at the time. I decided to pack up and move across the country to explore new things.
I lived in some wonderful places like Nashville, Tennessee, Austin, Texas, Hollywood, California, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. During my time at these various places it helped me learn a lot about myself. It made me grow up faster and learn how to handle things on my own. All along, what I didn’t realize was how important a career was. So, in 2007 I moved back to my small hometown, Millville, Pennsylvania, and started to obtain my college degree. College was hard to go back to at first because I was working full time and decided to take on a full schedule at school. Taking on a big load really paid off because it helped me become more organized and helped me balance my time. In the end it all paid off and I graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University. My final project before graduation was to obtain an internship, and luckily WHLM took a chance and gave me an opportunity to do just that.
So here I am today, going from a cart boy in Nashville and Austin and a cabana boy in Hollywood, to a marketing representative for WHLM. It has been so great to come back home and work for a local company to help local business succeed. I am grateful for the journey I was able to be on and where it has brought me to this day.