People

  • KGOU Development Director

    Jolly Brown has served as KGOU’s Manager of Development since September, 2000. From 1995 to 1998, Jolly was the Morning Edition Host and Senior News Producer for KGOU and was an underwriting consultant from 1998 to 2000. Before her arrival at...

  • KGOU General Manager

    Karen earned her Master (1974) and Bachelor (1972) degrees from the University of Akron in Ohio, and has worked as Program Director at WMRA-FM, James Madison University in Harrisonburg Virginia and WUIS-FM, University of Illinois at Springfield...

  • KGOU News Reporter

    Kate Carlton Greer is a general assignment reporter for KGOU. She previously covered Oklahoma's efforts in tornado response and recovery as part of KGOU's "Ahead of the Storm: The Oklahoma Tornado Project." Kate also served as the Community...

  • KGOU Membership Director / Webmaster

    Laura came back to KGOU in November 2005 after a career in radio news at several commercial stations in Oklahoma City. As a Journalism student at OU, she received her early radio experience at KGOU. After graduating, she began her career at...

  • Reporter for StateImpact Oklahoma

    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.

  • KGOU Operations Director/All Things Considered Host

    Paige is a University of Oklahoma grad who began working for KGOU as a journalism and broadcasting student. She served as KGOU[s Community Calendar producer until graduating in December 2012. Paige enjoys comedy, movies, photography and playing...

  • KGOU Chief Engineer

    A Sapulpa native who grew up in the Oklahoma City metro area, Patrick Roberts serves as KGOU’s Chief of Engineering, maintaining the technical aspects of all stations. Previously, Patrick worked with KOMA-FM, KMGL, and 50,000 watt KOKC ...

  • KGOU Production Assistant

    Richard is a graduate of The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Arizona. He spent three years working for Studiomedia Recording Company in Chicago, where he furthered his audio engineering education. After one too many battles with...

  • KGOU News Assistant

    Storme is from Yukon, Okla., and is currently studying broadcast journalism and political science at the University of Oklahoma..  Storme has served in the nation's capital as a U.S. Senate page. Outside of classes, he enjoys volunteering with...

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