Kim Kaufman

Kim is a 1990 Graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a BA in English.  Kim's job is, in a nutshell, "to deliver the goods".  Whether it's making sure our business sponsors are on the air at the appropriate times (we call that "Traffic" in the biz) or overseeing the timely shipment of thank you gifts to our members, Kim is one of the last and most important links in the customer service chain. 

Kim enjoys being part of the many events at the radio station and other venues.  She's thankful to have learned to appreciate artists unfamiliar to her and to understand public radio more in depth.  Kim resides in Highland Heights, Kentucky with her husband and two children.



Expanding trade abroad is a high priority for President Obama. This week, he nominated a trusted adviser named Michael Froman to become the next U.S. trade representative. Froman is currently deputy national security adviser for international economic affairs. NPR's Wendy Kaufman reports on the challenges he would face as trade representative.