Underwriting Marketing Managerbrenda@wncw.org
As the Underwriting Marketing Manager for WNCW, Brenda’s job is to bring organizations and listeners together in a mutually beneficial way. "I love that what I do makes a difference and that I am helping the radio station that I listen to,"...
Carol Rifkin is a longtime member of the mountain music community and is a nationally known, award winning musician, singer and dancer who has performed on TV, radio, recordings, at festivals, in the BBC documentary Down Home, Appalachia to...
Business and Traffic Coordinatorcathy@wncw.org
Cathy has had a wild ride to finally arrive at her career as the Business and Traffic Coordinator for WNCW. She has worked full time at Wal-Mart, been a student at Isothermal Community College, and worked with a Physiatrist. If all of that was...
New York born, Texas adolescent, now North Carolina transplant, Corrie Askew is gratefully WNCW’s newest self described "whelp." Askew graduated from Appalachian State University, in Boone, NC with a degree in Electronic Media and Broadcast in...
Director of Radio Operationsdave@wncw.org
828-287-8000 ext. 1594
Jasmin was born and raised in beautiful Mitchell County, North Carolina. She was most influenced musically by her father, who had her playing guitar by age 12, and listening to bands such as The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, The Band, Mike Cross,...
Music Host/Programming Utilities Specialistjoeg@wncw.org
Joe is an alumnus of ICC and, after a nearly 30-year radio broadcasting career, has come home to WNCW. He was part of the planning of our WNCW facility before the first brick was laid and since then has worked at radio stations across the...
Director of Programming and Operationsjoek@wncw.org
Joe Kendrick grew up far off in the woods at in rural Stanfield, NC, where he acquired his first Sony Walkman, listened to both AM and FM radio from Charlotte, went to Nascar races at Charlotte Motor Speedway, attended a small Baptist church,...
John started as a volunteer radio announcer in the spring of 1995, spinning vinyl and a brand new media, the Compact-Disc. He recalls, “In those days we had, reel-to-reel recorded programs, and guests crowding around the one mic to perform live...