Director of Regional Contentahaflich@hppr.org
Angie is a journalist with five years of experience reporting local news.
Having covered a wide variety of news topics with the Garden City Telegram, Angie was ready to take the next step in her media career and in October of 2016, began...
Kansas News Service Reporterbkuebrich@hppr.org
Ben grew up in the suburbs of Washington D.C. and moved to Garden City in 2017 to work for HPPR.
Fascinated by the brain, Ben spent 10 years studying neuroscience and working in laboratories at institutions like Emory University, MIT,...
Bob Davis is executive director of High Plains Public Radio. He joined the public radio network in June 2018. He is former publisher/editor for The Anniston (Ala.) Star, an award-winning community newspaper. From 1992 until 2003, he was an...
Broadcast Operations Managerbbihorel@hppr.org
Bryan is an audio engineer with over 15 years of experience in recording, chopping up, rearranging, processing, and mixing audio of all kinds. Having started off in the music industry, he ended up merging his love of audio production with his...
As Chief Engineer, Chuck is responsible for the maintenance, repair and improvement of HPPR’s entire technical infrastructure. This includes direct responsibility for the Garden City Studios, eight high power FM transmitter sites and seven FM...
Director of Programming and Operationsdbolton@hppr.org
Dale is responsible for all of HPPR's programming. As Director of Programming and Operations, he supervise the programming staff and directs the development of new programs.
Dale was born in Southern California and is a graduate of...
Music Director | Host, High Plains Morningjinzerillo@hppr.org
Jenny Inzerillo joined HPPR in 2015 as the new host of High Plains Morning, our live music program that airs weekdays at 9 am to noon CST. Broadcasting from KJJP in beautiful downtown...
Texas Contract Engineerjoe.email@example.com
As part-time contract engineer, Joe is responsible for maintenance, repair and improvement of HPPR’s six Texas Panhandle transmitter sites and Amarillo studios.
Location: Amarillo, TX
Kay Kennedy comes to HPPR with a wealth of knowledge about nonprofit fundraising, community engagement, and advocating for the arts in the Texas Panhandle. Her work with the Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo Symphony, and Chamber Music Amarillo...
Marcia Ricke – we call her “Marcy” – comes to HPPR from the edge of our listening region. She hails from Eastern Colorado, and she’s very excited to take on the role of Business Manager. Having worked in accounting for many years, she kicked...
Underwriting Sales Representativerlynch@hppr.org
Ruth Ellen Lynch, Texas Underwriting Representative, joined us in November 2016 and works with Panhandle area businesses, individuals, and organizations to secure financial support for HPPR programming. “I’m excited to bring my marketing and...
Director of Membership & Underwritingvsmith@hppr.org
As an avid world traveller and gallivanter, Valarie never lost sight of which way was home. A Native to Western Kansas, she has been pursuing a life long career in the many forms of expressive arts including radio, photography, videography,...