People

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Vice President

    Don Miles began volunteering for WDIY in 2006 and is the host for Friday All Things Considered. His love of radio began listening to legendary monologist Jean Shepard on WOR and then blossomed as program director for Lehigh U's WLVR back in '69...

  • Treasurer

    Michelle R. Bitner, CPA, was elected Treasurer of the Board of Directors of the Lehigh Valley Community Broadcasters Association, Inc. in March 2014.  Michelle is a Manager at Campbell, Rappold & Yurasits LLP in Allentown, PA and has been...

  • Secretary

    Geoff joined the board of WDIY's parent organization, Lehigh Valley Community Broadcasters Association, in 1985. At the time, the association was overseeing community radio programming at Muhlenberg College's WMUH. He became President in 1989,...

  • Executive Director

    Wagner comes to WDIY with over 17 years of experience in non-profit management, marketing and communications. He spent five years as Director of Marketing and Membership for WLRN, the NPR/PBS member station in Miami. And most recently, he was...

  • Phone: 307-766-5064

    Email: aschran1@uwyo.edu

    Before joining WPR, Aaron worked as a freelance reporter in Los Angeles, where he earned a master’s degree in audio journalism from the University...

  • Abbie Fentress Swanson left KBIA at the end of 2013. 

  • Adam Cole is a reporter and producer for the Science Desk, where he creates short documentary videos, radio pieces, animations, musical podcast segments, data visualizations, and GIFs about science. In 2014, Cole launched Skunk Bear, a visual...

  • Adam Frank is a contributor to the NPR blog 13.7: Cosmos & Culture. A professor at the University of Rochester,...

  • Alan Greenblatt has been covering politics and government in Washington and around the country for 20 years. He came to NPR as a digital reporter in 2010, writing about a wide range of topics, including elections, housing economics, natural...

  • Alan was a Kroc Fellow at NPR and worked at WNPR as a reporter for three months. He is interested in everything from health and science reporting to comic books and movies. Before joining us, he studied journalism at Northwestern University,...

  • Alex Goldmark is the supervising producer of Planet Money. Before Planet Money, his reporting appeared on NPR news programs, Radiolab, On The Media, APM's Marketplace and in magazines such as

  • Program Host
  • Alex Smith began working in radio as an intern at the National Association of Farm Broadcasters. A few years and a couple of radio jobs later, he became the assistant producer of KCUR's magazine show, KC Currents. In January 2014 he became KCUR...

  • Alina Selyukh is a technology reporter at NPR and host of the All Tech Considered blog, where she writes and edits stories about digital culture and how technology is changing the way we interact with each other and the world around us...

  • Community Relations Coordinator

    Alison has been a fan of WDIY since the station went on the air in 1995 and  joined the staff in 1998. She loves many things about her job, including its wide-range of duties. She coordinates volunteer activities, manages events and...

  • Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak is a health policy correspondent on NPR's Science Desk.

    Her work focuses on the business and politics of health care and how those forces flow through to the general public. Her stories about drug prices, limits...

  • Program Host
  • Allison Aubrey is a correspondent for NPR News, where her stories can be heard on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. She's also a contributor to the PBS NewsHour.

    Aubrey is a 2016 winner of a...

  • Alva Noë is a contributor to the NPR blog 13.7: Cosmos and Culture. He is writer and a philosopher who works on the nature of mind and human...

  • Amanda Peacher is an Arthur F. Burns fellow reporting and producing in Berlin in 2013. Amanda is from Portland, Oregon, where she works as the public insight journalist for

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