Andy Turner is a freelance journalist, college English instructor and radio DJ living in Milwaukee. He is a music and B-movie fanatic.
Sarah Hopefl is a technical director on WPR’s “Central Time” and a member of the station’s engineering team. She loves Wisconsin for its live music, craft beer, hiking and biking trails.
John Davis is a senior news producer in Wisconsin Public Radio’s La Crosse Bureau. He produces articles for WPR’s website and helps produce the regional show “Newsmakers.”
L. Malik Anderson is a radio producer, reporter, and online content creator born and raised on the North West side of Milwaukee. He spent most of his time inside malls, movie theaters and skating rinks growing up.
Ethan Freel is a videographer and editor for “Wisconsin Life” and has seen a Hodag in some woods Northwest of Rhinelander.
Megan Hart is a Wisconsin Public Radio sports reporter based in Green Bay. A native Floridian, she’s still working up the courage to try surfing on Lake Michigan.
88Nine Radio Milwaukee is a non-commerical station that broadcasts on 88.9 FM. As their mission statement says, “Through music and stories created for a culturally open-minded community, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee is a catalyst for creating a better, more inclusive and engaged Milwaukee.”
A Waukesha writer, Nancy Jorgensen partnered with her daughter Elizabeth Jorgensen to write their 2019 memoir, Go, Gwen, Go: A Family’s Journey to Olympic Gold (Meyer & Meyer Sport). Her choral education books are published by Hal Leonard Corporation and Lorenz Corporation.
Yia Lor is a storyteller and writer from Eau Claire. She shares her time with her family, yoga mat, and 30+ houseplants.
The Sounds Like Home audio series covers music and everyday life in Wisconsin’s Chippewa Valley. In six episodes, we present the voices of regional musicians telling their own stories. Sounds Like Home is an initiative of the Chippewa Valley Museum.
Folajogun Akinlami is a Mandela Washington Fellow, who worked out of UW-Madison. She hosts the program “Beyond Challenges” in Nigeria.
Liz Dohms is a digital content producer for Wisconsin Public Radio. She grew up on “Mister Roger’s Neighborhood” and Braunschweiger sandwiches. A native Wisconsinite, she’s terrible at skiing, walking on ice and cutting dairy out of her diet.
Bill Amundson is a Stoughton based artist and substitute teacher who occasionally dabbles in music, writing and humor.
Will Kenneally is production assistant with Wisconsin Life. He hosts an R&B show on WSUM-FM and — fun fact — is in love with the Madison flag.