As the youngest member to hit the airwaves on the "95 KSJ Breakfast Club", I spent my first two years at KSJ pouring coffee and running errands for the staff & occasionally making an on-air appearance or two with Dan & Shelby. Hoping that someday I'd be a part of the number ONE morning show on the Gulfcoast. In 2012 all that pouring coffee paid off, with me joining the Breakfast Club. I fell in love with broadcasting when I was only 7 years old. I said the Pledge of Allegiance with Dan & Shelby (somewhere that audio is still hanging around one of our studios). At 17, I attended a high school leaders community event, that our very own Program Director, Bill Black, was attending. I announced to Bill that I was going to work for him and 95KSJ someday... the rest is history. I'm now 20 and I firmly believe I have the best job EVER, and it keeps getting better everyday. You can catch me stirring up trouble on the 95KSJ Breakfast Club with Dan & Shelby throughout the week!
From time to time I get to side-line report from Jags football games!
Lauren and myself.. Have you seen our interview? If not, http://youtu.be/D-NiX5ajPrg
Hanging with Ann Curry at NBC's Education Nation.... watch out Matt Lauer!
My little Hawaiian sister from another mister, Shelby Mitchell.
TV Host and southern personality, Paula Deen, is under fire for a recent slip of the tongue. Paula is currently being sued for allegedly telling an events manager that she wanted her brothers wedding to feature "A bunch of little [N-words] wearing long-sleeve white shirts, black shorts and black bow ties." Under oath Paula said "of course" she's used the N-word . . . after a guy robbed a bank she was working at in 1986 and PUT A GUN TO HER HEAD.
Interestingly Paula's legal team issued this statement earlier today:
"During a deposition where she swore to tell the truth, Ms. Deen recounted having used a racial epithet in the past, speaking largely about a time in American history which was quite different than today…
…[Paula] was born 60 years ago when America's South had schools that were segregated, different bathrooms, different restaurants and Americans rode in different parts of the bus.
This is not her today…
…To be clear Ms. Deen does not find acceptable the use of this term under any circumstance by anyone nor condone any form of racism or discrimination. "