How did you get into radio?
As a little child, I always liked the idea of interviewing people and having other people listening to it and giving their opinion. I also had a passion for playing music and doing contests with winners. This trend continued through out high school and college to where I am today.
What do you like to do on weekends?
Mainly, I just like to relax and watch some of the television shows I miss during the week when I am working. I also like to visit my family and friends that live in Chicago.
What is your favorite holiday?
My favorite holiday would have to be Christmas, of course! It’s a time where my family from all across the country gets together at my grandparents house to celebrate and eat wonderful family food.
What’s the one thing you wish you could do, but can’t?
I honestly wish I could teleport, like in Star Trek, just to avoid long drives to say Chicago, or Indianapolis. It would save so much time wasted in traffic.
What are your favorite tv shows?
My favorite tv shows include, CSI, Say Yes to the Dress, Whose Line is it Anyway?, and American Dad. My list keeps going, but those are my top favorites.
What kind of music do you enjoy?
I am a sucker for some singer-songwriters, as well as classic rock and pop. Pretty much all genres except folk.
What are your favorite teams?
The Indianapolis Colts, The Saint Louis Cardinals, The Chicago White Sox, and of course, my alma matter Western Illinois University’s Fighting Leathernecks.
Tell us about one of your first pets?
I have had several pets, but my favorite would have to be my dog Aurora. She is just the nicest dog ever, and knows when you feel bad, and will give you a lick on the face to make you feel a little better.
Do you have a hidden talent?
It’s not so much hidden, but I am able to sing pretty well, and have pondered the idea of going on a talent show or American Idol.
If you could have lunch with three people, alive or dead, who would you choose?
I would want to have lunch with Kelly Clarkson, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.