People

  • All Things Considered Host/Reporter

    Angela Kellner is the KLCC host of All Things Considered and a reporter. Angela began as a KLCC volunteer in 1991 when she was in high school. While a student at Lane Community...

  • Substitute Weekend Edition Host/Reporter

    Substitute Weekend Edition Host/Reporter

    Born and raised in Eugene, Anni started at KLCC in 2000 as a reporter and co-host of Northwest Passage. After graduating from the University of Oregon, Anni moved to New York City. She worked in...

  • Reporter/Announcer

    Brian Bull joined the KLCC News Team in June 2016.  He is a 20-year reporter who has worked at NPR, South Dakota Public Broadcasting, Wisconsin Public Radio, and ideastream in Cleveland. His reporting has netted dozens of accolades, including...

  • Development Director

    Cheryl Crumbley became KLCC's Development Director in 2011 after a career in nonprofit marketing, communications and development with organizations such as The Oregon Bach Festival, Food for Lane County, and United Way. Her consulting business,...

  • Chief Engineer
  • Program Director

    Don Hein has been at KLCC since 1977, and became Program Director in 1988.

  • Music, Arts & Culture Host

    Eric Alan is KLCC’s music, arts and culture host. The music performances he hosts on KLCC air during Q; his interviews and features air during The Takeaway, The World and other programs. Previously, he spent seventeen years at...

  • KLCC Webmaster and Marketing Director

    Gayle Chisholm has been KLCC's Marketing Director since 1986.  She took on the role of Webmaster when KLCC launched its first website in 1996, and has overseen klcc.org through its 4th generation site which launched in the fall of 2013.  Gayle...

  • Underwriting Representative

    Hal Hermanson has been on the sales staff of KLCC since 1998.

  • General Manager

    John Stark became KLCC's General Manager in February 2013. He came to KLCC after 19 years managing KNAU Arizona Public Radio in Flagstaff.  John was elected to two terms on the NPR board of directors. In 2000, he was named  Public Radio General...

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