Family Life Radio Welcomes Mysti Jordan

Family Life Radio based in Tucson, AZ with 41 signals, and radio stations in 11 states across the country welcomes Mysti Jordan to the Kankelfritz and Friends Morning Show. A veteran of more than 22 years in radio, Jordan most recently was the Morning Show Co-host on Star-99 in New York/New Jersey.

 

Prior to that, she was the Music Director, and Afternoon Personality at KDUV in Fresno/Bakersfield. Her background also includes mainstream experience doing Afternoons at 93.9 KISS FM in Raleigh/Durham, and Afternoons at Movin’ 101.1 in St. Louis, MO.

 

“We are so excited to have Mysti Jordan join us as our new Morning Show Cohost”, said Mike Kankelfritz, Director of Programming and host of the Kankelfritz and Friends morning show. “We are building a 3 person Morning show and we feel that Mysti’s personality, skillset, and years of experience, will be a huge asset in helping us connect with our audience.”

 

Sally Barton, Family Life Radio Broadcast Engagement Chief and Kankelfritz and Friends Co-Host shares, “The Kankelfritz and Friends morning show team feels complete with the addition of Mysti. Her spirit and joy in the Lord will be a bright light for our listening family.” Jordan added, “I am so thrilled to be joining the talented team at Family Life Radio. Their hearts to reach others for Jesus are second to none, and to be invited to be part of that is humbling and an extreme honor.”

 

 

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