Katie Rose Joins Vidare Creative

Vidare Creative is thrilled to welcome Katie Rose to its team as Project Manager. Katie has spent 15+ years in Christian radio. Her voice was heard on WAY-FM’s “Mornings with Brant” and “The Wally Show.” She also served in programming as WAY-FM Network Music Director. She has spent the past 8 years as a dedicated manager and the Director of Operations for The Well, a nonprofit coffeehouse where she launched 6 locations as well as built a strong brand and team.

“I am grateful to be working with people that I have long respected and learned from. I am honored to join a team that is advancing the mission of so many great partners,” says Katie.

Vidare Creative Chief Business Officer Paul Goldsmith added, “” When we created the Project Manager role at Vidare, we knew we needed someone with nonprofit fundraising experience, working knowledge of Christian radio, and a knack for details. Katie Rose is not only uniquely qualified for this position but she also brings such genuine joy and enthusiasm to our team.”

Contact Katie Rose at katie@vidarecreative.com

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