Kelly Corday Exits Integrity Music for WAY-FM

WAY Media Chief Content Officer Faron Dice has announced that Kelly Corday has been named Evening Host/ Network Promotions Director on the WAY-FM network. 

Corday is a Christ-follower — a single mom of three who loves to connect with radio listeners and tell the story of a God who restores. She’s originally from St. Louis, Missouri, where she served in Christian radio for eight years at JOY-FM (KLJY), both on the air daily and as a key part of the programming team. For ten years prior, she was on the air at mainstream HOT-AC KYKY (Y98). 
WAY-FM Network PD, Todd Stach says, “It’s not every day you get to see God’s plan unfold in someone else’s life before they even realize it.  I’m so excited that Kelly is joining our team! She will add depth to our culture and already amazing on-air lineup. There’s no doubt in my mind that WAY-FM listeners will be instantly endeared to Kelly.”

Corday adds, “It’s such an honor to join and serve alongside this incredibly talented team at WAY-FM. I’m so thankful to have an opportunity to share life with WAY-FM listeners, and I can’t wait to be part of how God continues to work through the ministry!”

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