KSBJ and NGEN Radio Welcome Joe Paulo as VP of Operations

KSBJ/NGEN Radio is excited to announce that well-known Christian radio broadcaster Joe Paulo has been hired as Vice President of Operations, a newly created position, overseeing KSBJ and NGEN Radio programming.

Paulo has previously served as Director of Stewardship and Communication for K-LOVE and Air1 Educational Media Foundation since February 2015.  Prior to that, he served at Columbia International University for 20 years and was the Director of Broadcasting since 2008, overseeing WRCM in Charlotte, NC (“New Life 91.9”) and WMHK in Columbia, SC.  He also volunteered for eight years on the board of Christian Music Broadcasters and completed a three-year term in September as Chairman of the Board.

“To me, working in a ministry context is not about having a job,” says Paulo.  “It is a calling because it is about contributing to an organization that seeks to reach people with the life-changing hope and love only found in Jesus Christ.”

Paulo has been married to his wife, Kelly, for 27 years. They have three daughters and two sons, ranging in age from 22 to 9. The couple are passionate about marriage, parenting, and adoption and have hosted or spoken at numerous marriage and parenting events in recent years.  Additionally, Paulo received a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Liberty University in 2014.

Paulo begins work at KSBJ/NGEN Radio in mid-December.


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