KSBJ Welcomes Suzanne Boase Honeycutt as Director of Community Relations

KSBJ welcomes Suzanne Boase Honeycutt as its new Director of Community Relations. To say Boase Honeycutt’s life has been filled with adventure is an understatement. Before joining KSBJ and NGEN radio, she spent several years as a news anchor and reporter covering everything from tornadoes to terrorism and working in pharmaceuticals as a specialty sales rep and trainer.
Boase Honeycutt was born in Melbourne, Australia, and moved to Houston when she was ten years old.  She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in broadcast journalism.  Her tenure in news comprises vast experience, including her work at KPRC-TV in Houston where she covered 9/11 and the Andrea Yates capital murder trial.  Before that, she worked at KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City where she was the first reporter on the scene of the Oklahoma City bombing.  Boase Honeycutt also enjoys managing public relations activities for several charities and the community.
In her role at KSBJ and NGEN radio, Boase Honeycutt will be the liaison between the stations and community partners. She is looking forward to immersing herself into the community to help build awareness about KSBJ and NGEN radio and the ministry the stations strive to achieve. To contact Boase Honeycutt with inquiries about partnering with KSBJ Educational Foundation, please reach out to her directly at 281-446-5725 or email at CommunityRelations@ksbj.org.

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