Lisa Williams Joins Northwestern Media as Northwestern’s Network Talent Coach

Minneapolis, MN (September 8, 2020) – Christian Radio veteran Lisa Williams is joining Northwestern Media as Northwestern’s Network Talent Coach.

In this role, Lisa will work with each Northwestern Media Air Talent and develop tactics and strategies to assist them in creating compelling radio that accomplishes the Northwestern mission, “to lead people to Christ and nurture believers in their spiritual growth through Christ-centered media”.

“I’m so excited to grow alongside the Northwestern team,” said Lisa Williams. “The art of Christian radio is my passion and these communicators are already amazing, so together I’m expecting great growth and breakthrough for all of us.  More than ever before in our lifetime, the purpose of Christian radio and I’m grateful to join a group of people who have clarity on their mission.”

Lisa begins her role at Northwestern Monday, September 21, 2020.

Reaching more than 1.35 million listeners each week, University of Northwestern/Northwestern Media own and operate 21 radio stations in 13 markets and 10 states.  Learn more at

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