Moody Radio Announces Two Personnel Updates

(Chicago—July 24, 2019) Senior vice president of media, Greg Thornton, announced the following personnel updates today for Moody Radio.

Jamin Baxter has been promoted to Director of Business Development, reporting to General Manager, Scott Krus, effective Aug. 1. Baxter came to Moody Radio almost two years ago from K-LOVE and Air1 Radio after 10 years where he, along with two others, started the Underwriting department. He is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, and is married with three children. “It’s an honor to take on the leadership of these two great teams, both Business Development and Traffic at Moody Radio. The lives we see changed daily as God uses us is humbling and is a big responsibility. Always remaining ministry minded is of utmost importance. I’m proud to be a part of such a talented group of folks as we see God expanding Moody Radio before our very eyes.”

Alexandra Horn has stepped up to join Moody Radio’s Marketing team as a Manager. Originally from San Diego, Calif., she has made Chicago her home for ten years. For the past two years, she served as the Digital Marketing Strategist for Moody Publishers, overseeing web, email, and social media efforts. Prior to her tenure at Moody, Alexandra worked in various marketing and administrative functions at Trinity International University.


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