Rhythm & Praise’s Mo Moss Honored in Fort Wayne’s Forty Under 40

Congratulations to Fort Wayne Rhythm and Praise’s Monique Moss who was honored last Thursday, August 6 as one of Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly’s Forty under 40. The annual Forty Under 40 Awards honor 40 individuals 39 and younger who are making a difference on the job and in their community. These young professionals were chosen by a panel of distinguished judges out of a record-breaking number of entries.

Monique is Program Director and Morning Show Host of “Mo in the Morning” on Fort Wayne’s Rhythm and Praise Radio Station.

“It was such an honor to be recognized as a recipient of Fort Wayne Business Weekly’s Forty Under 40. I felt loved and celebrated by my family, friends and my community. This is only the beginning, we are just getting started!”

Fort Wayne’s Rhythm and Praise is a gospel radio station in Fort Wayne, IN. Listen at 90.3 HD2, online at fwrp.org or through the “FWRP” app. Fort Wayne’s Rhythm and Praise is a sister station of WBCL Radio Network and both are subsidiaries of Taylor University Broadcasting Incorporated.

The mission of Fort Wayne’s Rhythm and Praise is to communicate God’s redemptive love and truth through captivating media that inform, entertain, challenge, inspire, and encourage.

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