Susan O’Donnell Moving to Houston – Consulting KVNE & KGLY

Susan O’Donnell has announced that she is moving to Houston, allowing her to be close to her family, including her twin grandbabies that are due in April. Susan has served as Program Director and on-air personality for 89.5 KVNE and 91.3 KGLY.  

Susan’s fingerprints will still be on KVNE and KGLY as she moves into a consulting role with the stations beginning March 1. President/CEO, Troy Kriechbaum says, “Susan O’Donnell is a tremendous talent and is an amazing programmer.  In her five-year tenure, we have seen God bless the ministry in incredible ways under Susan’s leadership and direction.  KVNE soared to the top of the ratings on multiple occasions and KGLY achieved its highest share in 15 years.  Susan is truly an artist when it comes to programming.” If you would like to put Susan’s strategic mind and passion for great programming to work for you in a consulting arrangement, she can be reached at Mike Harper will serve as Interim PD for the stations.

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