In the basement of the Alaska Center in Downtown Boise, you’ll find our paid and volunteer staff sustaining and growing the independent spirit and function of the Treasure Valley’s only community radio station – 89.9 and 93.5 fm and online at Radio Boise is located at 1020 West Main Street, Suite 50 in the lower level, Boise, Idaho.

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Jessica Evett

General Manager, Station Director
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Radio Boise’s General Manager Jessica grew up in Boise, graduated from Boise High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and creative writing from the College of Idaho. She went on to the University of Denver, where she earned a master’s degree in mass communications and public relations. Prior to joining the Radio Boise team in April of 2015, Jessica worked with federal agencies and nonprofits for 15 years, spending several seasons as a wilderness ranger before transitioning into volunteer coordination, fundraising, and nonprofit administration for several community-based environmental stewardship organizations in Colorado. An incurable optimist when it comes to the ability of inspirational nonprofits to harness community spirit and broadcast the voices found across the dial of human experience, she likes to try and turn it up to 11 at Radio Boise every day.


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Wayne Birt

Program Director, Production Manager
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Wayne is a hopeless radiophile, having been a student programmer at student-run KBSU in the 80s, then working commercially at Boise station KIDO, before joining the Radio Boise effort in 2005. Besides his role with Radio Boise, Wayne has an MFA in Creative Writing from Eastern Washington University, has published a handful of short stories and is prone to unreasonably long backpacking and rock climbing trips. He calls it his long-range therapy for his longstanding pathology for community radio.


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Caroline Stivers

Development Director
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Caroline comes to Radio Boise with eight years of experience in arts and nonprofit administration. As Executive Director of the Salmon Arts Council from 2013 to 2015, Caroline oversaw the promotion of arts and culture for the residents of rural Lemhi County. Prior to that, Caroline managed operations for educational support programs for first-generation students at the University of New Orleans for six years. Aside from her administration experience, Caroline has worked in the museum sector in the curatorial and education departments of the Yale University Art Gallery, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the San Antonio Museum of Art. Caroline earned her Masters in Arts Administration from the University of New Orleans and her B.A. in Classics and Art History from Wesleyan University. In her spare time, Caroline enjoys making overly complicated crafts with her 2 young children, exploring the vast Idaho back country and the equally vast cultural scenes in its metropolitan areas, and serving on the Board of Directors of Surel’s Place.


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Jan Lindner

Underwriting, Public Service Announcements
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Life-long radio lover, Jan has been a fan of Radio Boise since the first broadcast. As a Boise native, she is especially excited to help share our precious jewel with the community. Account management has been a career for her for over 15 years, and as Underwriting Manager, those skills of customer service, and project management keep Radio Boise’s underwriting current, meaningful and focused on the community.


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Elizabeth Orcutt Corsentino

Volunteer Coordinator, Personnel, Events Coordinator
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Elizabeth started as a volunteer programmer at Radio Boise in 2008, and has been heavily involved ever since. Having grown up in Boise, she is passionate about developing community throughout the city, especially in music and the arts. She received a BA in Communication from Boise State with an emphasis on organizational management while developing event and personnel management skills at Radio Boise and Treefort Music Fest. It’s easy to find her at a local music show downtown, but she also loves to sneak away to the mountains with her husband and two sons as often as possible.


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Brian Allred

Operation Manager
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Brian hails from Southern Arizona where he was a volunteer and avid listener of KXCI Community Radio in Tucson, Brian moved to Idaho in 2002. Frustrated with the lack of community radio in the Treasure Valley, Brian discovered Radio Boise in 2009 and in the fall of that year began volunteering with the station, doing his weekly show, Global Grooves. In 2011, Brian was part of the first night of live broadcasting on KRBX. He became staff in 2013, while attending Boise State University, pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Media Production. He graduated in December of 2014 from Boise State. Brian has assisted with many aspects of Radio Boise including automation, production, programming and is currently the Operations Manager, keeping the station in compliance with the FCC


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Dave Manion

Live Performance, In-Studio Guests
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A simultaneous plunge into the parallel worlds of Boise’s potent 90’s all-ages punk scene and Borah High School’s music program gave Dave Manion a relatively early hands-on awakening to the huge variety of music found outside of commercial radio’s narrow scope. While continuing his longtime involvement in the music community as a performer and educator, Dave has found himself fully bitten by the community radio “bug”. In his role as In-Studio Liaison, he coordinates on-air interviews and performances by artists, organizations, and individuals, with the goal of helping to draw attention to the threads of arts, culture, and service that may be overlooked by traditional commercial media.


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Speedy Gray

Sound Engineer
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Bobby “Speedy” Gray first hit the road at age 12 as a guitarist for The New Day Singers, traveling the South performing at colleges, churches, and a multitude of fairs etc..and later participating in the New South movement with other early Indie acts such as REM, The Dbs, Dexter Romwebber, and The B52s. First recording experiments were performed on a 50s tube powered 1/4 tape machine, then an internship at The White Room in Charlotte, NC. Terms as FOH engineer at the World Famous Milestone plus many other live venues. Speedy is also the singer/songwriter/leader of the roots rock band Like A Rocket who are currently recording their 4th album in Speedy’s recording studio, The Workshop, while leading the Live Engineering team for Radio Boise.


Kira Erznoznik, Administrative Manager kira [at]

Chad Dryden, Social Media chad [at]

Michael Brown, Engineer

Volunteer Staff

– Jeffrey Baehr
– Wendy Fox
– Julie Benson
– Bryan James
– Arlie Sommer
– Lila Eidi
– Christian Winkle
– Skip Means
– Daniel Glynn
– Daniel “Kid” Yoshida
– Will Schmeckpeper
– Daphne Stanford
– Christian Carley
– Olivia Weitz
– James “Bones” Soward
– Liam Marchand
– Joe Black
– Tracy Maret
– Erika Heinen
– Cody Eames
– Stephanie Coyle


– Jennifer Travell
– Jonnie Pedersen
– Sarah Graves

Volunteer Programmers

Check out all our DJ and show producers here. Click through to find more about each programmer, links to their playlists and archived shows, and social media.

Station Documents

Volunteer Agreement
FCC Policies
Station By-Laws