BWIR EXECUTIVE BOARD

Established in 2016, the Black Women in Radio Executive Board is comprised of multi-talented creatives who are committed to helping BWIR make a positive impact in the lives of other professionals and students who have interest in entering the market. They are also working to create innovative ways to expand media awareness, plan events, research and promote our history. This Executive Board brings over 150 years of professional experience and expertise that is divided into nine leadership roles.

Felesha Love

Felesha Love

Founder and President of Black Women In Radio (BWIR)

Felesha Love is seasoned an educator who partners with businesses and institutions to facilitate Best Business Practices, Effective Communication, and Work/Life Balance themed workshops across the country.

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Carol Blackmon

Carol Blackmon

Vice President of BWIR

Carol Blackmon is a legendary media professional who has spent more than three decades as a radio personality and more than twenty years as a television host for the Georgia Lottery and a host for one of the national drawings.

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Angela Greene

Angela Greene

Director of Public Relations and Media Affairs

Angela’s radio career began in 1986 at WCLK when she was a student at then Clark College. By 1990, she moved around to at least 4 other stations, some stations twice in the Atlanta market

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First Lady Kris Hutchison

First Lady Kris Hutchison

Executive Liaison and President of the Chicago Chapter of NBRHOF

Double Billboard Award winning Radio Executive, Educator, International DJ and pioneer FIRST LADY is Program Director, Midday Personality and Mixer for Chicago’s newest radio station, 95.1FM Chicago. She is also a National Board Member of Black Women In Radio and President (BWIR) and President of the Chicago Chapter of National Black Radio Hall of Fame.

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Karen Turner

BWIR Advisor

Karen M. Turner is an associate professor and director of the broadcast journalism concentration in the Department of Journalism at Temple University. Turner served as department chair from 2000-2003, is a past president of the Faculty Senate and a founding member and currently director of Temple’s Academic Center on Research in Diversity (ACCORD). She received Temple’s highest teaching honor in 2021 – The Great Teacher award. Before joining Temple, Turner worked as an American Bar Association Staff Director, Philadelphia mayoral press secretary for then Mayor Ed Rendell, a broadcast journalist and a talk radio interviewer. 

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Joyce Littel

Joyce Littel

Director of Partnerships and National Alliances

Joyce Littel is Program Director at WAOK and host of her signature talk show “Love & Relationships” on Sunday afternoons. She is also host of “Saturday Throwbacks” on sister station V 103 where her legacy began.

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