KEOL Staff

KEOL Staff

Station Manager: Courtney Millsap

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Courtney has been a KEOL DJ since Spring 2013, having taken FM Broadcasting 1 in Winter 2013. In Spring 2014, Courtney graduated with a BS in Biology from EOU, and is returning for a BS in Anthropology/Sociology. On campus, Courtney is also involved with Misson for Environmental and Social Awareness (MESA) and The Anthropology Club. Previously, Courtney has been involved with athletics (Track and Field), The Voice, and various other clubs, organizations, and events. Overall, she is very knowledgeable about the university politics and local events. She is a frequent attendee of live music in the La Grande area, even venturing to Pendleton or Baker City for music events occasionally.

Program Director: Dan Meyer

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Dan is a native of Wisconsin and is at EOU on the National Student Exchange. He immediately got involved with KEOL as soon as he got to EOU. He brings a fresh perspective and is very dedicated to making KEOL’s programming the best that it can be. On campus, he is also involved with International Student Association (ISA).

Music Director: Jenifre Tarkus Kayøa-Bonäqeraj

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Jeni Kaybee has been KEOL’s music director for many, many years. She can generally be found out and about in the Grande Ronde Valley, with occasional trips to Pendleton. She is a live music aficionado, traveling to the Great Pacific, in Pendleton, at least weekly, and can regularly be found at Ten Depot, dancing and enjoying the music. At the station, she is completely volunteer and is responsible for communicating with record labels, reviewing all music we receive, and organization of this music.

Community Liaison: Mark Masterson

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Our community liaison is none other than Mark Masterson. Mark has been with the station approximately 30 years, and is effectively the historian of the station. He is also very knowledgeable about how the station should, and does, operate. While also being proficient in most of the equipment that KEOL utilizes. Generally, Mark works behind the curtains, and communicates with the Station Manager on a weekly basis.

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