WNIJ All Things Considered Hostjdooley@niu.edu
Jenna Dooley has spent her professional career in public radio. She is a graduate of Northern Illinois University and the Public Affairs Reporting Program at the University of Illinois - Springfield. She returned to Northern Public Radio in...
Director of Online Servicesjhill@niu.edu
John Hill joined WNIJ in 1991 as jazz music director following 15 years in commercial radio. Early exposure in high school to computer programming, much later training in Internet technology at IIT and a somewhat promiscuous embrace of...
Corporate Support Representativekscarpaci@niu.edu
After listening to 89.5 WNIJ and Classical WNIU every day for years, Kathy Scarpaci joined Northern Public Radio as a Corporate Support Representative in 2006. She works with businesses and organizations that want to connect with public radio...
Director of Community Engagementmboynton@niu.edu
Maria L. P. Boynton is the Director of Community Engagement at Northern Public Radio in DeKalb. She holds her Masters of Arts in Communication Theory from Northern Illinois University and has worked professionally in the communications field as...
Staci Hoste joined the stations in 2008 and is responsible for the stations' general operations and overall strategy. She’s been a lifelong listener to WNIJ and WNIU -- first as a “prisoner of public radio” in her parents' backseat, and now of...
Steve Shadley is the new Program Director at public radio stations WNIJ/WNIU and NIRIS services in DeKalb. He was born and raised in Arizona and he comes to northern Illinois from his hometown of Phoenix, where Shadley was an award winning...
WNIJ News Reporter/Producersstephens@niu.edu
Susan’s parents should have known she’d end up in radio: her favorite toys were tape recorders, cameras, notepads, and books. Many years later, she’s an award-winning reporter at her favorite radio station. Formerly WNIJ’s News Director, she...
Victor Yehling is Managing Editor for WNIJ News. He coordinates the WNIJ news team, assigns stories, offers suggestions, develops project ideas, and generally harasses our outstanding news employees. He's a relative newcomer, joining WNIJ in...