Robin Boyko

Director of Community Engagement

Robin Boyko is the Director of Community Engagement at Northern Public Radio. Responsible for the development and oversight of NPR's outreach activities, Robin pulls from years of experience in marketing and communications in the visual arts to creatively strengthen the role of the station in our community. Please say "hello" when you see her at special events. Robin is a proud Canadian who listened to American public radio from across the border. Now firmly planted in DeKalb, she feels at home in a region that loves the blues, and she escapes to the woods to camp as often as she can.

WNIJ is partnering with local businesses to sustain and grow the public radio community. We are grateful to the organizations featured above who are reaching out to their friends and associates to help us raise $125,000 to preserve and protect this station by making a donation.

WNIJ will plant a tree in a National Forest to mark every donation. We are teaming up with the National Forest Foundation and Tyler's Landscaping to plant the public radio forest. The goal is to plant 1,000 trees before the end of this campaign on April 22, 2017.

Support WNIJ with a donation and you'll provide for public radio, protecting it for your own enjoyment and for your community.

Our goal is to raise $125,000 this spring to sustain the programs you love, and once again, we want to meet this goal without interrupting programs.