People

Announcer

Angier Johnson "The Gospel Messenger" has hosted inspirational programming on Sunday mornings since March 1995.  Her blend of contemporary, traditional, and vintage recordings makes WVAS a favorite among those who prefer gospel music.  The...

Station Manager

Candy is a graduate from the Newcomb College of Tulane University in New Orleans.  Her professional career  in broadcasting, private enterprise, grants administration, and government spans over four decades.  Candy's extensive government...

Announcer and Host

Eugenia was born in Chicago, Illinois and is graduate of Huntingdon College with a BS in Business Management, she has worked with WVAS for a number of years.  She has served as a student coordinator, where she helped train students while on the...

Announcer and Host

Gene has over 30 years of extensive photography, film making, and cinematography experience.  He began his career in Wichita, KS for the Kansas State Network as a News/Production Photographer.  Gene was the first black man in the state to...

Coordinator of Community and Public Affairs

Jackie coordinates WVAS' outreach activities, which includes its' involvement in community events, the broadcast of public service announcements, and the recruitment of underwriting for programs. Jackie's experience in broadcast journalism,...

Music Director

Jay, DJ Artifakt, has been involved in radio broadcasting since he was in high school working as an on-air host,  producer, and promotions assistant.  Jay join the staff at WVAS, in 2005, to host the Sunday afternoon show titled Swing Town.  He...

Announcer

Kevin is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y., and a 1980 graduate of Alabama State University.  He is also a full-time employee of the federal government.  While government service is his daytime vocation, jazz music is his day-into-night passion.  In...

Announcer

Kevin is from Fitzpatrick, Alabama.  After graduating from Bullock County High he attended Auburn University majoring in theatre.  He later transferred to Alabama State University and added communications, particularly radio/TV, as his minor. ...

Senior News Correspondent

In 1984, Marcus moved to Montgomery and has been a fixture on the airwaves every since.  He was the  News Director for the top Country and Adult Contemporary stations in the area for almost a decade.  Before that he served in various roles in...

Program Director

Mel has been the early-morning voice of WVAS since the station began broadcasting in 1984.  He studied at Stillman, Tuskegee, and Troy Universities.  Early in his career, Mel provided advance promotions for the iconic 1970s R&B band, The...

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