Press Contacts: Teri L. Sullivan
July 16, 2014
For Immediate Release
WKNO Announces New Staff
WKNO Public Broadcasting is pleased to announce the following new staff members.
Holly Adams is WKNO’s new Bookkeeper. Originally from Oklahoma City, she received her degree in Accounting from Southwest Community College. She previously worked with the Town of Arlington as an accounting clerk.
Holly will be working with human resources and processing accounts payable for WKNO. Holly is pleased to be joining the WKNO staff. She enjoys watching WKNO children’s programming with her daughters – Curious George is their favorite, “because of all the fun mischief he finds himself in.”
Brittany Cooper, WKNO’s Membership Assistant is also new to WKNO. Leaving her home of Clarksville, Arkansas, Brittany obtained her degree in both Music and Anthropology from Vanderbilt. She then received her Master’s in Music from the University of Michigan. Before joining WKNO, Brittany served at the Memphis Symphony Orchestra as the Personnel Manager.
At WKNO, Brittany will aid the membership department in providing services for WKNO-TV and WKNO-FM donors. Membership dollars are the largest source of funding for the station. Brittany is excited to be at WKNO, which was very influential in her childhood. Growing up, she enjoyed watching Wishbone every day after school.
WKNO is a non-profit, private foundation serving the Mid-South for more than 58 years. An important community resource, WKNO uses the power of non-commercial public broadcasting to provide the Mid-South with quality educational and cultural programs that inform, entertain, and inspire.
For more information, visit www.wkno.org or follow WKNO on Facebook @WKNO and @WKNO – 91.1 FM Memphis or on Twitter @wkno_tv and @wknofm.
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