People

  • Florida Frontiers Host

    Dr. Florida Frontiers HostBrotemarkle is Associate Professor of Humanities and Department Chair at Brevard Community College in Titusville. As creator, producer and host of the weekly public radio program The Arts Connection on 90.7 WM...

  • News Anchor/Reporter

    Bob Barrett has been a radio broadcaster since the mid 1970s and has worked at stations from northern New York to south Florida and, oddly, has been able to make a living that way. He began work in public radio in 2001. Over the years he has pr...

  • Carl Wernicke is a native of Pensacola. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1975 with a degree in journalism. After 33 years as a reporter and editor, he retired from the Pensacola News Journal in April 2012; he spent the last 15 yea...

  • Mucial Gumbo Host

    Chris has been hosting Musical Gumbo on WUWF for nearly 20 years. His love of music and the culture of his native New Orleans combine to make a unique musical program featuring the amazing variety of good music found in and around the Crescent ...

  • Technical Director/Program Host

    Dale Riegle is the technical director for WUWF Public Media, and works with the entire WUWF technical & engineering team to provide the best radio possible across multiple platforms, including old-fashioned FM radio, state-of-the-art HD (di...

  • Weekend Host

    Danielle Freeman has worked as a weekend host at WUWF since 2006 and a part time news reporter since 2013. Danielle is a graduate of the University of West Florida with a B.A. in Communication Arts with a specialization in Broadcast Journalism ...

  • Assistant News Director

    Dave came to WUWF in September, 2002, after 14 years as News Director at the Alabama Radio Network in Montgomery, Mobile and Birmingham and a total of 27 years in commercial radio. During that time, he also served as Alabama Bureau Chief for Un...

  • Eco Minutes Producer and Host

    Dr. Enid Sisskin received her PhD from Columbia University in Pathobiology. She has worked as an environmental activist in this area for more than 20 years. She is currently on the faculty of the School of Allied Health and Life Sciences at the...

  • Host

    Greg is the host of the long running program, The Blue Plate Special. He is a professional musician and digital entrepreneur. He lives in Pensacola with his wife, April, and their three children.

  • Station Manager/Program Director

    Joe Vincenza has been working in public radio since 1984, doing any number of jobs at a variety of stations around the country.  As Program Director at WUWF, a position he's held since arriving in Pensacola in 2000, his job now focuses on makin...

  • Information Technology Director

    John began his career in radio at the age of 14 when he took over a weekend disc jockey shift at a local AM station. He continued working in commercial radio until he returned to the Pensacola area  and began working at WUWF. He has produced Ac...

  • Executive Director

    Pat Crawford has been a part of the WUWF Public Media team since 1982. After receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Hampden-Sydney College and a Master's Degree in Public Broadcast Administration from the University of Arizona, he bega...

  • Economist

    Rick Harper's career as an economist began in 1979 at the Research Triangle Institute in North Carolina, where he was involved in all phases of various funded research projects. Rick received his Ph.D. in Economics from Duke University in 1989 ...

  • News Director

    Sandra Averhart has been News Director at WUWF since 1996. Her first job in broadcasting was with (then) Pensacola radio station WOWW107-FM, where she worked 11 years.  Sandra, who is a native of Pensacola, earned her B.S. in Communication from...