I was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, but have lived in California off and on long enough to dry off, from the wet Northwest weather. My wife, Mary, and I have three kids, Jordan, Kenzie and Madison. My passions are mission trips and photography and I especially love to combine the two. A picture I took while serving on a mission trip in Vietnam earned me first place, in the “People” section for the Sacramento Bee travel section. I began my radio career when I was a junior in high school.
I grew up in Santa Barbara, California with my mom, dad, and two older sisters. I am a single mom to my son Shane. In my pre-KSGN life, I spent ten years working as a personal trainer. Then, I decided to attend school for radio broadcasting and television production. After that I worked as a voiceover artist and started doing news, traffic, and weather for various Southern California stations. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, creative writing and plan to start a crate garden. I am a self-professed germ-a-phobe, a purse horse, and want to learn how to cook!
Bryan and I officially became the morning show team June 2011 and are having a blast helping you start your day. We love the opportunity to interact with our listeners and invite you to be a friend on facebook – https://www.facebook.com/bryanandbrandi
From a very early age, I had a dream on being on radio and TV. Then when I started college, at what is now Cedarville University, in Cedarville, Ohio I was pursuing a degree in Communication Arts and Professional Writing. As far as the whole realm of radio, that opportunity was literally dropped in my lap. My friend, Betsy, who was a Nursing major had a really great voice so she was doing commercials for the radio station on campus (the CDR Radio Network). She introduced me to her boss and the rest is history. I auditioned reading some news and I know it was not that good but he hired me to fill in. Before I knew it, I was being asked to do all kinds of things including lots of weather and newscasts. Ever since that time, I have been able to work in a number of markets like this great place we call the Inland Empire.
I’m incredibly passionate about the music we play on KSGN because I know that it is having an impact on lives, bringing those who are searching—to truth.
I adore my family which is made up of my best friend, hubby Terry, aka personal chef, daughter, Johanna, and son, Jordan, and let’s not forget our other babies, a Jack Russell Terrier named JoJo and a Min Pin named Baxter.
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With so many family and friends living in places that get cold (for real cold) in the winter, I’m so fortunate to live in SoCal with my beautiful wife, Zara, and 2 child-actor daughters, Jazmyne and Zoe. My son, Zable (yes, every name has a ‘z’ in it!), is off to college in hot and humid South Texas now.
It’s been a blessing to see and hear how God works in people’s lives in the precise moments they’ve needed Him and be able to share those moments of encouragement through radio for over 20 years now. If we ever get a chance to visit, you’ll find that I love to wonder how we can solve the world’s problems. I figure there must be a way to do that by combining computers, an understanding of God and human history, and a piano somehow.
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I was born in Grangeville, Idaho.
Graduated from Lewiston High School, and a tech’ school in Phoenix with an emphasis on Communications.
The greatest loves of my life are my beautiful wife and four children. Gabriel is the youngest in the family with a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. McKayla’s daddy’s girl and an incredible volleyball player. Tyler is in the Air Force Reserve and has served in the Middle East. Whitney’s mama’s girl and married to Ben. They are parents of our first grand-baby, Theo. Jett is our Miniature Long-Haired Wiener-Dog and Luna is our Parakeet.
I have an obsession with Black Bamboo, fresh home-made bagels and Arabica bean certified organic, Free Trade coffee.
I’m originally from the ‘burbs just north of Seattle, WA. Raised on mountains, fishing, and lots of rain.
My husband, John, and I recently celebrated our third wedding anniversary! We met a few years back at work. He’s a superman at building stuff (like Ikea furniture and houses, in general) and loves to fish. John speaks three languages, which I find so cute. We love to kayak and cook.
My parents have been married 30+ years. My aunt Susan lives with them; she has cerebral palsy and has kept my parents occupied since they’ve become empty-nesters in recent years. I have three brothers: Bobby, Steve, and Nick. Bobby, and his wife, Ashley, are expecting a baby very soon.
I’m learning Portuguese, graduated from Columbia University and, although I broke my toe once doing this, I love wakeboarding.
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After being a listener for years, I am elated to be part of the KSGN Ministry Team! I’ve worked in several different capacities of the secular broadcast industry, but a while back, I started asking the Lord to provide an opportunity for me to use my skills for His Kingdom. So when a producer position opened at KSGN, for the “Bryan and Brandi Morning Show,” it was an answer to prayer.
I was born and raised in the Inland Empire. I earned a B.A. in communications from the University of California, San Diego. I started my career at KCBS All News Radio, in San Francisco, as an editor. From there, I went to the Lone-Star State to work as a reporter for KGNS TV, an NBC affiliate. A month later, I was promoted to co-anchor of the morning show. The I.E. then called me back home to work at the Inland California Television Network as a weather anchor/photojournalist. I spent the next few years working at different radio stations doing news, traffic, and weather.
I am married to my husband Eric, and we have two children, Dylan and Ava. In our spare time, we enjoy watching our son play baseball, soccer, and basketball and observing our daughter’s milestones.