People

  • Mary-Charlotte Domandi  is the award-winning producer and host of the Santa Fe Radio Café on KSFR 101.FM.  A graduate of Yale University and St. John’s College, she interviews people on topics ranging from literature and the ar...

  • Melanie Harth, PhD, is a psychologist-trained transformational coach, writer for The Huffington Post, and an active blogger. She’s all about Living From Happiness, and helping others do the same. She works with clients locally, as well as inter...

  • Libra Rising (nice), Scorpio Moon(ouch), and Aquarius Sun(different)…That’s Merrylin LeBlanc!  She has been producing Moonwise on KSFR since the summer of 2000, after having broadcast the show on KVSF here in Santa F...

  • Mi’Jan Celie Tho-Biaz, Ed.D. works in the fields of arts education,  community based media production and oral history collection, while serving as the Executive Director of Youth Media Project in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Mi’Jan Celie has over 15 ...

  • How did you happen to join the KSFR family?

    Can't keep a "good man" off the radio, and it's a nice fit

    What was your broadcasting background prior to KSFR?

    I've been doing both commercial and non commercial radio most of m...

  • Ned Jacobs has devoted most of his professional career to causes. He founded a private school for children with learning disabilities in 1972 in Los Angeles and served as it's Executive Director until 1992.  He then worked for Kaplan Educationa...

  • Originally from Carrollton, Texas, Nick has lived in Santa Fe for about 12 years now.  With his wife Monique and their son Oliver, he enjoys having fun outdoors, on the road, and adding green chili to just about anything.  He is proud to be a ...

  • How did you happen to join the KSFR family?

    Through Acoustic Explorations

    What was your broadcasting background prior to KSFR?

    Musical performances

    What is/was your “Day Job” prior to joining KSFR?

    Los Alamos...

  • How did you happen to join the KSFR family?

    My friend volunteered at KSFR, and I offered to help with some articles and research.  George suggested that I also help with web support, and here I am.

    What was your broadcasting back...

  • Like many denizens of Santa Fe, Peter Lloyd has had a varied past.  Born in England, he completed a bachelor’s degree in economics as well as an apprenticeship as a joiner and cabinetmaker there.  He then came to the U.S., where he received a P...

  • ·      Current. Senior Scholar and Advisor to the President of Kaplan University.

    ·      2013-2015, President of the Open College at Kaplan University

    ·      2007 -2013. Senior Vice President of Kaplan Higher Education. In this ro...

  • Philip S. Cook moved to Santa Fe from Washington, D.C., in 1990 after more than 30 years as a journalist and magazine editor and occasional stints of government service. He graduated from Williams College in 1951 and served as a psychological w...

  • 1) How did you happen to join the KSFR family?

    I was asked to get checked out on the control room operations by Peter Nathanson shortly after he started up the Acoustic Explorations show on Thursday evenings.

    2) What was your broa...

  • Born, raised, and educated in New York City, Rhea is the mother of two exceptional human beings, Nina and Tony Simons.  Moving diagonally across country from New York City to Santa Fe in 1982, Rhea left behind several decades of creative entre...

  • Ricardo Perez grew up in Venezuela and has lived in Santa Fe for 20 years. He originally hosted “JazzalaCarta” on KSFR from 2002 to 2012 before leaving for a work commitment. He returned to the station in spring of 2014, and listeners are glad ...

  • Ron Hale was born in Mexico and has lived in New Mexico for over 30 years.  Ron has been doing radio since the 1960s—first at WRSN in Swarthmore, PA, then at WGDR in Plainfield, VT, and then in New Mexico at KUNM in Albuquerque and KSFR in San...

  • How did you happen to join the KSFR family? 

    I had a show on KUNM that was only 20 minutes long every other week, and Tim offered to give me 30min on his show every week.  After a few months, it was thought my show was too avant guarde ...

  • Steve Terrell is host of The Santa Fe Opry -- which specializes in the sounds of good old country music from days of yore, plus ancient backwoods "Old Weird America" hillbilly and country blues and a huge slice of modern, underground and alt-c...

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