Born in Tuscaloosa, I bring a wealth of information, inspiration and more to the gospel community and listeners in Tuscaloosa. Join me weekday afternoons 2-6pm on Praise 93.3/790 WTSK for the best in gospel music, industry news, local information and inspiration. I am a minister who loves gospel music and radio, so it all works together! I begin radio in high school at WACT-AM as a news assistant, and came to WTSK & WTUG in 2004 until 2012 as on air personality and board operator on weeknights and weekends. I joined WMXB & WWPG in 2016 as a on air personality and have worked for an online radio station GPGR as well. I am currently on afternoons 2-6 for Praise 93.3! I have a bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism and a Masters degree in Public Administration from Troy University.
Tuscaloosa’s Walter Hawkins Jr. Puts Action Behind Black History
Introducing an Alabama Black History Maker whose influence impacts church, the community and more through pastoral care, business and community service.
Tuscaloosa to Atlanta: George Greene Impacts Black History
Introducing an Alabama Black History Maker whose influence impacts students, faculty and more through leadership, the arts and education.
Tuscaloosa’s Steve Brown Inspires Through Laughter & Philanthropy
Introducing an Alabama Black History Maker whose influence goes beyond the realm of comedy, encompassing the positive impact he aims to create in the lives of aspiring students through laughter and philanthropy.
Stepfon Lewis: Path of Community Service to Black Empowerment
Meet a Black History Maker of Alabama who believes the path of community service and black empowerment involves economic prosperity.
This Alabama Black Educator Nurtures the Love for Learning
Meet a remarkable Black History Maker from Alabama who embodies the principles of teamwork, discipline, and perseverance, leaving an enduring imprint on the lives of those under his guidance.
Meet Dre’mail King: First Black Head Football Coach in Bibb County
Meet Alabama high school coach Dre'mail King, creating history by inspiring young men in West Blocton and Tuscaloosa.
Alabama’s Michelle Cole-Barnes Is Making Black History in Rural Advocacy
Meet Alabama citizen, Michelle Cole Barnes who is creating history with by being a rural community advocate. She feels that she has been able to give back to her rural community through healthcare, ministry and advocacy.
Tuscaloosa’s Kenneth Jenkins Makes Black History in Graphic Arts
Meet Tuscaloosa native, Kenneth Jenkins who is creating history with his graphics and arts design business. He feels that he has been able to give back to his community through graphic arts and technology to Tuscaloosa and beyond.
Tuscaloosa’s Phillip Craig Makes Black History with Drum Nation
Meet Tuscaloosa native, Phillip Craig who is creating history with the Drum National Drum School. He feels that he has been able to sow back the same seeds into the community that God has sown into him.
Tuscaloosa Couple Is Making Black History In Funeral Service
John and Tomika Rainey, a Tuscaloosa couple are creating Black History in the funeral service industry. As a part of the community, they are dedicated to caring for others, one family at a time.