89.3 KSBJ announces the promotion of on-air talent, Susan O’Donnell, as the new program director for Houston’s number one contemporary Christian radio station.  With over 17 years at KSBJ, O’Donnell co-hosts The Morning Show with Mike Kankelfritz every weekday morning, determined to start her listener’s day off on a bright note.

In her role as program director, O’Donnell will manage KSBJ’s on-air programming including on-air personalities, music selection and on-air messaging.

“I’m so excited about this new opportunity with KSBJ!” said O’Donnell.  “Great program directors have led KSBJ, who I have great respect for.  They have done amazing work with making KSBJ the award-winning station that it is and I look forward to continuing their work.”

“KSBJ is pleased to announce Susan’s promotion as she has been a valuable member of the KSBJ team for close to two decades,” said Tim McDermott, president and general manager of KSBJ.  “Susan is a great leader and role model for our on-air team.  She has such a heart for our listeners. While she has been able to positively impact thousands through the morning show, now she will be able to have even a greater ministry impact as she leads the whole KSBJ programming team.”

Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, O’Donnell is a veteran of the radio industry with over 26 years of experience including working at stations in Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa and Texas.  She is a graduate of Johnson Bible College in Knoxville, Tennessee.

About KSBJ

Celebrating 28 years on-air, 89.3 KSBJ is Houston’s leading listener supported, non-profit, non-commercial contemporary Christian music radio station.   The purpose of KSBJ is to be the voice of hope connecting people to God, through Christian music, community outreach and events. As a listener supported radio station, and a long standing member of the ECFA, KSBJ’s ministry is managed by a group of volunteer men and women from across the Greater Houston area who serve as members of its Board of Directors.  The board members represent diverse denominations, backgrounds and professions to provide oversight, direction and accountability for the ministry. For more information about KSBJ, visit www.ksbj.org

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