I am a 20+ year veteran radio broadcaster, television host, and radio programmer who hails from the westside of Chicago. I attended Columbia College Chicago and briefly studied comedy and improv at Chicago’s Second City and Improv Olympic. I practice the religion of sarcasm, and I also love to travel. I decided radio was his my at 16 years of age, and have since claimed #1 Urban radio ratings from Mornings to Nights at stations in Chicago and currently in Central Texas, where I was famously heard screaming after seeing a mouse in the studio. I now oversee 5 stations as Operations Manager for Townsquare Media’s Killeen/Temple cluster. I have a passion for giving back to the communities that have continuously supported my career. I led after school and Summer programs for high school students from various Chicago Public high schools. It was there that I learned the meaning of “LIT” and “TURNT”. In addition, I was an Instructor at Illinois Media School, where I mainly focused on developing the next generation of broadcast professionals. When I'm not on air, I love traveling to California and Las Vegas, but prefer Caribbean beaches over any destination. As a son of the Midwest, I'm always pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoy exploring all areas of Texas, where every city is an adventure. My ultimate dream is to star in movies and my own network sitcom.
Trey the Choklit Jok
Should Texas Pass a Constitutional Carry Law?
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Governor Abbott Refuses to Throw First Pitch at Texas Rangers Home Opener
Texas Governor Greg Abbott didn't need three strikes. He's just out and has declined an invitation to throw out the first pitch at the Ranger's home opener.
Beto O’Rourke Has Officially Declared He Will Not Be Running for Texas Governor
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Texas Winter Storm Death Toll Rises to 111
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Texas House Could Nudge Congress to Pass Vanessa Guillen Bill
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Texas School Asks Female Students To Dress “In A Feminine Manner” To Please Men
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