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Audrey Atkins

Audrey Atkins

Director of Community Engagement

Why I Support WBHM: The Williams Family

Paul and Cindy Williams family listen to WBHM everyday. “We turn on the radio first thing in the morning and then make coffee,” says Cindy. The whole family, including their children, has been listening to NPR for decades. “Just being surrounded by public radio in the car and also at home, was constantly putting a […]

Why I Support WBHM and the SED: Paul Blutter

Paul Blutter is a civic-minded businessman and father of two who appreciates stories from the Southern Education Desk at WBHM. He’s originally from New York and now lives in Homewood. “We love living here,” says Blutter. “It’s a great place to raise kids. And I think as parents, we all have to make important decisions […]

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Why I Support WBHM: Reed Lochamy

Reed Lochamy is what you might call a renaissance man. He’s an English teacher at Hoover High School, host of the weekly show “Oh Brother Radio” on Birmingham Mountain Radio, and a regular commentator for SEC Network. He’s also a huge fan of public radio and WBHM. “I touch base with WBHM in the mornings […]

Why I Support WBHM and the SED: Linda Stephan

Linda Stephan is a local artist and art historian who values reporting from the Southern Education Desk at WBHM. She’s lived in the Birmingham area most of her life and has taught at several area universities. “I’m very, very interested in education and learning,” says Stephan. “That’s why I’m so supportive of the Southern Education […]