Joanne’s long relationship with the station includes News Anchor and Reporter, Program producer and host of the popular Columbia River Ship Report. Joining Coast Community Radio from her position as Reporter with the Coast River Business Journal, Joanne is dedicated to covering the issues and sharing the stories of our region.
Program & Music Director
Elizabeth started her radio career as the “Astrology Lady” on her high school radio station in 1973. She helped to build WJFF in Jeffersonville, NY- the first completely hydro-powered radio station in the U.S. in the early 90’s. She has been with Coast Community Radio since 1995. Her daughter Alia was KMUN’s first radio baby!
Mass communications and marketing have been in Susan’s blood since college days when she hosted a radio show in Nevada, MO. Being at Coast Community Radio uses all of Susan’s skills and contacts in a way that she feels gives back to the community. Welcome home, Susan.
Graham Nystrom is a jack-of-all-trades kind of guy. As a guitarist and pianist, making music is a primary passion, but the technological side of the music industry has been his trade since 2003. Starting out as a live sound and recording engineer for bands and venues, he eventually turned to broadcast radio as Technical Director for Live Wire Radio and Oregon Public Broadcasting. Nowadays, he couldn’t be happier offering his skills and experience to Coast Community Radio.
Janet is relatively new to Astoria but not to non-profit work. She has an eclectic background in development, event production, database management, bookstore ownership, customer service and tech support. Through it all, she’s maintained a passion for books, music, animals and community. She started with us as a volunteer librarian and is thrilled to now be in the role of showering Coast Community Radio members with gratitude and support.
Terry grew up in Long Beach and Ilwaco, Washington, then spent seven years in the US Coast Guard as an electronics technician, followed by four years in Navy Aviation as RADAR operator. He has much radio and some television broadcasting experience: with KLSN and KXA in Seattle as a classical DJ; with KGHO in Hoquiam as program director and DJ; and many other stations in the Northwest, adorned with titles like Transmitter Engineer, Audio Engineer, and Assistant News and Sports Director. Terry returned to his native coastal stomping grounds in 2000 with his wife of 29 years, Barbara, and joined Coast Community Radio in 2002.