Special Events Managernwright@wesa.fm
Corporate Support Representativepgolias@wesa.fm
Pam’s worked for many years in marketing development and strategic planning for businesses and not-for-profit organizations. She has more than 25 years of experience in advertising sales for broadcasting and media outlets in the Pittsburgh...
Patrick Doyle oversees the 90.5 WESA newsroom.
Before becoming news director, Doyle served as the director of digital and feature content for WESA. He has reported radio stories for Keystone Crossroads, a Pennsylvania journalism...
Development Services Coordinatorpsmith@wesa.fm
Science, Health And Tech Reportersboden@wesa.fm
Sarah Boden covers health, science and technology for 90.5 WESA. Before coming to Pittsburgh in November 2017, she was a reporter for Iowa Public Radio where she covered a range of issues, including the 2016 Iowa Caucuses.
Digital Engagement Editorskovash@wesa.fm
Sarah Kovash connects 90.5 WESA listeners with the station's online content and social media platforms, in addition to reporting and editing.
She previously worked as a web producer for KDKA-TV, as a freelance journalist for the Valley...
Sarah Schneider covers education for 90.5 WESA. That means looking at how people learn in Western Pennsylvania. Her reporting examines how local and national decisions impact access to education and policy. She loves being in classrooms talking...
CEO, Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corporationtoreilly@wesa.fm
A multiple award-winning producer, journalist and executive, Mr. O’Reilly has more than four decades of media experience. He comes to PCBC from Minneapolis, where he served most recently as Senior Vice President and Chief Content Officer for...
Corporate Support Representativetpirollo@wesa.fm
Tony Pirollo began selling for WYEP in August of 1997 and added 90.5 WESA to his product offering in 2011. As a true believer in the positive impact public radio has in the community, Tony actively works with...
Virginia reports on identity and justice for 90.5 WESA. That means looking at how people see themselves in the community, and how the community makes them feel. Her reporting examines things like race, policing, and housing to tell the stories...
Zach Goldstein is an intern at WESA, focusing on data journalism projects. He studies statistics at Carnegie Mellon University and has written for school newspapers in college and high school.