Friends of KCPW is an advisory council supporting the mission and purpose of KCPW. Its members come from all walks of life. They represent a cross section of KCPW’s listeners and supporters and play a vital role in the success, stability and growth of KCPW.
There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t yet met. -William Butler Yeats
Steve joined the Wasatch Public Media board in July 2013. He has enjoyed public radio for years. As an early listener, he helped shape the BBC’s World Have Your Say as well as NPR’s Tell Me More and The Bryant Park Project. He works in web development and marketing. In his personal life, he enjoys running, eating Vietnamese food, and wearing bow ties. A proud Texan by birth, Steve is happy to live in Utah. After starting his undergraduate work at Penn State Abington, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Brigham Young University and a Master of Information Management from the University of Maryland.
Jordan is a Utah native, lifelong public radio fan, and began volunteering at KCPW in 2010. He is currently pursuing a degree in Anthropology at the University of Utah, and is a supervisor at the University of Utah Hospital. In his free time, Jordan enjoys Historical Sword fighting, spending time in the great outdoors and tinkering in his Rosepark workshop.
Melanie Steiner-Sherwood, Secretary- Friends of KCPW
John is the inaugural chair of the Council. He is a tax examiner with the IRS but his primary focus is Vice President of Chapter 67 of the National Treasury Employee’s Union, which represents over 6,000 local Federal Employees. John is involved as a mediator in grievance procedures and as the Legislative Director. John is a native of Ogden, Utah and has been a KCPW supporter and listener since 2003.
Brian Ledbetter works as an Audit Associate with the accounting firm Grant Thornton. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees of Accounting from the University of Utah following ten years of retail experience selling books and groceries in Seattle, Boston, and New York. Brian has been a KCPW listener and volunteer since 2003.
KCPW Development and Advisory Council Bylaws
Notice of Public Meetings
Commencing October 1, 2009, Notice of Wasatch Public Media Board of Director meetings and Friends of KCPW Council meetings, including time and place, will be posted at this site at least seven days prior to the meetings. All meetings are open to the public. Minutes of the meetings will be placed in the Public File at KCPW and can be viewed during normal business hours of the station.