Christian radio and fundraising veteran Rich Anderson has signed an agreement with ShareMedia Services, a division of Dunham+Company, returning to radio after a season away from broadcasting, but still serving in the non-profit sector.
While still a student at Wheaton College, Rich got his start at the legendary AM 1000 WCFL-Chicago and 103.9 WCRM-Dundee. Rich helped start KADI-Springfield before moving to Michigan 28 years ago. In Michigan, Rich was PD/afternoon drive at WJQK-Grand Rapids, mornings at WMUZ-Detroit, and later started and ran WAYK/WAYG (Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids) where he also hosted morning drive for 12 years.
For the past nine years, Anderson worked for Kids Alive International in donor development, with a focus on major donors, church relationships, radio, and independent artists. Following his recent departure from Kids Alive, where he helped secure, and manage, over a million dollars in annual donations, Rich is excited to again help non-comm radio stations with their fundraising.
Rich has his BA in Communications, MA in Radio and TV Management, and over 20-years on-air in AC and CHR Christian music formats. He can be reached through ShareMedia Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.”