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LIZ BLACK NAMED KSLU DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
HAMMOND – Liz Black has joined
the staff of Southeastern Louisiana University’s radio station, KSLU 90.9FM,
as director of underwriting and development.
Black was advertising manager
of the Hammond Daily Star from 1989-2001, after first working for the newspaper
as an advertising sales representative. She has also served on boards and
committees of a number of community organizations such as the Hammond Chamber
of Commerce, the Richard Murphy Hospice Foundation, the Hammond Balloon
Festival Committee, the Tangipahoa Area United Way, the South Tangi Youth
Soccer Association and Special Olympics.
“Liz is a tremendous find for
KSLU,” said General Manager Wayne Cain. “Her background includes more than
20 years of helping business owners realize their potential. In addition
to her active involvement in the community, she’s a great, very engaging
person. We’re very happy to have her on board.”
Black is a graduate of Mississippi
State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing. She
also attended the American Press Institute’s Seminar for Management in
1990. She and her husband, Steve, regional vice president for Security
Plan, and their son, Ryan, a student at Ponchatoula Junior High School,
live in Hammond.
Black can be contacted at KSLU,
located in D Vickers Hall, 985-549-2330.
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