WIUM Tristates Public Radio

Stephanie Foulk

Membership Marketing Manager

Stephanie is the Membership Marketing Manager. As Marketing Manager her primary job function is to plan, execute and evaluate the annual giving membership program for Tri States Public Radio, through direct mail, e-communications, on-air fundraising and special event activities. Stephanie is from Macomb, IL. Stephanie has a B.A in Business and a Master’s in Art from Western Illinois University. Stephanie’s career in radio was a mere coincidence. Her former employer recommended that she look into a job opening she had found at TSPR. Stephanie has much experience being previously employed with Infobahn Outfitters as the Web Team Coordinator/Project Manager, with IL Institute for Rural Affairs as Research Assistant, and now for TSPR as the Membership Marketing Manager. Outside of work, enjoys listening to music, reading, and spending time in fellowship with family and friends.

Ways to Connect

Join Tri States Public Radio on a fantastic journey to Iceland with Collette, North America's leading tour operator. Taking us to this island of dramatic contrasts, our 9-day tour departing May 20, 2018.

Amy Andrews has received numerous awards and honors for her songwriting and what one audience member has deemed her ability to "transport" listeners with her performances, and befriend them with her unassuming wit, charm, and candor.

In the last year, Andrews has gone solo, received national press, chatted with the good folks of National Public Radio, and completed an international tour.

This break-out folk trio from Springfield, IL started out in a big way, with their song "Devil" winning the American Songwriter Magazine's Grand Prize before their debut album was released.

The wonderfully crafted songs and tight harmonies of their self-titled debut album have been showing up on many folk charts during the past year.

"Wonderfully original mountain music" -Martin Anderson, WNCW 88.7FM

This Gurf Morlix fellow - Buffalo born, Texas bred - has provided us with countless indelible musical moments in the last 40-plus years: his exemplary guitar and production work with Lucinda Williams: his instrumental accompaniment to artists ranging from Blaze Foley to Warren Zevon; his production of watermark albus for artists such as Ray Wylie Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen and Mary Gauthier - and, since 2000, a sears of eight solo records.

**UPDATE: TSPR enlightens, educates, inspires, entertains and reflects the community by presenting high quality content that earns the interest, involvement and support of the people we serve. Your contribution makes it all possible. Thank you!

We did it! Thanks to all who contributed during our first-ever Silent Drive. We raised the whole goal of $75,500 and are so grateful for all of your support!

Your support allows us to ask the tough questions, find critical answers, and deliver a focus on the truth.

Pledge Now

The typical "on-air" portion of our spring campaign is usually scheduled for 8 days in March or April. You know the format: extended program interruptions for a full 6-8 days reminding our listeners and friends that their financial support is essential to the way TSPR operates.

We hope to reduce fundraising that interrupts programs by as much as possible and we're counting on your support to help us do it. Our promise is simple--we won't come back for a traditional "on-air" campaign this spring if we are able to reach our semi-annual fundraising goal of $77,500.

Join Other TSPR Members and Pledge Now

Have any doubts about why you should give? Listen to the testimonies below:

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Your support allows us to ask the tough questions, find critical answers, and deliver a focus on the truth.

Remember: We hope to reduce fundraising that interrupts programs by as much as possible and we're counting on your support to help us do it. Our promise is simple--we won't come back for a traditional "on-air" campaign this spring if we are able to reach our semi-annual fundraising goal of $77,500.

Pledge Now

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