Patty Cahill, the former general manager of KCUR who retired this year after 25 years, has a new gig. She’s the new chairwoman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, The Star reports.
She’s been on the board of the organization since 2009, and previously served as vice chair. According to her bio on the CPB’s site, “Cahill has worked in public radio for 40 years. Prior to KCUR, she worked as a reporter, producer, program director, news director, and general manager of KMUW-FM at Wichita State University. She was also an instructor in speech communications and journalism at the school.”
She replaces Bruce Ramer for her one-year term.