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Staff

Dawn Rae May | Morning Show Host; Senior Announcer

Dawn Rae May has loved Moody Radio for almost a decade now, serving where the Lord would give her opportunity. For six years she covered Morning Drive at Moody Radio Nashville, part time. Changing direction 3.5 years ago, Dawn took a position within the Christian school her children attend but still stayed involved with Moody Radio Nashville, filling in for morning drive, helping with SHARE, and most recently hosting Saturday and Sunday mornings. Dawn graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelors in Telecommunications. She has loved and been privileged to serve in Christian radio for a number of years and is excited to return full time to Moody Radio Nashville. She has been married to her husband Ben for 24 years and they have 3 children. Alexandria (Alex) is their eldest and she is a junior at Moody. Micah is their 16 yr old son and Hannah finishes out their family of five at age 10. Ben and Dawn love serving others and frequently have long-term guests in their home. They have a heart for hospitality and sharing Christ's love and blessings with others.

Scott Thunder | Station Manager

Scott Thunder is the new Station Manager Moody Radio in Nashville. Scott spent most of the last decade in development work as part of Bible League International, creating and executing national radio fundraising programs. He has extensive cross cultural ministry experience, as well as many writing credits to his name. Scott spent 13 years at KCMS/Seattle, which received the NRB Station Of The Year award in 1994. He spent time in the 1990's programming Morningstar, and the Salem Music Network in Nashville. Over the years, Scott wrote and produced several syndicated radio programs, such as Family Values, Word and Worship Weekly, and the CCM Radio Magazine. He started in Christian radio in 1982 after graduating from Eastern Washington University near Spokane. Scott has five adult children, and resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with his wife Martha.