KSUT expands content management staff, welcomes Crystal Ashike and Mark Duggan
KSUT is pleased to announce the appointment of Crystal Ashike as digital media content editor for KSUT Tribal Radio, and Mark Duggan as content manager and website administrator for Four Corners Public Radio.
Crystal reports for the Navajo Times and has worked as a Tribal Nation reporter for Global Press Journal. A graduate of Fort Lewis College with a B.A. in Graphic Design/Marketing Communications, she does freelance design and social media for clients such as Rocky Mountain PBS, and has been recognized for her photography.
Mark Duggan has joined the staff as content manager and website administrator after 18 months as an independent contractor. He also previously worked for KSUT as program director.
Mark is a Boulder, Colorado native and lifelong resident of the West. His career has taken him from big cities (Denver, Tucson) to mountain towns (Gunnison, Flagstaff). Along the way, he's been a DJ, program director, reporter, editor, copywriter, sound designer, and website administrator. He is the recipient of two Edward R. Murrow Awards, including a national award for Best Feature Reporting and a regional for Documentary Production.
"With the growing significance of digital content as part of KSUT's service, the addition of Crystal and Mark to our staff will enable both stations to expand their offerings and expertise as public media providers," said executive director, Tami Graham. "We look forward to having them join the KSUT family."