People

  • Community At Large Member

    Chris practiced law on the Navajo Nation before transitioning in to grant writing and fundraising for non-profits that provided free legal assistance to Native Americans. Currently, she is an independent consultant specializing in grant writing...

  • Southern Ute Tribal Member

    Eddie and his family have a long and rich history with KSUT.  His father, Eddie Box Sr., was a founding member of the station in 1976.  Eddie grew up listening to KSUT, has hosted a show featuring Native American contemporary artists and...

  • Secretary, Southern Ute Tribal Member

    The granddaughter of Cassimero "Casey" Baker and Edna Russell Baker, and the daughter of Archie Baker and Diana Cambridge Baker, Linda Baker is the oldest of six children. Linda has worked with Fort Lewis College; Village of Anvik, Alaska;...

  • Southern Ute Tribal Member

    Maria Baker grew up in Ignacio, Colorado and has lived in Durango since 1996.  She is from an agricultural family in La Boca, Colorado and is a member of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.

    Maria graduated from Fort Lewis College in 2000 and...

  • Vice President, Community At Large Member

    Paula is an independent consultant specializing in non-profit management. Paula serves on the Pagosa Arts & Culture Project and has held officer positions on boards for the Pagosa Animal Advocates, Texas Humane Legislation Network and...

  • President, Community At Large Member

    Most of Dr. Hoehlein’s professional experience over the past 30+ years has been centered on providing leadership for the development and delivery of adult continuing education programs.  He has served as a board member for numerous professional...

  • Treasurer, Southern Ute Tribal Member

    Williamette “Pebs” DeKay is a life-long resident of Ignacio and is the revenue auditor for Red Willow Production Company. Williamette has been involved with KSUT for several decades in numerous capacities, ranging from being a volunteer DJ in...