People of Northwest Public Radio
Bruce Bradberry regularly hosts Weekend Edition on Northwest Public Radio, and can be heard occasionally throughout the week as a part-time producer.
Bruce served as a teacher and administrator in various levels of education for forty years before retiring. After receiving degrees from Pepperdine University, Bruce earned his Ed.D. at UCLA, and served as Admissions and Records Officer at colleges and universities in California prior to becoming Director of Admissions at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington.
Moving to the classroom, Bruce taught in Cottonwood, Idaho, and Omak, Washington, before teaching music and social studies for seventeen years in Deary, Idaho. He was Principal in Nezperce and Superintendent of Schools in Challis, and retired as Superintendent in Troy, Idaho.
Bruce and his wife Susan live on Moscow Mountain.
Toni Tabora-Roberts brings a wide-range of experience working with a variety of arts and media organizations. At Young Audiences and KBOO Community Radio, Toni led outreach efforts developing and implementing community outreach and engagement strategies. She was the Media Fund Director at Center for Asian American Media, overseeing funding initiatives and producer resources, and she has been a contributing writer to The Asian Reporter. Toni is active media maker and performing artist. She is a radio producer with APA Compass collective at KBOO Community Radio. She also bounces around the Portland improv theater scene as director of The Relatives and guest performer at the Brody Theater and Curious Comedy Theatre.
What I cover
Community. Engagement. Social Media. Conversations.
One of my favorite outdoor activities
Riding with my hubby Matt on our borrowed candy apple red Schwinn tandem bike. The bike's on long-term loan to us from our friend who is a traveling clown. Yes, she really is a professional clown.
farmers markets, Etsy, nerding out, being a mommy
pickles, pantyhose (the word)