The Bridge, Delmarva's locally based Christian music radio station, with three frequencies reaching from Smyrna south to Exmore, Va., has added several new members to its team and promoted several other team members.
Andrew Jackson, director of marketing, will assume additional responsibilities as data analyst. Jackson has been with the Bridge for seven years. In his new role, Jackson will analyze donor, marketing, listener ratings and digital data to help the Bridge better serve listeners and supporters.
Dawn DeVries, formerly database assistant, has transitioned to her new role as traffic director. DeVries has been with the Bridge for three years. She will coordinate the daily program logs, and scheduling non-music programming including underwriting announcements.
Mandy Stofer has joined the Bridge as donor relations and underwriting developer to establish donor and business relationships across the lower Eastern Shore. She and her husband Rob live in Delmar, Md., where they are raising their three sons, John, Kaleb and Cameron. Her love of people and volunteer service match the Bridge's mission to connect people to Jesus and each other while strengthening their lives.
The newest on-air talent, Aaron Fenimore, hosts the Bridge Evening Show from 7 to 10 p.m., Monday to Friday, and afternoons on Saturday. He and his wife Jessica live in Lewes. He works full time as hospitality director for Chick-fil-A Rehoboth Beach. Fenimore is passionate about the Bible and ministering to people, and ultimately would like to pursue full-time ministry.
Joe Willey has joined the Bridge staff as graphic designer. He formerly worked for WOLC-FM in Princess Anne, Md., as editor/designer of the digital Manna, and he served as director of story for Delmarva Christian Schools. He spent the last three years working in Florida for the Journey church and Ligonier Ministries, the Christian discipleship organization founded by R.C. Sproul. Willey and his family recently returned to their home on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
The Bridge broadcasts Christian music and serves most of the Delmarva Peninsula and southern New Jersey on three frequencies: WKNZ 88.7 FM licensed to Harrington, WNKZ 92.5 FM licensed to Pocomoke City, Md., and W232DJ 94.3 FM in Ocean City, Md. The stations are owned and operated locally by the nonprofit Bridge of Hope Inc., and are listener-supported, non-commercial radio stations. The station is also available on a free app. To tune in online, go to www.887thebridge.com.