Wendy first fell in love with radio as a pre-teen, listening in awe of her radio idols. Despite being shy, she knew that this is what she wanted to do. Her first internship was at her local radio station at 17 years-old, while simultaneously working as an ice rink DJ.
Working her way through the ranks, Wendy eventually found her way to her dream job, hosting, entertaining and connecting with listeners during the workday hours.
Currently heard middays on 103.5 KTU, ‘The Beat of NY’ Wendy also lends her voice to Y100.1 in Southwest Florida, My 99.5 in Salt Lake City, and Totally 93.9 in Miami. In addition, Wendy’s ‘What’s Up With Wendy’ segment airs weekends on The Weekend Throwdown with Jagger, a nationally syndicated program with approximately 35 affiliates and counting. She provides various voice-overs for commercials, promos, and programs such as The Weekend Top 30 Countdown.
In the past, she has also been heard on Mix 106.1 in Philadelphia, Nick Radio on iHeartRadio, The All New 95.1 in Albuquerque, NM, 93-1 The Party in Las Vegas, 95-5 The Bull in Las Vegas, New Haven’s legendary KC101, and the world-famous Z100 in New York City.
In addition to her busy radio career, Wendy is also a co-host/producer of the Tales Over Cocktails podcast and the newly launched Give Our Take podcast, which she created to focus on current events, politics and ways we can all make positive change.
While not on the air or podcasting, Wendy has been called a “collector of hobbies” and loves to learn new skills. With a gymnastics background, she has experience in aerial arts (flying trapeze, aerial silks, and static trapeze), but these days mostly enjoys creating content for social media and brand partnerships. She’s used time during quarantine to fine-tune her photography skills and video/photo editing using programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Premiere.
The name “Wild” may be a little misleading, as Wendy is more of a homebody who would much prefer binging Star Trek Next Generation, or taking pictures of a sunset, but the name was a gift given at the start of her career and it stuck.