Christy Williams | Program Director
Christy Williams first expressed an interest in working in radio at the age of three when she said she wanted to make “funnybusiness on the raidy-doe” and began collecting recordings at the age of 6. She, her record collection, her artistic aspirations and her ski bum inclinations drew her to Utah State University, where the study of Mass Communications prepared her for what was next: the wilds of Moab, Utah at the dawn of the 80’s.
Since then, Christy’s worked in radio, tv, print, politics, environmental education and advocacy. She is a founding member of KZMU, currently producing interviews, music shows,public affairs and conducting creative flow for the organization as host and Program Director. A longtime proponent of building community, Christy has served as an elected official for the City of Moab, and is currently a trustee and oral historian for the Museum of Moab and the University of Utah special collections. She a mentor and media trainer for projects like KZMU’s Moab Youth Rock Camp and upcoming podcast, ‘Spill’. She’s active in environmental science and advocacy through orgs like CFImoab, The Science and Environmental Health Network and Future First. A lifelong intuitive, she maintains a private practice as a spiritual counselor and teacher of integrative health and consciousness therapies.