Bott Radio Network has named Krista Brady as director of communications and marketing.
“I am thrilled to be a part of Bott Radio Network,” she said. “I have been a BRN listener for many years and understand firsthand the impact of its quality Bible teaching format. While I have a love for marketing, my passion is developing, inspiring and motivating successful cross-functional teams that work together to find results-oriented solutions. I am excited to be part of the BRN team.”
Krista’s passion for her faith and ministry along with nearly 30 years of experience make her a valuable member of BRN’s leadership team, according to a company news release. Throughout her career, she has consistently demonstrated her skills as an innovative marketer, delivering data-driven results for numerous brands. Her diverse background includes such well-known companies as McDonald’s, O’Reilly Auto Parts and Bass Pro. With a bachelor’s degree in communications management from Southwest Missouri State University, Brady’s educational credentials further enhance her capabilities in her new role.
One of her qualities is her ability to navigate the ever-evolving marketing landscape and adopt new techniques to enhance BRN’s outreach efforts. As director of communications and marketing, Brady will be responsible for leading the marketing team, as well as working closely with broadcast ministry partners to devise and implement strategies and initiatives that effectively communicate and reach more people with BRN’s Christian message
Brady grew up in the Piper area of Wyandotte County. She and her husband, Bob, live in Overland Park and enjoy spending time with their kids and grandkids. She also is a high school dance team coach and strives to have a positive impact in the lives of her team members, the community and the school district.
“We are delighted to welcome Krista Brady to our team,” said Rich Bott, president and CEO of Bott Radio Network. “We have full confidence that her vast experience and her passion for ministry will help enable BRN to increase awareness and deepen our relationship with our listeners.”
–Alan Goforth | Metro Voice