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About Donna Schiele

Donna is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, but moved around quite a bit. She has lived in NY, NJ. NC, SC, GA and even Seoul, Korea, but she calls Atlanta home! Donna grew up in Atlanta on the southwest side of town. She is a graduate of Hampton University and The University of Indianapolis. Donna started in radio in 2005 after teaching for over 10 years. She got her start in radio right in Indianapolis. Her first job in radio was a board -op and then producer of “Afternoons with Amos”, hosted by the legendary Amos Brown. She has since been on air on WTLC- AM and WTLC- FM. Donna is very versatile in that she has done just about every shift on both stations. She was the host of “The Gospel Showcase” on IMC TV.

Hosted her radio show “Saturday Praise” on 1310 and 92.7 The Light and “Sunday Vibes” on 106.7 WTLC- FM. She has also did the “Top 5 Gospel Songs of the Week” which played all though out the week and she had her “Weekend Entertainment Wrap – Up”.

Donna is still an educator as well as an actor and voice over talent. She has appeared in several local and national commercials as well as stage plays and films.

Donna is also married and has two amazing sons.

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