Powered exclusively by Rider students, 107.7 The Bronc features a full, student executive staff modeled after and designed to operate like a “free market” radio station.

To choose an executive staff member you would like to get in touch with about a song we’re playing, a contest we’re airing, underwriting on The Bronc or to just learn more about our student staff members go to the About>Staff drop-down menu.

Meet The Staff

John Mozes
General Manager

A 20+ year radio veteran, John has been the GM of 107.7 The Bronc since September 2008. Before coming to Rider, John worked for more than 14 years at Nassau Broadcasting wearing many hats. John was a award-winning Creative Director, Man On The Street for both 97.5 and 94.5 WPST-FM and Co-Host of Philly Sports Live on ESPN 920 WPHY-AM.

Alexa Auerbach
Student General Manager

Alexa is a senior at Rider University, graduating in the Spring of 2015 with a major in Psychology. Along with being a part of The Bronc, she is the president of the Rider University Bronc Band and a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, a community service fraternity. Her love of music has brought her to The Bronc and she enjoys spending her time there working and being a part of such a close family that the station has created.

Jake Tuff ’15
Program Director

Jake started his time at The Bronc with his first ever show, Tuff Luck during his freshman year. He soon became the student producer of Turfs Up on Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. He became an integral part of The Bronc being the first ever radio station to broadcast live from the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. Jake then became Production Director, which then led to his spot on executive staff this year as Program Director. As Program Director, Jake implemented The Bronc’s weekend Electronic Dance Music party, The Electric Jungle. Every Friday and Saturday night from 11 p.m.-2 a.m. The Bronc now plays EDM and Top 40 remixes.

Jake is a member of Rider University’s Equestrian Team and a tour guide for the Office of Admissions. He is currently a production intern at Elvis Duran and the Morning Show at WHTZ in New York City. In his free time, he enjoys traveling and hopes to have a job one day where he can travel for a living.

Meghan Korb ’17
Traffic Director

Meghan is majoring in Public Relations and minoring in TV, Film and Radio and Event Planning. She is delighted to be a member of the exec staff here at The Bronc. Along with being heavily involved at The Bronc, Meghan is the Public Relations chair of The Student Entertainment Council. Meghan loves music and hopes to one day be a concert promoter. She also loves coffee, Taylor Swift, American Horror Story and shopping.

093014_WRRC_151Mike Umbro ’16
Assistant Program Director

Mike is a Radio and TV major at Rider University. He does a lot for 107.7 the Bronc, including having his own radio show called Football Talk. Now he is the new color analyst for Riders men’s ice hockey team. Mike also enjoys working with the TV station, the Rider University Network, where he participates in three different shows on and off camera. He truly enjoys excelling in both fields and learning everything he can on the go. Mike does not have many dislikes; however, he doesn’t like the New England Patriots or country music. Some things he really likes are sports, good food and spending time with his friends and family.


Brian Kelley ’15
Music Director

Brian is Radio and Television major at Rider University. As Music Director, Brian goes over a plethora of music sent in from record companies and outside sources and decides which is radio playable. His favorite type of music is Alternative, Rock, Punk, Ska, Chip Tune, and Electronic. His favorite bands are Streetlight Manifesto, I Fight Dragons, The Offspring, Rancid, and Sum 41. If you wish to send him music, email him at or find him on twitter @TheBKLounge97.

JustinJustin Giachetti ’17
Promotions Director

Justin is a Theatre Performance major with a double minor in Creative Writing and Film, TV, and Radio Production. The Bronc is a secondary family to him, and he takes so much pride in being one of the faces of the station. His job consists of working on many events for Rider University and the numerous sponsors. As a people person, he enjoy being able to communicate with these people and being able to provide the best service as possible. While not at The Bronc, he likes writing plays, cooking, doing karaoke, watching Disney movies, and just hanging with his friends. Justin grew up in Robbinsville, N.J. with his parents and twin sister, Marisa, who is also in college for theater.


093014_WRRC_052Sarah Haigh ’17
Assistant Promotions Director

Sarah is majoring in Psychology and minoring in Social Work and Health Administration. She is ecstatic to have become a part of the exec staff at The Bronc as one of the Assistant Promotions Director. Aside from being a part of The Bronc, Sarah is a Department of Psychology Ambassador and a member of the Psychology Club. She aspires to be a therapist after attending Graduate school. Sarah enjoys the beach (she’s a beach tagger in Avalon, NJ), and her favorite TV show is Friends. She also has an adorable pit bull named Bella.

093014_WRRC_060Matt Burrill ’17
Assistant Promotions Director

Matt is from New City, NY and is majoring in Digital Media with a minor in Public Relations. Matt is the Co-Host and Producer for RU Redneck Radio, the Bronc’s home for all things Country. He likes New York Sports, NASCAR, country music, tailgating and the great outdoors. Some reasons he like The Bronc is because it’s really one big happy family, everyone comes together and helps run a great station. It also offers great experience outside the classroom; he feels that he has learned more from his time with Redneck Radio and The Bronc than in any of his classes. The station provides great opportunities; he has definitely had some great experiences and opportunities come from his time with The Bronc. Matt has gotten to meet and talk with some of his favorite country artists, make a name for himself in his desired field, and been able to get his feet wet with possible internships.

Isabella Azar ’17
Production Director

Isabella is majoring in Digital Media at Rider University. She loves being a part of the station because it’s such a valuable learning experience and she absolutely loves her job. She likes music, piano, theater, concerts, films, travel, coffee, and being with her family and friends. She dislikes horror movies, bugs, and heights.

Robert Faulstick ’15
News Director

Rob is a Radio and Television Communications major and is the News Director at 107.7 The Bronc. Rob likes being part of The Bronc for the incredible opportunities it has allowed him and the people he gets to work with. Rob enjoys soccer, music, watching movies, and long walks on the beach. He has two older sisters, Samantha and Nicole, and parents, Rob and Sandy.

Carlos Toro ’17
Sports Director

Carlos is a Journalism major at Rider University. He is a huge sports fan and the Sports Director of The Bronc. He loves the whole family of The Bronc, which is a big reason why he goes to the station everyday. When he is not in the station, he is either watching WWE wrestling, playing video games, or writing for the Radio News.

Steven Sica
Social Media Director

Steven is the Social Media Director at The Bronc. He is majoring in Journalism and minoring in Radio/TV. He is also involved with BroncVision on campus. Steven has interned with WBCB and The Trentonian. Some of his favorite things are baseball, the Mets, and Seinfeld. He hope to one day be working in sports media.

093014_WRRC_092Julia Corrigan ’17
Web Director

Julia is majoring in Radio and Television at Rider University. As Web Director for The Bronc, she makes sure that all the information about sports games, radio shows, contest, and general webpages on the website are up-to-date. She likes being a part of The Bronc because it gives her experience to try different things within her major, learn new skills, and meet many new individuals. She loves going to concerts, shopping, skiing, hanging out with her friends, and listening to music. She’s not a big fan of cold weather or insects. She has a Maltese named Frosty that she loves to spoil.

Contact the Station:

Office: (609) 896-5369
Request: (877) 900-1077
Fax: (609) 219-4724

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