Our amazing staff has earned its spot as one of the highest-ranking college radio stations in the nation. We are a two-time National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Award nominee for College Radio Station of the Year in 2019 and 2021. In 2022 The Bronc was nominated for six Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Media Awards. 107.7 The Bronc Retro was the winner for Best Sports Update for The Overtime. Along with that in 2021, The Bronc won three NBS: National Electronic Media Association Awards for Audio Sports Program, Live Sports Production, Audio Promo, PSA or Commercial.
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Meet The Staff
- John Mozes
- Ashley Enabosi '23
- Nick Witowski '25
- Naa'san Carr '24
- Thomas Trimarco '23
- Olivia Parker '25
- Logan VanDine '24
- Taylor Tunstall '23
- Claire Palmer '25
- Alexander Junge '23
- Emily Katt '24
- Danielle Tyson '23
- Jared Brito '24
- Heather Batezel '24
- Bianca Bracey '24
- Mikayla Lillibridge '24
- Trey Wright '25
- Dan Geller '24
A 30+ year radio veteran and graduate of Temple University ’87, John has been the General Manager of 107.7 The Bronc since September 2008. Before coming to Rider, John was a jack of all trades for 14 years at Nassau Broadcasting. He was a national award-winning Creative Director and Man On The Street for the PST Wake-Up Crew on both 97.5 and 94.5 WPST-FM before becoming the co-host of Philly Sports Live for three years on ESPN 920 WPHY-AM.
Student General Manager, Traffic
Ashley Enabosi is a film and tv major from Piscataway Nj. She is the student general manager here at The Bronc. She enjoys hanging out with friends, crocheting and running. Outside of the Bronc, she is a brother of Alpha Phi Omega where she serves as treasurer and a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma.
Nick Witkowski (‘25) is from Plainsboro, NJ. He is majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Radio and Podcasting. At The Bronc, he develops and creates imaging as a Co-Production Director and is the host of 107.7 The Bronc’s weekday morning show, Wake Up Rider. Aside from the radio station, Nick is a Lifeguard and Swim Instructor at LifeTime Fitness and is apart of Theta Chi Epsilon Rho, a fraternity on campus. In his free time, Nick loves to run 5ks, workout, watch movies, play video games and hang out with friends. Nick also loves rap music and his favorite artists include Juice WRLD, Kanye West and Playboi Carti.
Naa’san Carr ’24
Naa’san S.J. Carr is a first-generation college student. He is also a first-year student majoring in Political Science. He proudly graduated from Williamstown High School in Williamstown, NJ; The Home of the Braves. Currently, he is hosting a radio show entitled BLACK LOVE ~ INSPIRING BLACK CULTURE with your Brotha Man, where he is dedicated to shining a light on the uniqueness and excellence of the black community and their role in an evolving global society. Presently, Rider University’s 107.7 The Bronc and 1077thebronc.com, first radio talk show with content that focuses solely on black culture. He provides faith based inspiration, leadership skills, self-motivation, and the evolution of music. He is always best dressed in and out of the classroom. Carr also writes and reads poetry and speeches and aspires to a future in politics, leading to the White House.
Tom Trimarco is a sports media major here at Rider, I grew up in Hunterdon County and graduated two years ago from North Hunterdon High School. I am a huge NFL and NBA fan, but my favorite sports has to be college football. Since I was little kid my favorite sports teams are the New York Giants and the Portland Trailblazers. I’m also a huge music fan and love classic rock. My favorite bands are Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead, and the Beatles. It’s always been a dream of mine to be on the radio and I can’t wait to get a start here on the Bronc!
Music Director 107.7 The Bronc Retro
Olivia Parker is a radio and podcasting major from Gloucester County, New Jersey! She is the assistant Music Director for 107.7 The Bronc. Outside of The Bronc, she enjoys listening to music, drawing, hanging out with friends, and collecting records and CD’s!
I’m from Flemington, New Jersey and I’m majoring in Sports Media with a minor in sports studies. I have been with 107.7 The Bronc since August of 2020, and I host a sports talk show with fellow exec staff member, Trey Wright, “Sports Talk with Logan and Trey. I have also called Rancocas Valley High School Football with the Bronc and Lawrence High School Baseball on the Retro Station along with Djing events on campus. In my free time, I like to spend time with my family and friends and go to the beach when it’s summertime. My interests are sports analytics, videogames and music by Bruce Springsteen and other classic rock artists. My favorite sports teams are the New York Giants and Mets along with Rutgers football and basketball. I am very excited with my new role as Promotions Director!
Assistant General Manager
Taylor Tunstall is a Journalism major with a concentration in Broadcasting, minoring in Political Communication. She has a pop culture talk/music show here at the station called TayTalks every Saturday from 1-2 pm if you’re interested in listening! Some fun facts about her are that she likes to binge watch TV shows, she’s most likely listening to a Harry Styles, Billie Eilish or Ariana Grande song and lastly, she’s super outgoing and easy to talk to!
Claire Palmer ’25
Alex Junge ’23
Alexander Junge is a Music Production major with a concentration in Songwriting and a minor in Film Studies at Rider University. Alex is a huge music and movie fan, and is an expert in both. His favorite movie is The Shining. Favorite band is Radiohead. And, his favorite song is “Layla” by Derrick and the Dominos. He is also a multi-instrumentalist, as he plays guitar, bass, and drums. In his spare time, he likes to watch NBA Basketball.
Chief Student Engineer
Emily Katt is majoring in Radio and Podcasting. She is the Chief Student Engineer at The Bronc. Some of her hobbies include hanging out with friends, binge watching her favorite TV shows, and listening to music. Besides being Chief Student Engineer, she is also a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma and hosts her own radio show called All Out of 2000’s where she plays music from the early 2000’s to now. Her favorite things about Rider are all of the opportunities Rider has to offer and the beautiful campus. Emily joined the executive staff because she wanted to get more involved at 107.7 The Bronc.
Danielle Tyson is a broadcast journalism major with a minor in general business. She is from East Stroudsburg Pennsylvania. In her free time she enjoys cooking, snow boarding, and painting. Along with being web director/ designer at 107.7 The Bronc she is a part of the field hockey team, vice president of the student athlete advisory committee, producer of Master Your Finances with Kurt Baker and is the new host of the Bronc Box Score.
Media Services Director
Jared is presently a Sports Media major from Philadelphia, PA. He is currently one of the hosts of The Best Damn Sports Report and hosts the live sports talk show, Fastbreak Fridays, which airs Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on 107.7 The Bronc. Jared talks about the latest news and updates in basketball, football, baseball, and hockey. When he’s not working at The Bronc, Jared enjoys acting in theatre, commercials, TV shows, and film. He is also on the Relay For Life marketing committee. His hobbies include playing and talking about sports, singing, acting, and listening to all types of music.
Social Media Director
Heather Batezel is an Arts Entertainment Industries Management major with a Radio and Podcasting minor from Fairless Hills, PA. Heather is in charge of all of the station’s social media platforms and marketing the station through its events, promotions, and sponsors. In addition to social media, she is also the host of The Bronc Buzz on The Bronc Retro station. Aside from her devotion to 107.7 The Bronc, Heather is very involved in Rider University’s community. She is a sister of Alpha Xi Delta as well as the Chapter Events, Director. In addition to this, she is also on the Programming Board of the Student Entertainment Council on campus, where she is in charge of finding acts for Rider’s stage appearances. Heather is extremely excited for her future at 107.7 The Bronc and to learn more about the entertainment business. Outside of the station and Rider University, Heather enjoys singing, podcasting, and performing during her spare time.
Assistant Promotions Director
Bianca Bracey is a radio and podcasting major with a minor in film. She is an assistant promotions director at The Bronc. She loves spending time outside, thrifting with her friends and going to the gym.
Asst. Program Director/Music Director 107.7 The Bronc
Mikayla Lillibridge is a Sophomore Music Production major originally from Houston, Tx. She couldn’t be happier to have found a home away from home at 107.7 The Bronc. Mikayla has been around music as long as she can remember. When she was a child, she was woken up for school with so-called “relaxing drum solos.” She is thrilled to have found a place at The Bronc that utilizes her love for music and offers insight to the ins-and-outs of both the music and radio industries. Outside of the radio, she can be found writing, making music, reading, or driving cross country between Texas and New Jersey.
Co- Production Director
Trey Wright is a Sports Media major at Rider University from Neshanic Station, New Jersey. He has been with 107.7 The Bronc since May of 2021, and is an audio producer for How To Bet, as well as co-hosting Sports Talk With Logan and Trey. He is also a member of Theta Chi Fraternity’s Epsilon Rho chapter, and is a sports writer for The Rider News. Trey is a fan of both the New Jersey Devils and Washington Commanders, along with NASCAR and Formula 1. In his spare time, Trey enjoys listening to music and watching sports, and is the public address announcer for Rider’s Club Ice Hockey program.
Dan Geller is the producer of Health 411 as well as the traffic director at 107.7 The Bronc. He is a biochemistry major at Rider, as well as a member of the Monmouth Junction First Aid squad in South Brunswick. I love medicine in all forms, and hope to go deeper into the medical field upon graduation. In my free time, I love to skateboard, mountain bike, and generally anything involving the outdoors. My whole family is from Ukraine, and I am the first generation born in the US. Russian was my first language. I love being able to increase public health awareness, as well as provide an entertainment experience for anyone listening.