Host of The Gospel Express (Weekdays 7:00am – 12:00pm)
Full of warmth and charisma, Morgan Dukes is an established professional in her
craft and has delighted listeners for years over the airwaves. It may seem a bit
like a cliché, but Morgan is what you would call "a natural".
With a B.A. in Radio-TV-Film, Morgan began her career in Hattiesburg, Mississippi
at radio station WMSU, later joining the staff of WHSY-FM. After a television stint
at WDAM-TV, she later returned to radio at places such as WNSL-FM (Laurel, MS),
WBLX AM/FM (Mobile, AL), and WALR-FM (Atlanta, GA).
Morgan’s broadcasting career has kept her quite busy over the years performing duties
from Television Reporter to Program Director. Her career has featured music from
genres such as County, Top 40, R&B, and Gospel for a variety of stations…including
Atlanta’s GLORY 1340 and Sheridan Gospel Network’s "THE LIGHT". Morgan’s broadcasting
career also includes motion pictures, national commercials, and television shows
which have aired on Daystar and TBN. Currently, she hosts "The Gospel Express" which
is broadcasted nationwide on "THE LIGHT."
Morgan is the wife of Pastor Jerome Dukes and very active in ministry as the "First
Lady" of Community Fellowship Christian Center International in Riverdale, GA.
E-mail Morgan at email@example.com
Host of The Brother Marlon Show (Weekdays 12:00pm – 4:00pm)
Husband, father, and ordained Minister, Brother Marlon has been in radio for over 20 and hosted a variety of shows including: The Breakfast Jam, The Quiet Storm, and Club 106. During his 20+ years the voice has been the same but the mission has changed as the Lord got a hold of Brother Marlon's life in 1997; thus beginning his radio ministry.
He is serious about the things of God and uses his gifts and abilities for the extension of the kingdom of God. His energetic style and sincere heart for God and his people cause many to see the light of Christ in the Earth. He believes people should strive for the blessing of God which comes through a true relationship with our source and our provider, Jesus Christ. His favorite passage is Psalm 34:1 as he believes that should be the ATTITUDE of all believers! God has called him for such a time as this to be an effective answer in the Earth.
Get ready for inspiration, laughter, and praise with Brother Marlon on your ride home. And enjoy great music including a mix of the top requested songs of the day and great conversation. I praise, you praise, we all praise with Brother Marlon!
E-mail Brother Marlon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Host of Evening Inspirations (Monday-Thursday 4:00pm – sign-off)
Jackie Campbell is the signature voice on The Light. Originally from Detroit, Jackie
graduated from Wayne State University with a degree specializing in Radio and Television.
She has worked for WTVS-TV 56 and WDIV-TV 4 in Detroit, and WDTN-TV 2 in Dayton,
Ohio, as well as other communication entities.
Before coming to the Sheridan Gospel Network, she worked as an Assistant to the
President at WPBA-TV 30, Public Television in Atlanta. Jackie also does voice-overs,
and can be heard on several public TV affiliates and various radio stations across
the United States.
E-mail Jackie at email@example.com
Host of Gospel Flashback (Saturdays 1:00pm – 4:00pm)/Weekend Announcer
The Lord has truly blessed Clarence Ivy with one of the best voices in radio! For
the past few decades Bay Area radio listeners have been entertained and inspired
by that voice. Born and raised in East St. Louis, Illinois, Clarence moved to the
San Francisco Bay Area in 1971. Clarence’s background includes serving for a time
as Gospel Coordinator for KDIA/KDYA, and being a founding member of the Pentecostal
Acting Company. He currently hosts one of the most popular Gospel programs around…Gospel
Flashback heard on Gospel 1190 every Saturday afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00.
E-mail Clarence at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phillip “Brotha Phil” Mcleod
Host of The Brotha Phil Show (Saturdays 4:00pm – 8:00pm)
Gospel music and entertainment lovers from all over the San Francisco Bay Area turn to KDYA for a chance to "Keep it Real with Brotha Phil." A healthy dose of inspiration and information is served each Saturday afternoon as Brotha Phil presents a balanced variety of classic and contemporary Gospel music while allowing listeners an opportunity to hear local pastors, authors, recording artists, and actors as featured co-hosts on the show. Be sure to join in on the fun and wrap up your Saturday with relevant and rich discussions on topics that matter to you.
When Brotha Phil is not in the studio, he enjoys the work of the ministry. Phillip Mcleod accepted Christ as his personal Savior at the age of five. He later obeyed God's call to the ministry and proclaimed his first sermon at the age of 14. Presently, Phillip serves Pastor Brian D. Hunter and the Berkeley Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church of Berkeley CA as the Administrator. His education includes a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Radio and Television from San Francisco State University, a. Graduate Degree in Theology from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and Graduate Degree in Nonprofit Administration from the University of San Francisco.
Phillip stands firm on Romans 8:28, "And we know that all things work together for the good of them who love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose."
E-mail Brotha Phil at email@example.com
Clifford Brown Jr.
For many years now, the name Clifford Brown, Jr. has been synonymous with broadcasting
in the San Francisco Bay Area. Brown has successfully held the positions of award
winning Radio Personality, award winning Program Director, Broadcast Operations
Manager, National Programming Consultant, Director On Air Operations, award winning
Production Director and Broadcasting Arts Educator. He currently serves as Program
Director of KDYA and Operations Manager of KDIA.
Brown got his first professional job at the age of 18, and before he turned 30 had
been awarded the prestigious Golden Mic for being the San Francisco Bay Area’s top
radio personality. Brown has also been recognized for his programming acumen, having
received the AMPEX AWARD OF EXCELLENCE as the nation’s top jazz Program Director,
and received the Beverly Anne Johnson Media Award for his many years of being a
"positive Black male role model." His stations have been recognized numerous times
as being among the top in the nation in their genre, including a Stellar Award nomination
for Major Market Gospel Station of the Year. In 2007 Brown was named a "Bay Area
Broadcasting Living Legend".
Of all his accomplishments, Clifford particularly enjoys getting to help ministries
grow. States Brown "I never imagined that I’d get to work for the Lord while using
the radio skills he gave me. It’s awesome!"
E-mail Clifford at firstname.lastname@example.org
John L. Burris
John L. Burris formed the Law Offices of John L. Burris in 1985, after several years in private practice with the firm Harris, Alexander, and Burris in Oakland, California. He earned a law degree from UC Berkeley School of Law - Boalt Hall and MBA from UC Berkeley Graduate School of Business. He is best known for his work in the area of plaintiff's civil rights over the last 25 plus years and as a legal analyst on Fox, MSNBC, Court TV, CNN and many local television and radio stations. His primary areas of focus for his practice include cases involving police misconduct, employment discrimination and criminal defense. His initial participation with police misconduct issues occurred in April 1979 when he was hired by the Mayor and the City Council of Oakland to conduct an independent investigation into the fatal police shooting of 15-year-old Melvin Black and the entry into the Oakland office of the NAACP by Oakland police officers. He is the author of the book BLUE vs. BLACK: Let's End the Conflict between Police and Minorities.
Pastor Marcus Small
People’s Inter-Cities Fellowship
Pastor Marcus Small grew up in Marin City/Sausalito where he attended the local schools. Pastor Marcus graduated from the local community college - College of Marin (COM) with an AA degree in the Behavioral Sciences in 1981 and then transferred to San Francisco State University (SFSU) where he received his M.S. degree in Clinical Psychology in 1987. While attending COM & SFSU, Pastor Marcus also took Bible classes at Southern Marin Bible Institute, where his brother-in-law, Pastor Dr. Emmanuel Akognon (pronounced Akoy yon) is the founder. In 1990, Pastor Marcus was licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist in the state of CA.
Pastor Marcus serves as the Executive/Associate Pastor of People’s Inter-Cities Fellowship (PICF) where his father Pastor Fred Small is the Senior Pastor. At PICF, we believe that God is in the business of “saving lives” and we are so thankful that He has allowed us to partner with Him in this great endeavor. For the Christian, we believe that ministry is everybody’s business.