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Kacey in the Morning talks on Making a Life in Radio

On Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m., Kacey Morabito Grean, radio personality will present a master class-lecture Making a Life in Radio. The venue is Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange is the Orange Bank & Trust Co. Great Room 101. 

Grean will talk about her life and profession in radio. Come and learn the “rules of radio” and what it takes to create a winning program. Learn what to study and how to get experience in the field.  Hear “behind the scenes” stories that reveal the secret ingredient to having a great career, along with “celebrity audio clips and bloopers you will never forget.”

Grean is an award-winning radio broadcaster, who, for 18 years, has helped to wake up the Hudson Valley with music, news, sports, weather, traffic, and trivia on 100.7 WHUD’s Mike and Kacey in the Morning, the most popular and longest-running morning drive show in the region.  

In addition to radio, she hosts a popular podcast Shine On: the Health and Happiness Show, which is heard around the world, and where guests have included authors, healers, and Ted Talk sensations “who strive to live life authentically.”  She also is an inspirational speaker, and leads women’s forums entitled A Day of Health and Happiness throughout Westchester and the Hudson Valley.  Her online Facebook community is called A Circle of Women.

Westchester-born and raised, Grean devotes her time throughout the year in support of countless local charities, including:  Support Connection, CHOP, Caring for the Homeless of Peekskill, PARC, Paramount Hudson Valley, Making Strides, The Alzheimer’s Association, Putnam SPCA, Westchester SPCA, The Giordano Foundation for Women, Friars of the Atonement at Graymor, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and countless other groups.

Also a Reiki master - an advanced certified practitioner of the Japanese healing art - Grean operates Shine On Reiki out of Croton and Cold Spring.  She created and runs a line of self-care and pet care products to help support animal rescue and rehabilitation and to provide pet food for Meals on Wheels recipients.  She is a graduate of Mercy College.

This Cultural Affairs program is open to the public and admission is free.   For more information, send an email to, call (845) 341-9386, or check out the SUNY Orange website at: Free and secure parking is available in the Kaplan Hall garage accessible at 73 First Street.

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Joanne Zipay
Cultural Affairs