WJR WEEKEND EXPERTS | LEARNING MATTERS

The success and well-being of today’s students depends on the ability of schools to adapt with evolving technologies.  Join WJR’s Ann Thomas and the experts at Michigan Virtual as they explore the tools that can drive meaningful innovation for a school’s students, staff, and community.

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Ann Thomas

Ann Thomas is the executive producer of “The Paul W. Smith Show,” heard weekdays from 5:30 to 9 a.m. on WJR.  She is also the executive producer for the radio station, overseeing the work of all WJR producers.  After graduating from Michigan State University in 1982, Ann began her career at WJR as an intern, and has remained a part of the team ever since.

During her tenure at WJRAnn has received numerous awards.  Honors from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, United Press International, the Associated Press, and the Detroit Press Club all celebrate her work both on and off the air.  She was recently inducted into the Michigan Business Women Hall of Fame, and is the 2014 recipient of the Michigan Business and Professional Association’s Women & Leadership in the Workplace Award.  She has also been given the prestigious “Diamond” award from the Association for Women in Communications.


Ann Thomas

Ann Thomas is the executive producer of “The Paul W. Smith Show,” heard weekdays from 5:30 to 9 a.m. on WJR.  She is also the executive producer for the radio station, overseeing the work of all WJR producers.  After graduating from Michigan State University in 1982, Ann began her career at WJR as an intern, and has remained a part of the team ever since.

During her tenure at WJRAnn has received numerous awards.  Honors from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters, United Press International, the Associated Press, and the Detroit Press Club all celebrate her work both on and off the air.  She was recently inducted into the Michigan Business Women Hall of Fame, and is the 2014 recipient of the Michigan Business and Professional Association’s Women & Leadership in the Workplace Award.  She has also been given the prestigious “Diamond” award from the Association for Women in Communications.

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