Technical Director – Gordon Moul
A Central York alumnus, Gordon Moul graduated in 1962. Gordon is happily married for 53 years to his wife Joyce Moul and is a father of one. After his graduation from Central, Gordon became a contract engineer at a local radio station. He later moved on and created his own radio station, Starview 92.7. After that accomplishment, he became a national sales manager and owned and operated his own broadcast license brokerage company. He was living the life with his own corporate airplane. He successfully had 60 closings for broadcast companies. As far as 106.1 FM, his dream is for the station to be a place for young people to practice and experience a level of involvement in something that would not be available any other way. He also states that it is a great way for community members to get involved with their media and with what they want to hear.
Joyce Moul – Programmer, retired from commercial radio and second career in nursing
Alan Vandersloot – Program Committee member, current Board President of the White Rose Senior Center, current Council Member of the West York Borough, and former professional staff member of the York County United Way.
Lois Hollinger – Member of First St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, retired registered nurse and residential property manager.
Chris Hertig – Chris Hertig has taught Security Management and Criminal Justice for over 30 years. He’s published extensively on Security, Training, History and other topics. ….. He belongs to ASIS International, the International Foundation for Protection Officers, the International Law Enforcement Educators & Trainers Association and the PA Association of Criminal Justice Educators. His students and he have played pivotal roles in the development of the Certified Protection Officer (CPO) and Certified in Security Supervision & Management (CSSM) designations. Chris is an advocate for professionalism within the security industry. disability recognition/rights, veterans support and historical research & preservation.