We are filling our show hole on Tuesday nights with an impromptu show called Tech Talk Tuesday. GQ Lewis, Edwin Park, and Jim Van Fleet joined us for the first show and helped us Frame The Future. This week’s show, The Art of Tinkering, features Noelle De Atley and it will air LIVE at 8pm.
Before we tell you more about our guest, let’s say you are interested in getting On Air with Charlotte Community Radio and you so happen to have an interest in technology talks such as this one. Well, how about you let us know you are out there and let’s see if we can get you in the driver’s seat, behind the mic as a host that is, for our October Tech Talk Tuesday shows.
Now, let’s meet our Tuesday, September 13th in-studio guest who we believe will have a lot to say about The Art of Tinkering.
Noelle De Atley is an information technology specialist with 30 years of experience in computers. She has been in the performing arts all her life as a musician, actor, stage hand, stage manager and producer, and she loves the art of teaching because there is always something new to learn.
Noelle has lived in Charlotte for 10 years and came via South Carolina, Southern California, Northern California, Chicago area, and five locations in Texas, Michigan, and Canada. She has been an active member of the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce since 2007 and is proud to serve on the Annual Meeting Committee. She also serves on the Business Advisory Committee for the Charlotte City Council.
Noelle is a second generation Mexican-American from Texas and has never met a stranger.
Charlotte Community Radio is a 501c3 non-profit organization, an internet-based only, volunteer run, community-supported radio station that provides basic broadcast training to community members. The station is here to #AmplifyYourVoice and the voices of others in the community who often times go unheard.