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Meet the Staff

Animated WGSU LogoWGSU is staffed by SUNY Geneseo students under the supervision of the WGSU faculty director in the Department of Communication, Academic Affairs Division. For general station contact information, go to Contact WGSU, or Send Email to WGSU.


Student Executive Council –
Spring 2021

Marketing Director/New-Media Director

Aaron RoddyAaron Roddy ’21 (Communication/Philosophy)
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Fun Fact: “I am a professional wrestler.”



News and Public Affairs Director

Sarah DeVitoSarah DeVito ’23 (Communication)
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Fun Fact: “I like to play piano and do art in my free time!”



“Geneseo Today” Executive Producer/Host

Rocio RuizRocio Ruiz ’23 (Communication)
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Fun Fact: “I love impersonating celebrities and artists!”




Sports Director

Ian RiegerIan Rieger ’21 (Communication)
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Fun Fact: “I met rapper Ice-T in a New Jersey rest stop; and I can name every NBA Finals winner and runner-up since 1961 … from memory!”



Assistant News Director

Aiden BudinskiAiden Budinski ’21
(Communication/Political Science)
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Fun Fact: “I studied abroad in the Czech Republic!”



Assistant News Director

Ally SchultzAllyson Schultz ’23 (Communication)
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Fun Fact: “I’ve played volleyball for over 10 years!”



Note: Some Executive Council and staff photos by Aaron Roddy ’20 and Riley Plass ’22.

Faculty Director

Michael SaffranMichael Saffran ’85 (Communication)
Faculty Web Page
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Fun Fact: “I still own the first used car I ever bought (while in high school) — a ’73 MG convertible. It comes out only on sunny days (and most often can be found resting comfortably in my garage).”
(Photo by A. Sue Weisler)

WGSU Station Mascot

GennyGenevieve Suzanne (“Genny”) Upton ’17
Genny’s Web Page
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Fun Facts: “I’m an Eastern gray squirrel, my initials match WGSU’s call sign and I might be the only gray-and-white girl squirrel radio-station mascot (wearing a pink pony tail) in the world!”
(Photo by Ben Gajewski ’07)