Recently from Washington, D.C. and northern Virginia, Dayneé Rosales (dye-NAY) originally hails from central Bolivia; she was raised in the town of Tiquipaya.
In planning her move to northwestern Alaska, Dayneé clearly had no problem uprooting herself; she discovered the KNOM volunteer program during her final semester in college while looking for employment opportunities “somewhere that’s cold.”
Dayneé graduated from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia with a degree in English and a concentration in creative writing. The creative element of her degree should come as no surprise; Dayneé has creativity in spades. She’s versed in a number of musical instruments, enjoys telling stories, and has even worked at summer camps teaching art to children.
At KNOM, Dayneé is one of our volunteer producers; she creates our educational spots and PSAs, or public service announcements. She is also the host of The Morning Show.