Greg Gann – Mornings

Greg Gann is a 4th generation Wichitan and proud to call Wichita home.  Greg’s first regular job was busing tables at the Park Restaurant, 1st floor of the Holiday Inn Plaza.  He met Rod Stewart while filling in for the hotel’s room service, receiving a $20 tip!  While attending West High, Greg was a member of the School Radio Club & served as one of 3 yearbook photographers.  Every morning at 7 am, Greg signed on the school radio station and played favorites for his classmates until the 8 o’clock bell rang.  Additionally, Greg was a member of 3 Explorer posts focused on Radio.  This important mentoring by radio veterans served Greg well as he landed his first radio gig at KFH/KBRA while still a senior in high school!

Greg’s successful radio career covers many popular radio stations – KLEO 1480 AM, KICT 95.1 FM, KWXL 94.1 FM Albuquerque, KXLK 105.3 FM, & KLLS 104.5 FM.  Greg was also a popular DJ at the legendary Pogo’s nightclub (both versions).  Greg has served as Music Director, Asst. Program Director, and Program Director as well as working evenings, afternoon drive and morning drive.

Greg took a break from radio to earn his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & a Masters in Management Information Systems from Friends University.  Greg was awarded Outstanding MMIS student in 2006.  He also holds certificates in Project Management from & Wichita State University as well as a MiniMPA from WSU.  Greg is also a Notary Public.  While away from radio, Greg has served as IT Manager, Operations Manager, and currently as IT Project Manager.

Greg is active in the community with Wichita Habitat for Humanity, the Sedgwick County Zoo’s annual Zoobilee, & the Sedgwick County Fire Reserve.  He is married to Kathy (20 yrs.) and they share their home with Stella, an active 1-year old white Labrador Retriever.  Greg is also a active motorcycle enthusiast competing in & helping organize Motorcycle Trials events with his home club, the Ark Valley Trials Association as well as long distance Dual Sport motorcycle events.