Amy Kiley

Announcer

Amy joined WUWM in January 2011 as an Announcer. She began her career interning for WBEZ-Chicago Public Radio and NPR affiliate WGVU in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She also served as News Director of her college station WNUR at Northwestern University.

Prior to joining WUWM, Amy served as an announcer and reporter for Northeast Indiana Public Radio. She also worked as a full-time bilingual writer and photographer for a Spanish- and English-language publication near Chicago. As a freelance journalist, she contributed several reports to WUWM’s Lake Effect program. Amy has won several journalism awards from The Hearst Foundations and Society of Professional Journalists.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. Amy also holds a master’s degree in music from Westminster Choir College and a master’s degree in liturgy from St. Joseph’s College.

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Economy & Business
4:42 pm
Tue June 4, 2013

Realtor: Workers Will Stay Put, Despite Residency Rule Change

A Milwaukee home
Credit Brad Lindert/Flickr

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews Mike Ruzicka, president of the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors.

The Joint Finance Committee is supposed to conclude its state budget revisions this week ahead of a full legislative vote this month. Along with tax and spending changes, the budget includes a proposal to lift residency requirements for most public workers.

Many have debated whether that residency rule change will affect services delivered or even harm local communities.

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Arts & Culture
5:56 pm
Mon June 3, 2013

Church Group Works to Overcome Racial Divide

Members of Inhabit and Transformation City Church pray at a recently renovated home.
Credit (Inhabit)

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley tells us about the work Transformation City Church is doing in Milwaukee.

A church-based non-profit is working to overcome segregation and division in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood.

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Arts & Culture
5:18 pm
Fri May 24, 2013

Is Wisconsin Rude? Study Says Yes

Wisconsin has been ranked "not courteous" in a recent survey.
Credit Marchex Institute

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews etiquette expert Margery Sinclair.

Call it a “Midwest Nice” malfunction: a recent study ranks Wisconsin as the least courteous state.

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Education
12:50 pm
Thu May 23, 2013

Milwaukee's Homeschoolers Take Learning Outside the Home

Students explore animals' metamorphoses during the Spring Homeschool Day at Lynden Sculpture Garden.
Credit Lynden Sculpture Garden

Lake Effect's Amy Kiley interviews Jennine Pufahl of the Milwaukee Area Home Learners.

What challenges are there to homeschooling children, and what misconceptions do others have about this in-home learning?

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Regional
12:12 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

What Do Your Mother's Day Flowers Mean?

One of world renowned floral designer Michael Gaffney's designs
Credit Michael Gaffney

Floriography is the language of flowers. Blossoms can have multiple or varied meanings, but some represent prevalent customs.

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