Mark began his love affair with Hendersonville in 1987 when he first came to Flat Rock Playhouse as an acting intern. After 10 years as a professional actor, he came back to Hendersonville to begin a career in radio at WTZQ. He currently heads up the "Q" crew as General Manager at the station. Mark is a graduate of Western Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radio, Television and Film, with a double major in Speech and Theater Arts.
Operations Mgr/Program Director
George has been interested in radio from the time he was in elementary school. He attended Bob Jones University and worked for their station WMUU after getting out of school. After a stint of rejoining the family business in Arizona, George moved to Nashville Tennessee where he went to work for Tuned In Broadcasting where he was an on-air host and the Marketing Director. George can now be heard on WTZQ-AM Monday through Friday from 6 to 10 am.
Chef Cathy, as she is known to us first came to WTZQ during a Small Plate Crawl as the Dining Room Manager with the former Blue Water Seafood. She loved it so much, she wanted to hang around. And hang around she did. Cathy is a great addition to our staff and really loves introducing local businesses to WTZQ.
Pam Segal has been in advertising/marketing for the past 25 years, first in radio and then 14 years at CBS Outdoor Billboards, in New Haven, CT. Currently residing in Hendersonville, she moves in between consulting clients about
advertising, and helping to create wonderful promotions for WTZQ. Some of the promotions, include "Get Pumped" a charity event for Hope Chest for Women which takes place in the Fall, and in May "Barq in the Parq" a charity event for dog rescue organizations. Pam also creates shabby chic furniture and quilts when she can find the time.
Paige comes to us after many years manning the helm of the Flat Rock Playhouse. She has directed many performances there including the hugely successful "7 Brides for & Brothers"
Tom Brown Engineer
Tom Brown was born and raised here in Hendersonville. When he was 11, the family moved to Tampa, Florida, and after many years, Tom got a chance to buy back the family home, and so he returned to Hendersonville in the summer of 2004. He has studied and worked with music, electronics and audio since the late 50s. He plays guitar, bass and keyboards, and has been in a number of professional show-groups up to 9 pieces, and has recorded in several studios, including the renowned Sam Phillips Studio in Memphis. Tom has been a very successful one-man-band now for more than 30 years, and has been helping WTZQ with technical issues since 2005. He can also be seen performing at many of the live remote broadcasts.
WTZQ is an equal opportunity employer with less than five full time employees.