As a Quad Cities native, Paige grew up watching the KWQC team every night before dinner, and she eventually joined the station in July of 2016.
Paige graduated from Bettendorf High School in 2011 and then from St. Ambrose University in 2015. She received two degrees in Writing and Theatre as well as a minor in Radio/Television Production.
After a stint as a college DJ on KALA, Paige's minor led her to an internship with some local radio stations, including B100 and 97X. That internship turned into a part-time job after graduation, but the student loan payments don't stay away for long. Paige then joined KWQC full-time.
Today, Paige writes articles for the station website and helps manage the station's website, apps, and social media accounts.
When not at work, you can find Paige reading a good book, camping with her family, trying to keep up with her crazy dogs, or out getting a drink with friends. She hopes that someday you'll see her name on the author line of the next bestseller.
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