MSPR recognized for embracing workplace inclusion

Jan 30, 2020

(L-R) Colby Thatcher-D&S Day Service Director, Paul Hitchcock-WMKY General Manager, LeeAnn Creech-D&S Executive Director
Credit D & S Community Services

Morehead State Public Radio (WMKY - 90.3FM) has been recognized by D & S Community Services, Morehead for encouraging inclusion and diversity in the workplace.

The award was presented by LeeAnn Creech, D&S Executive Director of Kentucky, Katie Wolf Whaley, President of Kentucky Association of People Supporting Employment (APSE) and Rocky Adkins, Senior Advisor to the Governor of Kentucky.

D & S Community Services recognized Morehead State Public Radio “..for embracing inclusion and creating an environment which allows growth and success.”

“WMKY is proud to promote diversity as an inclusive community of people with different backgrounds, characteristics, viewpoints and beliefs,” said Paul Hitchcock, MSPR general manager. “Through inclusion and diversity, we strive to create a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment that honors and respects those differences.”

Serving the cities of Morehead and Ashland in Kentucky, D & S Community Services provides community-based services that promote independence and quality of life for individuals with special needs. Services include supported employment, respite care, day training and community living support.

MSPR’s Diversity Policy can be viewed online at: http://www.wmky.org

For additional information, contact Paul Hitchcock by e-mail at: p.hitchc@moreheadstate.edu or by calling (606) 783-2334.