Not only is she a full-time wife and mom of three busy children...she's been the midday host at Lite 106.9 since 2001!
Vicki graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Telecommunications. She's worked in almost every facet of the advertising business...media buyer, account executive, copy writing, promotions, voice, and on-camera talent. You'll hear Vicki's voice in hundreds of radio and TV ads, on IVR message systems for local and national businesses, and you may even catch her as an on-camera host for Insight Cable TV's "Shopping Kentuckiana" program.
Vicki's very active in volunteering for charitable organizations including Cystic Fibrosis, March of Dimes, Easter Seals, St. Joseph's Orphan Home, Ovarian Awareness of Kentucky and many others. Vicki enjoys playing tennis, guitar, drums, and singing.
Vicki is host of the "Lite Lunch," which is heard weekdays during the noon hour on Lite 106.9, "Louisville's Number One Station for Listening at Work!"
Q&A with Vicki Rogers:
Q: What’s your favorite Louisville restaurant and what do you eat there?
A: Mitchell’s Fish Market…love the fresh fish, (healthy!)
Q: What’s your favorite outdoor activity in Louisville?
A: Tennis! So many great adult leagues here in Louisville!
Q: What’s your guiltiest music pleasure?
A: Rolling Stones (I have seen them live 6 times!), Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith (yes I am a rocker…but Soft Rocker on Lite 106.9!) I also love to play guitar, drums, piano, harmonica, and I sing! Love karaoke, and I have played in bands since I was 16 years old!
Q: What movie can you quote from start to finish?
A: Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles, Airplane (I know cheesy and old, but classic!)
Q: You have one hour of TV to watch…what show do you tune in?
A: American Idol! This is the best season ever, with the most talented singers, and I love Steven Tyler & J-LO!
Q: If you weren’t a radio personality for a career, what would you be doing?
A: A Doctor! I actually took an Anatomy course in college and worked on 2 cadavers! It was awesome, but Telecommunications was calling me!