Traffic Director Spotlight: Jamie White, MAB
Jamie White, Michigan Association of Broadcasters, Lansing
Jamie White joined the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) in June as NCSA/Membership Assistant. Among her duties is handling NCSA/PEP (Public Education Program) traffic.
Jamie replaces Pam Cutler who recently went to work for MAB member stations WLNS and WLAJ-TV in Lansing.
Q1: What is your favorite comfort food?
Q2: Which Superhero would you be, and why?
Jamie: I’ve already been one of the greatest Superhero’s ever: a single mom. So if I had to pick another, I would say one that cures cancer.
Q3: When I’m not working, I’d rather be …
Jamie: Racing or playing in the mud. Dirt track racing and mud bogs are where I go to have fun. Getting to share that enjoyment with my kids, makes it even better.
Q4: What’s the best advice you have ever received?
Jamie: My Papa always gave the best advice. One time on the front porch, he shared this little chat with me: “Always shake someone’s hand like it might be the last time and you mean business. Say what you mean and mean what you say. When you make a deal, look them in the eye. No one owes you anything, if you want it, get up and go earn it. Holding on to anger is like holding on to a hot coal, it only burns you. When you find someone to love, love them with all you have. Don’t hold someone’s past over their head when they are trying to improve their future. “
Q5: If I had the chance, I’d really like to have lunch with…
Jamie: My sister who passed away in 2009. To many missed opportunities to spend time with her. You have no idea what your siblings mean in your life until they are gone.
Q6: Tell us something about yourself that very few people know.
Jamie: I am going to be a Grandma for the first time in February of 2017. Beyond blessed and excited.