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Elizabeth first came to WRKF as a host and board operator in 2002. Since then she has worked extensively in radio in Baton Rouge before heading south of the border to Mexico for two and a half years. She's thrilled to be home in Louisiana and back at WRKF. In her spare time she enjoys music, dancing, and talking to strangers.
Lorenzo M. Ponce de León has always grown up listening to NPR. He is currently a prominent voice for WLRN's underwriting and can also be heard weekday evenings hosting on WLRN.
Ponce de León has been working in broadcast media for over four years. He graduated from Florida Atlantic University earning his bachelors in Multimedia Journalism and Spanish in 2013.
Ponce de León describes his public radio experience:
"Being able to work in public radio is very gratifying for me; not only am I serving the local community, but listeners aren't shy to give lots of useful feedback. Best of all, I get to hear as well as tell amazing stories on the air."