Carey McKearnan

Carey McKearnan is an independent radio producer. She’s also worked as a tour guide, market researcher, paralegal, diner manager, Capitol Hill intern, Radio Reading Service volunteer, communications manager for a real estate investment firm specializing in mobile home parks, community theater singer and dancer, and a Christmas tree seller – not necessarily in that order. Carey reported the“What’s Up With South Florida?” segment in the first pilot episode and assisted in producing the segment for the second pilot. She also helped produce several pieces in the “All in a Day’s Work” series. She is a graduate of Duke University. Since 1999, she has served on the board of PetSet, a young professional’s fundraising charity for the Humane Society of Broward County.

Trina Sargalski

“What’s Up with South Florida?” is our regular segment where we invite listeners to tell us what they find confusing or unusual about South Florida. We took a poll so you could decide what we should investigate. You flocked to the birds. So what’s up with all of those birds congregating at South Florida intersections each evening?  Carey McKearnan finds out.