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broadcaster , photographer , writer

Barbara Sue Entman-Synnott, American broadcaster, writer, photographer.


Entman-Synnott, Barbara Sue was born on September 24, 1954 in Glen Cove, New York, United States. Daughter of Bernard and Rose (Jacobson) Entman (deceased).


Bachelor, University Connecticut, 1976.


Freelance writer/photographer, since 1975. Announcer, publicity director Station WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut, 1974-1976. Announcer, copywriter Station WKAJ AM/FM, Saratoga Springs, New York, 1976-1977.

Traffic coordinator Station WMHT-FM, Schenectady, 1977-1979. Operations director Station WNIU-FM, DeKalb, Illinois, 1980-1982. Operations manager Station KUHF, Houston, 1982-1986, announcer, 1987-1988, membership director, 1988-1989.

Special projects director Station KPFT-FM, 1989-1990, subscriptions director, 1990-1992. Manager Quality Environments, 1992-1994. Manager of radio Taping for the Blind Inc., 1994-1996.

Freelance writer, publicist, creativity coach, photographer, radio producer, jeweler, since 1992. Consultant Jenny Craig International, 1997-1998. Customer care representative Houston Cellular, since 1998.

Media consultant Illinois Heart Association, DeKalb, 1982, Sojourner Women's Bookstore, DeKalb, 1980-1981.


  • Other Work

    • Exhibited photographs in galleries universities, since 1970. Contributor articles and poetry to magazines and newspapers. Newsletter editor Congregation Aytz Chayim, Houston, 1983-1984.


Founder DeKalb Area Women's Network, 1981. Board directors, newsletter editor Art Resources Open to Women, 1977-1979. Member Chicago Artists Coalition, 1981-1982.

Member advisory board Houston Women's Caucus for Art, 1985-1988, 93-94, chair publicity national conference, 1988. Delegate Texas Democratic Convention, 1984, 85, 90, 94. Member performing arts screening committee Houston International Festival, 1989-1993.

Member Congregation Emanu El, since 1993. Member National Association of Female Executives, American Women in Radio and television, National Council Jewish Women (life, co-vice president public relations career branch Houston section 1994-1996), Center for the Healing of Racism, Resolve, Hadassah (life).


Married Joseph P. Synnott, October 16, 1993.

Bernard Entman-Synnott

Rose (Jacobson) Entman (deceased) Entman-Synnott

Joseph P. Synnott