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Reporter , Broadcast executive

Kristi Lee, American broadcast executive, reporter. Director Musicians Against Child Abuse, Indianapolis, since 1995; fundraiser, volunteer Hope Lodge. Member American Women in Radio and television (95 Radio Personality of the Year award).

Background

Lee, Kristi was born on July 17, 1960 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Sammy Cecil Gibson and Mary Scott (Pounds) Crawley.

Education

Lee graduated from Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis and got her start on the school's station WBDG.

Career

Lee often hosted or participated in Bob and Tom Radio: The Comedy Tour shows. She attended Indiana University. Her first full-time job in communications was at WRTV CH 6, where she was a Television Engineer for 6 years.

Also during that time she was a part-time disc jockey for WFBQ Q95, the station which eventually hired Bob and Tom for mornings. She began her full-time radio career with Bob and Tom in 1989. On January 11, 2016, Lee announced that she was leaving the Bob and Tom show.

Her last "on air" performance with the show was on December 17, 2015 \r\n Lee was also featured on ESPN and ESPN2 as a side line reporter, covering events like lacrosse, auto racing, and the first three X Games on ESPN2. In the mid-nineties, she was the sideline reporter for the NBA's Indiana Pacers. Lee will host a new podcast titled Kristie Lee uninterrupted, which will debut on April 5, 2016.

It will be part of Dr. Will's Neighborhood.

Membership

Director Musicians Against Child Abuse, Indianapolis, since 1995. Fundraiser, volunteer Hope Lodge. Member American Women in Radio and television (95 Radio Personality of the Year award).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: movies, golf, sports events, gardening, traveling.

Connections

father:
Sammy Cecil Gibson Crawley

mother:
Mary Scott (Pounds) Crawley