is an attorney and founding partner of Jerner & Palmer, P.C.. Tiffany has been elected as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia. She received the highest number of votes of any of the Common Pleas candidates. Tiffany's law career has been dedicated to social justice and equality, including being founder of the first LGBT family law direct services program in the nation.
joined KNAU's newsroom in 2013. He contributes to NPR News and National Native News. He has won the Edward R. Murrow award and is a musician in the Flagstaff community. Ryan enjoys hiking and cycling with his wife and daughter.
passed away on August 6, 2019. She was from San Diego, CA and majored in Journalism while at NAU. Diane was an Ahwatukee author and public speaker. Her career included public relations, teaching at Mesa Community College, freelance writing and hosting a radio show called “Bold Living” on KPXQ. She published two books, Women in High Def and Contentment Connection and heavily influenced her community. She enjoyed travel, sports and life outdoors. Diane was married to her high school sweetheart for more than 40 years, Bradley Markins, and they had two children.