Sean started at CPR in 1987 as a volunteer and is currently the Senior Vice President of Programming.
Bachelor’s degree in English, with a minor in French, Metropolitan State College.
Nethery’s background is in children’s theater, improvisational comedy, classical music performance and retail management. His entire professional radio career has been with CPR – first as a volunteer (starting in 1987), announcer and writer (1990-1991), membership director (1991-1997), vice president of communications (1998-2005), vice president of programming (2005-2011) and senior vice president of programming since 2012. He has served on media advisory committees for the Denver Foundation and the Colorado Symphony and was a volunteer reader for the Colorado Talking Book Library.
Q & A
Why I got into radio:
In all the years of theater work and an educational track that led to teaching, I found that the only industry I was consistently drawn to was public radio, particularly KCFR’s then-split format of news and classical music.
How and why I came to CPR:
Persistence. While still in college, I became a phone volunteer, and from there wrangled a part-time announcer position the year KCFR transformed to CPR.