Bill Levitt - Station Manager
With 50 years of broadcast experience, Bill Levitt has been a sought out voice talent and production expert creating signature sounds for radio stations in Chicago, Atlanta, Miami and more.
In 1985, Bill came to Cincy to do his “act” at 700 WLW and assisted their rise to first place in the ratings for more than a decade. In 1995 he left WLW to become a partner in an Ad Production-Syndication co in Covington, KY. The purchase of 740 WNOP, led to an offer as station manager. After much prayer and discernment and the hire of his wife Leah, a veteran broadcaster and graphic designer, they answered God’s call and have been blessed with two children and so much more.
Beverly Hill - Office Manager
Joined SHR in 2006 as a part-time employee, a position which has greatly grown since then. She handles the administrative day to day duties related to the station.
She is the friendly voice that will most likely greet you when you call the offices. She has been married nearly 30 years, with two young adult daughters and enjoys quilting, crafting, and to go antiquing when not at the station.
Leah Levitt - Development Underwriting Sales
Leah Levitt met husband Bill Levitt, at WLW in 1988 and they’ve worked together ever since.
Leah attended RCIA in 1994, was baptized, confirmed and married all within a few short months. Leah has worked for Sacred Heart Radio since it's debut in January 2001. She now adds Underwriting Director to her list of duties: scheduling the on air computer, graphic design and voice over. She enjoys her first love of art and paints during her free time.
Fr. Rob Jack - Host Driving Home the Faith
Father Jack has an MDiv. and an MA in Biblical Studies from the Athenaeum of Ohio, Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary. He also has an STL in Mariology from the International Marian Research Institute.
In 2007, Fr. Rob Jack started an apostolate, Delivering the Faith, producing and distributing catechetical talks and homilies on CD. He makes Rosaries and produces prayer cards to help people grow in their faith. His motto for spreading the faith is “If you want someone to do something, put it in their hands!” He has been involved in Catholic Radio since 1999 and the founding of Sacred Heart Radio.
Anna Mitchell - Co-Host Son Rise Morning Show
As a reporter, Anna has covered the 2010 Pallium Mass in Rome, and the first-ever National Theology of the Body Congress.
Anna Mitchell is producer and co-host for the Son Rise Morning Show on Sacred Heart Radio. She graduated from Ohio University with degrees in Journalism and History. She loves reading, writing, playing guitar, and watching Reds baseball, Ohio State football, Jeopardy and Project Runway. Anna and her husband Will Egan live in Cincinnati with children, Roma, Tommy and Freddy.
Matt Swaim - Co-Host Son Rise Morning Show
Matt Swaim has been with Sacred Heart Radio in some capacity or other since 2005, and has been part of The Son Rise Morning Show since its launch in 2007.
He is the author of a number of books, including the Catholic Puzzles, Word Games and Brainteasers series for Ave Maria Press. In addition to his radio work, Matt serves as Communications Coordinator for The Coming Home Network, which produces The Journey Home for EWTN Television.
Paul Lachmann - Sports Correspondent
Paul Lachmann, a parishioner of Assumption Church in Mt. Healthy, Ohio, has been with Sacred Heart Radio for three years as Sports Correspondent, and a supporting cast member of the Son Rise Morning Show and Driving Home the Faith.
Paul is the play-by-play announcer for the Bearcats. Assumption Young Adults Group calls young Lachmann a member and on Tuesday nights at the Parish Center, Paul can be found assisting with a basketball league and he also volunteers with the University of Cincinnati club hockey team. Mr. Lachmann credits working on the Son Rise Morning Show to “strengthening his prayer life in so many ways."
Gail Finke - Producer of Driving Home the Faith
Involved with Sacred Heart Radio since her days as “Gail the Intern,” “Gail the Producer” has worked as a writer, editor and author; ran the local Catholic web magazine “The Catholic Beat” for five years; and designed “The Catholic Telegraph” for two.
Gail is from Pennsylvania, so what high school she went to will tell you nothing -- except that Scott Hahn is also a graduate (though not the same year). A revert to the Catholic faith whose most recent non-media job was at Greater Cincinnati Right to Life, she has two grown children and likes to attend FC Cincinnati matches with her husband.