Warm's morning show co-host Allan Fee grew up in the Pacific Northwest where he started his radio career at age 16 in Bellingham, Washington. From there, he has made stops in Wyoming, Iowa, Michigan, Chicago and St. Louis. For the past decade, Allan has hosted morning drive weekday mornings on Q104 in Cleveland, Ohio. Allan joined the staff of WQAL in 2001 as program director.
Warm's morning show co-host Ashley was born and raised in the Seattle area, leaving only briefly to attend the University of Southern California. Upon her return to the Pacific Northwest, she began her career in radio as a part time promotions assistant at Sports Radio 950 KJR. She quickly moved into an on-air role as a traffic reporter for iHeart Media and has continued to build an on-air presence as a contributor to the Ian Furness Show and Dave "Softy"Mahler show.
Your workday host is a longtime Seattle Radio Midday Air-Personality. Shellie grew up in Burien and now lives in West Seattle. She’s the on-court Entertainment Emcee for our 2X WNBA Championship Team SEATTLE STORM. Shellie is also committed to Children’s Hospital with weekly participation in their CHILD LIFE Program, dedicating over a 100 hours of volunteer time annually. People ask all the time, “What’s your favorite part of the job?”, and my response is YOU! Sure I get to meet all kinds of famous people, but it’s engaging with the people and their Northwest families that makes me happy”
When I'm not flapping my big trap on the radio, I'm probably climbing a mountain or working on one. I volunteer for the WTA (Washington Trails Association) and have a blast doing it. I also enjoy skiing down mountains and camping as well. When it comes to indoor activities, I enjoy catching a good concert. My wife and I have two kids (cats...ages 14 and 8) yes, we are crazy cat people and as soon as we can get into a house...will have a couple of dogs too. Hopefully we won't end up on animal hoarders or anything ridiculous like that! I love chatting with my listeners whether it be on the phone, via text or through social media. Hit me up...and thanks for listening!!
Laurie is a rare Seattle-born Native. She has raised her children, but as a working mom knows how important it is to look and feel your best. She currently volunteers with Queen It’s a New Day, a non-profit organization in Everett, giving women a hand up to feel great inside and out. As a published author and life coach, Laurie is WARM’s Afternoon Traffic host with the philosophy of…” traffic is a lot like life, sometimes you have a speed –limit drive and sometimes you hit a slow-down or detour, but with the right guidance and information, we can all get through it together”.
I have a dog who sleeps in a cat tree and a cat who comes when he's called. I'm fueled by coffee, music & optimism. Things like yoga and gardening fill my warm weather weekends. I strongly believe that mini golf IS a sport, words are weapons and beauty exists in the spaces between definition. Ask me anything...Except regarding Fight Club...I won't talk about Fight Club.
A breast cancer survivor, a graduate of UW and a granddaughter of a Boeing mechanic. Her roots in the Puget Sound are very deep from Snohomish to West Seattle. Maya has worked in radio for 20 years, and feels very lucky to share the love of the music to our amazing community of listeners.
Dianna moved up from CA in 1999, shifting from the LA radio market to the Seattle radio market. Passionate about travel, animal rights (she's vegan!), and motherhood, she's also following her interests in the power of music by pursuing her Masters in Expressive Arts/Music Therapy degree.
John is a Midwest native who started his Northwest radio career in 1992 after moving to Seattle from Chicago. He’s an avid cyclist, traveler, foodie, and dog lover (Zoe and Gizmo, both shelter dogs.) He’s worked with various animal organizations including PAWS, Seattle Humane Society and Seattle Animal Shelter. John got a late start on fatherhood – he and his wife have a 3-year-old son named Dawson who likes to talk back to the radio when he hears his father on the air, just like he does in person.