Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio

OAB Offering MIW Mentorship for Women in Radio in Ohio

Applications are being accepted until Friday, Nov. 3. Apply here.


The OAB is pleased to be partnering with Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) to offer the Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Ohio mentorship program aimed at advancing Ohio women in radio leadership positions.

One woman will be selected for the 2024 Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Ohio mentorship.  The one-year program will provide a mentee with the opportunity to build her technical, leadership and management skills through monthly virtual one-on-one meetings with leaders in the industry.   The program is available to women working in all areas of a radio station, including sales, on-air, news/sports, digital, programming, engineering, promotion and production.

If you aspire to become a manager at a radio station or you are a manager seeking to grow essential skills and techniques to be an effective leader, we encourage you to apply for the MIW-OAB mentorship program.

Qualifications for the MIW-OAB Mentorship include:

  • Currently employed full-time at an OAB member radio station
  • A minimum of 3 years in the radio industry
  • An interest in growing your career within the radio industry
  • An ability to commit the time (2-4 hours a month) to make this program work for you

Applications will be accepted until Friday, Nov. 3. Apply here.  Our judging committee will select finalists for Zoom interviews during Nov., and one woman will be selected as our 2024 MIW-OAB mentee.  The mentorship will begin in January 2024.

About MIW

Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio Inc. (MIW) is a volunteer charitable organization of top-level female radio professionals from across the country, who are dedicated to using their influence and resources to help other women in radio broadcasting develop management and leadership skills.

MIW’s long term plan includes establishing close working relationships with leadership from all interested state broadcasters associations and broadcasters across the country to create mentorship curriculums for female professionals in radio broadcasting. With MIW’s guidance, these state-centered programs will be based on the tenets, structure and best practices of MIWs broad array of successful and established mentoring opportunities.