Beth Lamberson

General Manager

Beth Lamberson joined NSPR as general manager in summer 2015.

She previously served as the general manager of KSUT Public Radio serving the Four Corners region including the communities of Durango, Colorado, and Farmington, New Mexico, as well as the Southern Ute Indian Tribe. In her combined roles as general manager and development director she served KSUT for 18 years. She has also worked with KNAU - Arizona Public Radio and KOTO in Telluride.

In 2010 she became the founding director of Lamberson Capital, a public relations, fundraising, and event management firm in Durango, Colorado. She holds an MA in political science with an emphasis in nonprofit management from University Colorado, Denver, and a BS in animal science from Utah State. 

On this week’s Cowgirl in the Control Room, it’s Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash and a handful of the many great musicians they influenced.

This year's community "book in common" is My Life On The Road by feminist icon Gloria Steinem, who will be in Chico's Laxson Auditorium on March 1st. On this week's show, joined by NSPR General Manager Beth Lamberson, Nancy talks with Gloria Steinem about traveling and listening.

The Mount Shasta Trail Association promotes hiking in the Mount Shasta region of northern California. The organization builds trails, advocates for more access to trails and trail protection, and works to conserve the natural beauty of the area. 

This week features legendary and new artists in a celebration of Black History Month, and the soaring voices of Chico’s Bethel AME Choir.

Cloud Wise Academy was formed to teach in-demand technical skills that employers are searching for in today’s market. There is currently a significant gap between the number of jobs open requiring these types of skills and the number of people in Shasta County who possess these skills.

There are smart people with a good work ethic, such as returning vets, who would be quite suitable for those high-demand jobs, if they had the right skills. They just need to be trained, and trained in the right way.

photo by Sesar Sanchez

The debut of Cowgirl in the Control Room on NSPR, with music host and station general manager Beth Lamberson. This week she shares some of her all-time favorite bands and musicians with us.  Stay tuned for James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, John Hiatt, Neil Young, Brandi Carlisle and more. 

Stable Hands’ mission is to promote physical, mental, and social health through equine assisted activities and therapy.

Northern Valley Catholic Social Service provides low-cost or free mental health, housing, vocational and support services to individuals and families in California’s Northern Sacramento Valley.

Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a fun, non-profit 300-acre gathering place in Redding featuring the Sundial Bridge, a museum, forestry & wildlife center, and arboretum and botanical gardens. At the gateway to the Sacramento River Trails, Turtle Bay celebrates far Northern California as part of the world we share.