Connie Wray has worked in the media industry for over 20 years. A graduate of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle Washington, Connie has always loved the stage and the arts. She is currently the Morning Radio Show Host of “Connie Wray & Friends” on Reno’s Fun 100.9. Before that, she hosted the Bill and Connie Morning Show on Alice 96.5 for 20 years, the longest-running local morning show in Reno, Nevada. She was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 2012. She has also been active in Television as the host of Reno’s Fox 11 shows “What Women Want” and “Living Local” from 2012 to 2018. Most recently she started The Next Stage – an online docu-series about people and organizations who are following their passions and taking things to the next stage. The Next Stage is featured every Monday Morning on Reno’s Fox 11 Morning News.
Connie is a 2-time heart survivor, recent hip replacement recipient and entrepreneur. She is passionate about making the community a better place. She has been actively involved in supporting Renown Children’s Hospital. Over the past 5 years, Connie Wray was a part of the Renown Children’s Hospital 36 Hours for Kids Radiothon, where she helped raise nearly a Half Million Dollars. She currently sits on the Sierra Art Board, Reno’s Premier arts organization with an emphasis on teaching, nurturing and supporting the arts in Northern Nevada. Connie Wray believes in giving back, lifting others up, and encouraging others to follow their passions.
In 2018, Connie started her own Production Company/Social Media Marketing Business, A Story Media. A Story Media focuses on helping businesses and nonprofits tell their story through video content and storytelling. She understands what it takes to take the leap and follow your dreams.
Connie Wray has been happily married to her Soul Mate, Blaine Gaudard, for 12 years. They share two gorgeous daughters Jessie (24) and Story (9). When she isn’t following her passions on the radio or on camera, she is following her other passion, staying healthy. You can find her working out at Sierra Strength and Speed 4 days a week or practicing mindfulness through yoga and meditation.