Mairead Todd

Membership Specialist

Mairead joined the KOSU staff in February 2015.

After graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Media Arts, she spent several years working for various non-profits in the metro area. Mairead's love of public media (both radio and TV) led her to pursue a master's degree in TV, Radio and Film from Syracuse University, and eventually landed her a job doing market and audience research at PBS in Washington, D.C. After four years in the nation’s capital, she moved back to her home state with the goal of getting involved in Oklahoma public media.

Mairead was born and raised in Oklahoma City, and grew up listening to The Spy. She enjoys cooking, craft beer, crime/drama mini-series, and hanging with her husband Sam and dog Jasper.

Ways to Connect

Election season is here. We are witnessing a very unconventional 2020 presidential race, and many local and state elections are in full swing. All the while, we are STILL in the midst of a global pandemic. Racial injustice protests continue to dot the American landscape. And our volatile economy struggles to rebound. These are troubling times.

We are in the midst of a global a pandemic. There are racial injustice protests dotting the American landscape. Our country is experiencing a volatile economy with no end in sight. And elections continue to be marred with faulty equipment and long wait times. On top of this, some of the largest public radio stations in the U.S. are laying off staff and cutting programming. These are troubling times.

The entire staff at KOSU has been scattered across Stillwater and the Oklahoma City metro since the stay-at-home orders were issued in mid-March. But we continue to work very hard to bring you all the news, information, and music that you come to depend on from your favorite public radio station.

Chris Landsberger / The Oklahoman

The opioid trial of The State of Oklahoma v. Johnson & Johnson wrapped up recently, and its outcome could have ramifications on a national scale. If the state prevails, Johnson and Johnson could have to spend billions to help ease the epidemic in Oklahoma. The verdict could be handed down later this summer, so until then we must wait.

KOSU welcomed Mairead Todd to the KOSU Membership team on February 23.

Mairead is an Oklahoma City native, with a bachelor's degree in Media Arts from the University of Oklahoma and a master's degree in TV, Radio and Film from Syracuse University. She spent several years working for various non-profits in the Oklahoma City metro area and market and audience research at PBS in Washington, D.C.

After four years in the nation’s capital, she moved back to Oklahoma with the goal of getting involved in public media.