Radio Host, Emcee, Entrepreneur
Sue Deyell is a professional MC who will always ensure your event goes off without a hitch!
Sue is known for her sense of humour and ability to charm a crowd! She loves to entertain and brings her professionalism and positive attitude and style to every event!
Sue has a unique ability to read an audience and adjust accordingly! She has experience with every type of event, from fundraisers, to being a panel moderator, to introducing the Rolling Stones at Calgary’s Saddledome; Sue is at home in front of any audience!
With more than 23-years on-air as a radio announcer, and 2 years as Host of her own TV show, Sue is an extremely versatile talent!
Sue has also recently started sharing her own story, about life in the exciting and ever changing world of radio. As an Emcee Speaker, Sue shares her experiences and insights through her unique sense of humour!
Sue is currently the Morning Traffic Announcer on 660 News, and hosts the Evening Show on KiSS 95.9, weeknights from 8-11pm! Sue is also co-owner of Sportsbras.ca, and is on the Board of Directors for Women Talk Canada.
Her extracurricular talents include chocolate eating, red wine drinking and her favourite; being Mom to her two young kids, Alexandra and Luke!!
Here is a little from Sue:
I’m a fun, fabulous and experienced announcer who can do it all! My passion is mornings, but I also have experience in news, and as a midday and drive announcer! I love radio! I love entertaining people and making listeners laugh – obviously on the air, but also in person, whether on remote or at station events. I have the gift of appealing to both men and women alike, with a slightly off-side sense of humour!!! I am a strong female personality; I’m intelligent and have an interesting and very amusing family!
I’ve been in radio for years now, but I am still extremely passionate about being on-air, and have so much I still want to share!! I love connecting with listeners on social media, and I’m super inquisitive; kind of a news and entertainment junkie! Beyond being on-air, since I love music, I really want to move into music programming in the near future.
In the perfect world, that would lead eventually lead to an APD then Program Director position.
Yup, I have a constant desire to be bigger and better…and I am always open to learning new things and taking direction from people with great ideas.