I've been active in ham radio since Dec. 2010, and earned my Technician, General and Extra license by July 2011.
My initial purpose for joining was to support my husband, Bill KE5VKB, in his hobby. Bill is legally blind and depends upon me for transportation. Over time, I began to develop my own interest in ham radio, so now it's something we enjoy together.
As a writer/educator, I enjoy writing about and encouraging others to get involved in ham radio. I write a very sporadic blog about my adventures in ham radio: Pink HAMsters, as well as a Pink HAMsters Facebook page. I organized Pink HAMsters in order to find lady ham operators.Pink HAMsters now has a group in Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, and Wisconsin, thanks to Heather Schultz, KC9QXD who has been instrumental in moving the club forward. I have one published article about ham radio on page 30 in the May 2012 issue of Oklahoma Living Magazine. I'm currently busy teaching 3rd-5th graders a bit about electronics and ham radio at Cornerstone Tutorial Center in Tulsa, OK.
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