WAMU 88.5 : About

Paul Mozzocci, Director of Special Events

Paul Mozzocci

Paul has been with WAMU 88.5 since May of 2011. He brings over 12 years of event management experience to the station. Paul’s extensive resume consists of producing large scale galas, donor and corporate sponsor events, museum exhibition openings, government affairs meetings and much more.

His past event planning experience includes working at organizations such as the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Human Rights Campaign and Library of Congress.

Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Communication from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.

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