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Columbia College Chicago
Adjunct Faculty: A-F

Adjunct Faculty: A-F

Jordan Bernfield (picture forthcoming) has worked at WGN-AM 720 since 2009, and currently serves as a Sports Reporter, Anchor and Host. Besides his work on "Cubs Weekly," Bernfield is the Host for Northwestern football and basketball broadcasts and "Preps Plus Chicago." Jordan currently teaches Radio Sports Play-by-Play.

Burt Burdeen began his radio career in Iowa as a 17 year old On-Air Talent and quickly made his way to Chicago. In Chicago, Burt held a number of positions at radio stations including: Program Director, Production Director, Promotions Director and On-Air Talent. Among Burt's many accolades, was the "Program Director Of The Year" from Billboard magazine. Burt currently teaches Music Radio Broadcasting I.

Domingo Castillo has an extensive background in production which includes a term of nearly 20 years spent at WNUA 95.5, Chicago's former Smooth Jazz station, where he began as an intern and ultimately became an integral member of their Production Staff and Part-Time Airstaff. As a Freelance Producer his work can be heard in several markets including Denver, Ft. Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Tulsa, Fresno, Albuquerque and Houston.

Sheila Clancy earned her undergraduate Journalism Degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois and a master’s degree in Written Communication from National Louis University in Chicago. During her career she has worked as a writer, reporter, editor, typesetter, and producer at numerous news outlets in Chicago such as the City News Bureau of Chicago; the Chicago Tribune; WMAQ All News Radio; FOX-TV; WBBM-AM and most recently as a freelancer for the Chicago Sun-Times. 

Deb Doetzer has been a professional stage and voice-over actress for over 20 years and a proud member of the performers' unions AEA, SAG and AFTRA, and is represented exclusively by Stewart Talent in Chicago and Innovative Artists New York. Her prolific voice-over career highlights have been national television campaigns for Samsung, State Farm, Blockbuster and Kraft Mac and Cheese, Penny the Penguin for Seaworld and the voice of EMMI Solutions. Currently she teaches the Voiceover I course.


Johnathon Zebo Gust is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago and has been a DJ for over 14 years. Starting as a vinyl dj playing primarily house music and jungle, he has evolved into just about every genre of music and utilizes both vinyl and serato as his primary medium. He was voted "Best Local DJ 2010 & 2011" by The Chicago Reader. He currently teaches The Club DJ I and The Club DJ II courses.


Paula Hambrick has worked as a media professional for over twenty-five years. For the past fifteen years, she has facilitated the growth of Hambrick and Associates from a sole proprietorship to a media buying service. As president of Hambrick & Associates, Paula has designed and planned media campaigns for political candidates at the state and federal level, television and radio stations, newspapers, and sports franchises. Paula teaches the Radio Marketing and Promotion course in the Radio Department.