JD Tayloe has over 24 years experience in leadership and management of national and international radio and humanitarian organizations.  Much of his experience is in on-air radio broadcasting, radio network management, major donor fundraising, as well as corporate leadership, project development, public speaking, and communications.

JD also serves on the Board of Strategic Communications Group, a humanitarian radio broadcast organization.  Over the years, JD has lent his expertise in international broadcasting and fundraising with organizations such as Life Without Limbs, SAT-7 Television, PAX Channel’s Worship TV, High Adventure Broadcasting, Salem Communications, LeSEA Broadcasting and Christian Solidarity International.

His broadcast experience included KIIS FM-Los Angeles as a college intern for Rick Dees and also at KPRZ-Los Angeles where he worked with Gary Owens as his assistant, “Trapper John.”  After three years on the air with Salem Communication as a music jock and interview host, JD served 15 years with High Adventure Broadcasting, an international network of Shortwave, FM and AM radio stations broadcasting into over 50 nations.  JD’s responsibilities included on-air host, program director, station manager, network director, and vice president.

For the past several years, JD Tayloe has been working in radio and television  commercial voiceover where he has rapidly built an expanding and diverse clientele, including Passages Malibu, Zumba Fitness, DeVita Labs, Cambridge Life Solutions, Wyndam Hotels, Arkansas Department of Energy, Arthritis Foundation, SebaClear, New Vitality and ExxonMobil.

JD Tayloe has studied with Nancy Wolfson and has completed her course work in advanced voiceover techniques and voice acting.