Listen to “Tell Me Something Good” weekdays with Tony at 8:20 am and Gene Murrell at 4:20pm. Kelly also hosts Community Round Table, a program that spotlights local charity events and news, Sunday mornings.
Kelly Finley joined 92ZEW January, 2020 as Local News and Public Service Director.
Kelly Finley is a 20+ year news veteran. Kelly joined 92ZEW in 2019 as news director/anchor and host. Kelly’s newscasts will air weekday mornings on the Sound of Mobile (92ZEW, The Soul of Mobile, The CRAB and WNSP). Kelly will highlight the local greatness throughout the community on her “Tell Me Something Good” segment and will introduce you to non-profit organizations, where you can donate your time and talents, each Sunday on “The Community Roundtable”. Beginning in January of 2020, you are invited to tune in Sundays for “251 NOW with Kelly Finley”. It’s a show about what’s happening in the city, businesses you need to know about, local artists, restaurants to visit, health, finance, wellness, community leaders making a positive difference…vibrant local topics you and your family and friends are talking about, NOW! “251 NOW with Kelly Finley” is the go-to place, for what’s happening in our community.
Kelly Finley is President/CEO of KFin Productions. KFin Productions is the premiere social media company based in Mobile, Alabama. KFin Productions offers their clients award winning broadcast/social media consulting/classes, exclusive brand management and high profile public speaking services. KFin Productions works with top industry leaders to elevate their brand and messaging through content driven social media, across multiple platforms, while garnering worldwide support. KFin Productions, we are “Results Driven.”
Kelly’s career has crisscrossed the globe as Finley lived and worked overseas in Tirana, Albania and Brussels, Belgium. She also anchored and reported news on television and radio airwaves in her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. Kelly’s television career began in Yuma, Arizona, then Billings, Montana, San Diego, California was next, followed by Kansas City, Missouri and Mobile, Alabama. Kelly made her home here in Mobile, in 2013. Finley proudly served as the first civilian Family Readiness Officer in the United States Marine Corps (MWSG-37). Finley was the direct liaison between the colonel and four squadrons of Marines, sailors and their families (19,000+) and was responsible for leading four squadron Family Readiness Officers, as well.
Kelly Finley is the director of communications and public relations for the Dora Franklin Finley African-American Heritage Trail, is a proud board member of the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce, Visit Mobile, Mobile Baykeeper, AIDS Alabama South, the Mobile Law Enforcement Foundation, Door To Serenity, PL Wilson Detachment and is a member of the League of Women Voters.
Kelly and her husband Judge Karlos Finley are the proud parents of 3 children and they enjoy volunteering at their church, City Hope.
Kelly is a graduate of Wayne State University and holds her B.A. in Radio/Television.