Kaylene Beaujolais

Multimedia journalist, broadcaster and producer. The elegance of the 1920s meets gritty, golden era hip-hop.


Kaylene Beaujolais

Kaylene Beaujolais

Kaylene Beaujolais

Portland, Oregon

email: kaylene@kaylenebeaujolais.com

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Experienced multimedia journalist bringing fresh perspectives to news and public affairs. Reporter, producer, on-air talent, and documentarian.

Media Experience

  • On-air host for live and prerecorded shows.
  • Create original news and public affairs programming in hour long and shorter formats.
  • Write narration and copy for broadcast.
  • Produce live radio programming.
  • Research, arrange, conduct and transcribe interviews.
  • Write and produce VO/SOT packages.
  • Operate studio and on-location sound equipment.
  • Use ProTools, Adobe Audition, Premier Pro, Photoshop, WordPress, Marantz digital recorders, Zoom H4N recorder and microphones.
  • Voice-over talent.
  • Create television and radio program rundowns.
  • Write blog, articles, and social media posts.
  • Work well in teams and independently.
  • Travel to cover events and conduct interviews.
  • Produce sound stories and documentary style pieces.
  • Write scripts, press releases and PSAs.
  • Write copy for commercials.
  • Maintain independent business website and multimedia website.


Related Experience

  • Skilled facilitator and team leader of large and small groups.
  • Public Speaker.
  • Event Organizer.


Work History

  • 2014 Associate Producer, Media Rites. Supervisor: Dmae Roberts, dmaeroberts@aol.com.
  • 2014 Work at KXL News FM 101. Supervisor: Rebecca Marshall, rebecca.marshall@kxl.com.
  • 2014 Editor, Association of Independents in Radio Sounds of Silence Wiki. Supervisor: Sue Schardt, sue@airmedia.org.
  • 2014 Six month Internship Lars Larson Radio Show, supervisor Tony King: producer@larslarson.com.
  • 2013-2014 Producer Elemental Radio, Podcast.
  • 2013-2014 Music Director, KMHD2 Mount Hood Community College. Supervisor: JD Kiggins, 503-491-7632.
  • 2009-present Professional Tarot Reader and Priestess. Small business owner, 503-756-1587.
  • 2003-2014 Professional Nanny and Caregiver. Client: Alenka Grealish, 503-228-0878.
  • 2007-2008 Attend music shows and write reviews for PDXRap.com.
  • Producer, Barbara Bernstein’s sound documentary ‘Urban Green’ 2006. 503-235-2623.
  • Contracted Forest Service worker, Flag Point Fire Lookout, Summers 2005-2009. Employer: Cascadia Wildlands, 541-434-1463.
  • Volunteer producer at KBOO Community Radio for the program ‘Circle A Radio’,2000-2006.
  • Media spokesperson for Cascadia Forest Alliance 1999-2001.



  • Integrated Media Program Mount Hood Community College 2012-2014, associates degree of applied science in broadcasting.
  • Blue Iris Mystery School 2006-2010.
  • Soup to Nuts Workshop, sound documentary production, Claire Schoen 2009.
  • Apprenticeship, radio producer Barbara Bernstein 2006.
  • Professional apprenticeship, Colette Gardiner 2003-Present.
  • Medicinal plant apprenticeship, Colette Gardiner 2002
  • Portland Community College 1995-1996, General Studies.
  • University of Oregon 1993-1995, General Studies.


Community Involvement

  • KBOO Community Radio Station.
  • Medicine for Activists Seeking Health and Healing.
  • Cascadia Forest Alliance.
  • Social Justice Work.
  • Street Medic at protests and demonstrations.


Download Kaylene’s Resume: Kaylene_Resume


References and work samples available upon request.