2009 Career Achievement
Leslie Fram joined Power 99 in Atlanta in 1990 as part of the morning team, then, she became Program Director when the station changed to WNNX and remained part of the morning show until the station changed ownership and formats in 2008. She is the recipient of many local and national awards including being the first woman to receive the T.J. Martell Foundation award in 2000. She moved to New York to program WRXP and co host the morning show. She held that position until 2011 when WRXP switched formats. Fram is currently the Senior Vice President of Music Strategy at CMT One Country in Nashville.
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