KQED Radio Staff
Keven Guillory was a producer for KQED's Forum until 2012. His first radio job at UC Berkeley's student station, KALX, was simply the beginning of Keven's long presence on Bay Area radio. He has worked as a news and public affairs director, news anchor, reporter, and producer at KRE, KBLX, KDIA, KSOL, KITS, K101, KALW, and KQED. He is also one of the founding members of the KQED Public Radio news team.
Keven majored in English at UC Berkeley, and was distinguished with a John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University. Guillory has won several broadcast awards from the Radio and Television News Directors Association and the Associated Press.
In mid career, Guillory taught radio news production to high school students at Youth News and served as the Chairman of the Board of Youth Radio/Youth Media International. Guillory has also served on the boards of Youth Radio, the Bay Area Black Journalists Association, and Suicide Prevention/Crisis Support Services of Alameda County.
A native Bay Area resident, Guillory enjoys gardening, especially growing roses, fishing, playing volleyball, writing for fun, and attempting to remain silent while being driven by his teenager. Guillory has five children, three of which are driving and two who are still on the soccer field.