Jill Enders is an award-winning journalist. She is the proud recipient of the 2016 Missouri Broadcaster’s Association award for Best News Series. Jill won this prestigious first place award for her piece “Ferguson Year In Review” she wrote, produced, and voiced for KTRS radio, where she also currently works as an anchor, reporter, and writer. In addition, Jill won again in 2017 for her piece, “The Ferguson Effect.”
Over the past twenty years, Jill has worn many hats in the broadcast industry. She has worked as a D.J., field reporter, production director, copywriter, airborne traffic reporter, anchor, and news bureau chief. Jill has covered a wide variety of high-profile stories during her career, including the Flood of ’93, presidential debates, and the Ferguson Crisis.
Jill also has acted in TV, film, and stage. Her experience as an actress allows her to provide her acting students with practical insight into the entertainment industry.
Jill is a native St. Louisian and a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.