Roxanne Richardson

Roxanne Richardson

Roxanne is a radio and television veteran, currently hosting “Roxanne and Ace” weekday mornings on 93.7 WDJC in Birmingham, Alabama.  A registered chaplain, she has appeared on the Fox News Network, The 700 Club and The Learning Channel.  Roxanne was the Founding Board Member of Alabama’s only 24-hour shelter for women seeking refuge from human trafficking, called The Wellhouse Inc.  This faith-based non-profit agency has received the FBI’s Distinguished Leadership Award.  She also leads a group comprised of various local church members, called “Special Ops”, that ministers weekly to the lost and those being exploited at local motels and truck stops.  Roxanne has her own blend of coffee that benefits missionaries to Southeast Asia – info at mybrotherscup.com. In addition, she once served as a staff member at Church of the Highlands, where she led outreach efforts at The Birmingham Dream Center.  Roxanne enjoys public speaking, preaching, and has hosted numerous faith-based conferences.  Business Alabama Magazine named Roxanne as one of the Top Women in Alabama Media.

Roxanne is married to Dr. Wayne Richardson, a Hoover, Alabama elementary school principal, and are parents to four adult children.  When not working, Roxanne can be found traveling, reading, cooking, skating and exploring museums.



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