CMA Broadcast Award winning and 2-time ACM Broadcast Award nominated, Natalie Cash, has proven she has what it takes to succeed in the radio business.
Her drive, determination, and passion was the driving force behind Natalie landing her first radio gig in Dallas, TX, at the legendary KHYI, working every on-air shift possible with no pay.
In 2007, Natalie’s hard work and sacrifice brought her to Las Vegas, landing a job with iHeartRadio as a Morning Show Producer, then quickly being promoted to co-host of ‘Mark and Natalie In The Morning’.
Las Vegas gave Natalie opportunities she couldn’t get anywhere else. She became more comfortable behind the mic in a PPM Market, while also gaining a ton of on-camera experience.
Hosting The Country Network’s, ‘Red Carpet Experience’ at the American Country Awards, opportunities interviewing Hollywood’s A-listers at movie premieres, introducing country stars on a stage in front of 15,000 screaming country music fans on Las Vegas’ Fremont Street during ACM Week, and growing new skills like Stand Up Comedy, are just a few of the opportunities Natalie took advantage of during her time in Sin City.
Then came 2011 ….. the year everything changed for Natalie. She found her niche in radio and took advantage of a rare opportunity at Cox Media Group’s, KWEN, in her hometown of Tulsa, OK.
Over the past 10 years, Natalie has proven ratings success, a CMA Broadcast Award, 2 ACM Broadcast Award nominations, also recognized as Tulsa’s ‘Top 40 Under 40’, and voted ‘Tulsa’s Favorite Radio Personality’ at the 2020 Tulsa Music Awards.
BUT……Community is where Natalie feels the most comfortable…. She thrives off creating a platform listeners can be a part of and get behind.
She’s taken part in raising over a million dollars for the St Jude Hospital through St Jude Radiothons and St Jude Dream Home.
For the past 6 years, Natalie also spearheaded and created a Holiday bicycle drive called Bikes For Kids….. a radio stunt the entire community rallied around.
Living 35 feet in the air…. in the freezing cold…. all to receive bicycle donations given to children in need across the Tulsa community.
To date, over 7,000 bicycles have been donated to various charities throughout Northeast Oklahoma.
Natalie also received a Communications degree from Oklahoma Baptist University on a full-ride basketball scholarship.