Weezie Kramer is the Chief Operating Officer of Entercom Communications, the fastest growing and best performing U.S. radio broadcaster.
Known as one of the most influential women in radio, Kramer joined Entercom in January 2000. She was promoted to her current role as COO in 2014. During her 17 years with the company, Kramer has been instrumental in driving growth. She began as a regional vice president, overseeing five markets. She is now responsible for the operations of Entercom’s entire portfolio: 126 top-rated stations, in 28 markets coast to coast.
Prior to Entercom, Kramer held numerous sales and leadership roles in the industry. Notably, she spent 12 years at CBS radio, where rose to become a VP and a Market Manager. She is an industry pioneer and a strong leader, having hired and mentored many of radio’s top executives during her long career.
Kramer has been the recipient of numerous awards and distinctions. She serves on the executive committee of the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB), and she was the first woman to chair the organization. She was also the first woman to receive a Radio Wayne award, a prestigious honor which recognizes the professionalism, creativity and dedication of radio industry leaders. In 2013 she won the Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) Group’s Trailblazer award. She is consistently named as one of Radio Ink’s Top 20 Most Influential People.
Kramer holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky.