Brian Waller Appointed to Iowa Public Radio Board of Directors

For Immediate Release 

DES MOINES, Iowa (December 20, 2022) – Technology Association of Iowa proudly announces that Brian Waller was recently appointed to the Iowa Public Radio (IPR) Board of Directors. He will serve a two-year term that began in September 2022.

IPR is a statewide public radio network that serves over 200,000 listeners with three programming streams: News, News/Studio One, and Classical. IPR’s combined radio group consists of 26 stations that serve rural and urban Iowa, touching all of Iowa’s 99 counties.

“I’m honored to serve on the board and help support the future success of IPR’s long and proud history, said Waller. “Community-building is central to both of our organizations, so I’m excited to contribute and find meaningful ways for Iowans to connect with their community.”

The complete list of IPR board members is available here.

About the Technology Association of Iowa:

Founded in 1997, The Technology Association of Iowa is a statewide, member-based organization focused on building and uniting Iowa’s technology community. TAI advances the tech industry through engaging programming, premier events, talent development, driving public policy, and fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion to lead Iowa forward. 

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Media Contact:
Nick Donovan
Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Technology Association of Iowa 

Phone: 515-518-8075


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