Donald Reichardt & Joyce Oscar

Joyce Oscar joined CNN as a video journalist and was a reporter, anchor and producer at television stations in Georgia and Tennessee. She was a reporter and anchor for top-rated WSB-TV more than twenty years. She received many reporting awards, including four regional Emmy nominations. Joyce was honored by the Georgia House of Representatives and interviewed by Joan Lunden on “Good Morning America” for coverage of a winter storm that left her stranded for days in the North Georgia mountains. Joyce does commentary for CBS 46 News’ "Just a Minute" and has an acting role in the independent film "Clandestine Lives."

Donald Reichardt taught English and wrote for newspapers before launching a corporate career with AT&T. He wrote speeches for five Bell System CEOs. After eight years as the BellSouth Corporation’s executive director for advertising and Olympic Games sponsorship, he left to freelance, writing more than sixty bylined articles for magazines and business newspapers. Donald was elected to the College of Fellows of the Public Relations Society of America and the Georgia/PRSA Phoenix Hall of Fame. He is a Distinguished Alumni of Emporia State University in Kansas, which houses the Donald Reichardt Center for Publishing and Literary Arts.