Krystal is currently the Station Manager at KVXL, 101.1FM in Las Vegas. She can be heard live on the air and on numerous podcasts, including her weekly program, The Friddle Show, which is available on iTunes and SoundCloud.
Krystal is also the Director of Urban Outreach for Liberty Baptist Church, Secretary of the non-profit organization Liberty's Hope, and a RECAP volunteer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. She lives with her four fun-loving golden retrievers, and enjoys working with them in various dog sports and AKC events.
Prior to moving to Las Vegas, Krystal worked with Steven Crowder in the early days of "Louder with Crowder," and was a contributor to both Outset Magazine and DeneenBorelli.com. Many of her articles can still be found on their websites.
A part of the "#LNYHBT Twitter Army Brigaide," Krystal was also a regular caller on the Sean Hannity show. Mr. Hannity was the one who challenged Krystal to enter radio and start a podcast of her own, and has graciously appeared as a guest on her program on numerous occasions.
Before pursing a full-time career in the radio industry, Krystal worked as an Outreach Specialist for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Republican Caucus. Her years serving the people of Pennsylvania, while navigating the particulars of state legislation, increased her love for both her home state and for political proceedings.
God and Government is Krystal's first book, which outlines her passion for Christians to get involved in their communities and the political process.
While working on her graduate studies, Krystal had the incredible privilege of being the personal assistant to Sam Schmidt, former race car driver and the President and Owner of Sam Schmidt Motorsports (now Arrow McLaren SP). With a hard card and nearly unlimited access to gasoline alley, Sam instilled a love for open-wheel racing in Krystal and gave her unparalleled opportunities to learn about talent development, contract negotiations, and effectively generating and maintaining sponsor relationships.
After five summers as the Head Women's Counselor at Camp Streamside in the Poconos, Krystal worked on her first two statewide political campaigns for a dear family friend, Chet Beiler. She wrote speeches and letters, prepped direct mailers, put up yard signs, coordinated volunteers, communicated with donors, staffed events, and did all the things campaign staff do. She holds very fond memories of those early days on the campaign trail, and encourages young people to not only vote for good candidates, but also support their campaigns by helping them in any ways they are able.