Martin Mayiani

Operations Specialist

Martin was born and brought up in Lenkisem, Kajiado County, Kenya. He moved to the US in 2013  to attend James Madison University  where he studied Integrated Science and Technology with a concentration in Information and Knowledge Management.

At JMU, Martin worked for the JMU Micro-Computing Labs as a Lab Assistant for his first two years of college and as a Student Manager for his  last two years of college. Martin graduated from JMU in May 2017 and joined the WMRA team in August 2017. 

Martin spends his leisure time playing and watching soccer and volleyball. He is also interested in artificial Intelligence. 



Ways to Connect

WMRA’s March Books & Brews features author Sharyn McCrumb discussing her book,The Unquiet Grave, a finely-wrought novel set in 19th Century West Virginia, based on a true story of one of the strangest murder trials in American history- The case of the Greenbrier Ghost.

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 at 7pm, at Pale Fire Brewing Company in Harrisonburg.

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 at 7pm, at Pro Re Nata Farm Brewery in Crozet(This is a new partnership and new location for Books & Brews!)

With both Books & Brews locations, when you present your WMRA MemberCard, you'll receive a certificate for a complimentary beer.

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WMRA is pleased to present an afternoon with NPR's Sarah McCammon.

Sarah McCammon will be giving a talk about her own personal background and experiences as a member station reporter, what she and others are doing and how they work with member stations to tell stories about their communities.

She will also touch on her path to NPR mainly focusing on covering the  Trump 2016 campaign. A question and answer session will follow her talk.

This event is free and open to the public.