A native of Dublin, Ireland, Dolores grew up in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. A graduate of Wallenpaupack Area High School in Hawley, PA, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications/Radio and Television from Marywood University, Scranton, PA.
She began her professional career in her last semester of college as an intern at the Times-Shamrock Communications Inc. radio stations in Scranton. Irish luck was with her that spring when she began her first paid professional position on St. Patrick's Day as the Traffic Manager (Most important job at a radio station. Details!) for WGBI-AM/FM, Scranton, PA. Her professional career includes radio and television work on-air, in sales and marketing.
Dolores is as a Past President of the New York City Chapter of American Women in Radio & Television (AWRT), now known as Alliance of Women in Media (AWM). She has been a member of New York Coalition of Professional Women in the Arts and Media, New York Women in Film and Television and New York Women in Communications.
She is a member of Nollaig na mBan NYC, an Irish Women’s group that celebrates Irish culture while raising awareness and funds for The Dwelling Place NYC, thedwellingplaceofny.org/ a transitional residence for homeless women at 409 West 40th Street, New York City. Dolores has been a board member of the United Nation’s Development Fund for Women/UNIFEM,NYC and Atrevete Flamenco Dance Theatre of New York. She is a volunteer for the Broadcasters' Foundation of America, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and Saint Patrick's Cathedral Choir music ministry.
A Voice Over artist, Dolores is a member of SAG-AFTRA. She is Associate Producer of STATE OF DENIAL, an audio documentary on the plight of undocumented Irish in today's New York City broadcast on RTE in Ireland. She is also the creator and host of www.SaintsOfNewYork.com a Catholic themed historical walking tour of New York City.
Dolores is a recipient of the New York Women's Agenda Galaxy Award honoring extraordinary women of the future. She enjoys theatre, history, travel, music, all things New York, and anything Irish and Mediterranean.
Her Radio philosophy: There is no medium more community-oriented than radio. No matter what you do at a radio station you are always a star in your town!