Sunni can be heard on WPGC 95.5 on weekdays from 10am to 2pm!
She previously graced the airways on FM 98 WJLB (Detroit), Channel 955 (Detroit) and Power 96 (Miami).
Sunni’s family immigrated to the United States as Bosnian refugees in 1997. Settling into a small town within Detroit city limits, Hamtramck, she quickly adopted to the American ways -- even learning to speak English in six months. She began her career in radio at the age of 18 as an intern and worked her way up to become the first woman from her country on mainstream American radio.
The wonderful world of radio has its perks, but for Sunni, the best perk is the platform it has given her to spread her message of philanthropy. She’s been involved with numerous charities such as The Special Olympics, Covenant House Homeless Shelter, Safe Shores DC, UNICEF, Knock Out Abuse, Becky’s Fund and more.
As someone with a huge audience, Sunni believes that it’s her duty to give back, volunteer, and inspire others to do as much charity work as possible. Her annual Women’s Empowerment event honors women around DC/MD/VA for their philanthropic work in the community, in hopes of making philanthropy a way of life.
Sunni is also a published author. Her book, “Still I Shine,” which details her life from the refugee camps to the rise in radio and media, is available for purchase HERE.