Kama is an afternoon host on Retro 102.5. She was born in Phoenix but has lived in Colorado since 1982. The mother of three is one of the longest tenured employees at Townsquare Media Northern Colorado. Kama loves the Poudre and Spring Creek Trails. She likes to travel on the back roads east of I-25, hike Devil's Backbone and boat at Horsetooth Reservoir. Kama’s favorite restaurants are La Luz and Los Tarascos. She enjoys Intersect Brewing for the Gose and the patio. You can listen to Afternoons with Kama from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays on Retro 102.5
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