Alice Woelfle

Program Director

Alice is the Program and Music Director at KZYX. She is the host of Music Without Borders Mondays from 10-noon, a show featuring new music across all genres. She is also the co-host of Trading Time each Saturday at 11. Alice grew up in Venice, Ca the daughter of a children’s author and an artist. She attended college in Pittsburgh PA, and London, England. Following that she spent eight years in sustainable agriculture working with sheep, cattle, goats and horses on ranches in Oregon and California. Alice has worked as a musician, teacher, chef, youth mentor, activist, and rancher. In addition to her work at KZYX she operates a small sheep ranch in Anderson Valley.

KZYX was lucky enough to receive a visit from North Carolina picker Brooks Forsyth on the way to his show in Willits. He played a few songs and told great story about meeting Ramblin' Jack Elliot in a bar.

Victor Clark Alfaro

Aug 24, 2018

Victor Clark Alfaro, a native of Tijuana, study masters in social
anthropology at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA) in Mexico City, and
conducted doctoral studies in sociology at the University of California
San Diego (UCSD). Professor at San Diego State University (SDSU); and
Founder and Director of the Binational Center for Human Rights (in
Tijuana). He has been a columnist for Pacific News Service (PNS)
(1987-1991), columnist for the newspaper La Opinión (Los Angeles, CA)

Maria Rendon

Aug 24, 2018

Maria Rendon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Urban
Planning and Public Policy at the University of California, Irvine, and is
an affiliated faculty member there in Sociology and Chicano/Latino
Maria received her PhD from Sociology and Social Policy program at Harvard
University. Maria examines how concentrated poverty and racial segregation
impacts the life outcomes of urban residents and specifically how children
of Latino immigrants adapt and acculturate in these environments. As part

Bardis Vakili

Aug 24, 2018

Bardis Vakili is a Senior Staff Attorney, at ACLU San Diego.
Vakili came to the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties in September 2014
after four years in the Orange County office of the ACLU of Southern
California. His primary areas of focus are immigrants’ rights and the
rights of youth and children, and he also works on voting rights and
policing issues. For his work in the field of immigrants’ rights, Vakili
has received a California Lawyer Attorney of the Year award in 2017 and a

Louis Desipio

Aug 24, 2018

Professor, Political Science and Chicano/Latino Studies. School of Social
Sciences, University of California, Irvine
Director, Center for the Study of Democracy
Ph.D., 1993, University of Texas at Austin
M.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1984, Latin American Studies
A.B., Columbia University, 1981, History