We’re looking for people who want to build their careers while ensuring the university continues to transform Wisconsin and the world.
We offer competitive salary and benefits and a workplace culture that is positive, inspiring, and inclusive.
WFAA believes in the value of the University of Wisconsin–Madison — its students, its alumni, Wisconsin, and the world. We work with alumni and friends to advance the UW, now and into the future.
Working to support UW–Madison, our culture is collaborative and mission driven. We strive to promote from within, and we value professional growth and volunteer opportunities. Our teams use cutting-edge technology and sophisticated data every day to achieve results.
We foster a comfortable work environment where our employees dress for their day in modern office spaces. Along with competitive salary, WFAA offers an above-market employer contribution for our 401(k) plan, as well as health, dental, and vision insurance.
Dexter Patterson ’14 is WFAA’s social media and digital specialist. A Madison native, he earned his bachelor’s degree at UW–Madison in life-sciences communication and recently received his master’s in communication from Purdue University. He and his family live in Sun Prairie. On his WFAA website staff profile, Dexter lists his favorite quote: “If you can dream it, then you can achieve it. You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.” — Zig Ziglar
Kari Stokosa is WFAA’s Managing Director of Research & Prospect Management. A native of Greenfield, Wisconsin, Kari earned her degree in atmospheric and oceanic sciences from UW–Madison in 1999. Although she never intended to be an on-air meteorologist, she says, “I’m very thankful for the wide breadth of skills I obtained in the process of working on this Letters & Science degree.”
Scott McKinney joined the UW Foundation in 1998 and is now WFAA’s chief operating officer. A Madison native, he attended Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota and then worked briefly in undergraduate admissions. He returned to Madison to attend law school and earned his JD in 1998.