General Manager: Mrs. Stiles is a professional staff member. She manages the daily operations and helps establish long-term plans for the station. She also hosts and produces the weekly interview program, "Newsmakers." She has a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a Master of Arts Degree in Speech Communication from Pittsburg State University. She has more than 25 years of experience in television.
Communication Department Head/Executive Manager: Mr. Bryant is head of the Department of Communication at Missouri Southern and an Assistant Professor in Communication. He teaches a variety of broadcast classes and helps staff coordinate student work at the station. He has a Bachelor's and a Master's Degree from the University of Kansas.
Kisa Clark teaches Mass Communication courses at Missouri Southern State University. She earned her Master’s in Communication with emphasis in Mass Communication, Cultural Studies, and Documentary Film production from the University of Arkansas in 2014 and her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with an emphasis in broadcasting from Missouri Southern State University in 2011. She has also taught English courses in Spain and Costa Rica.
Broadcast Electronics Technician: Mr. Hewett is a professional staff member. He assists with the maintenance and operations of station equipment and other campus facilities. He came to the Missouri Southern after more than 20 years experience as an engineer in commercial television and industry.
Creative Services Director: Mr. Hunt is a staff member. In addition to supervising the practicum students at the station, he is responsible for production of non-student television programs and special video projects. He has more than 25 years experience in television production.
Chief Engineer: Mr. Ross is a professional staff member. He is responsible for the maintenance and technical operations of KGCS-TV. He also maintains other technical facilities on campus. He came to Missouri Southern after more than 20 years experience as an engineer at a commercial television station.
Each year, upper-level students serve as student managers. The students work closely with staff, faculty and other students with the operation of the station. Student managers are named at the start of the Fall semester.