Michael Crosa is a multi-talented creative based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. As the director of Jollyville Radio, he channels his creative passions into an uplifting and heartwarming podcast that is fun for all ages. Michael is also a voice actor and public speaker, having made several appearances on fiction and non-fiction podcasts. He is an advocate for Tourette Syndrome, a condition with which he is well acquainted.
Michael has a knack for musical arrangement, specializing in brass and wind ensembles. His interests took flight in February of 2019 when he founded Jollyville Brass Quintet in Austin, Texas. During the coronavirus pandemic this project transitioned into what is now the Jollyville Radio Podcast.
Michael is also an experienced higher education administrator with a career focusing behavior response, crisis intervention, and compliance. His professional resume includes Warren Wilson College, The University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.