Tad is known for being light-hearted with a self-deprecating sense of humor. He’s often referred to as “Atlanta’s Larry David” because he finds himself in crazy situations that he handles the “wrong way”.
Tad loves exploring Atlanta with his wife, Jessica, and son, Sam. Together they live in Brookhaven with their Havanese dog named Louie. He enjoys photography, dining out, travel, interior design (especially collecting mid-century furniture), live music, and is always up for a new adventure, which explains how he once found himself riding an ostrich in South Africa and hiking an iceberg in New Zealand. His philosophy is “no interesting stories come from the main roads.”
Tad became a runner after his dad and boss passed away within the same year. He later trained for and ran the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington DC. “The average person runs a marathon in 3.5 to 4 hours,” Tad says. “It took me six. But I did it.” These days, he still loves to run but prefers shorter races.
When asked about his career in radio, Tad says, “I feel very fortunate to be able to make a living doing what I do. I feel it’s my duty to give back to the community whenever I get the chance. I’m particularly passionate for organizations that help children by removing barriers that might prevent them from achieving their dreams.” To that end, Tad has gone above and beyond to support Atlanta charities including Emmy’s Academy, MUST Ministries, Kids Boost, and Covenant House.