For years, Racquel Goldy has been a multimedia producer and content creator. She’s worked as an on-air radio show host for Revolution 93.5 FM, South Florida’s home of Dance Music. Racquel was also the Pre-Game Show Host for all home games of the NHL’s Florida Panthers, and the BB&T Center’s digital event productions.
She’s also been on the cover of The Parklander Magazine and she’s worked as a radio correspondent covering opening day for the Florida Marlins and has appeared as a guest co-host on various radio stations, including ESPN Radio 106.3 FM, and she was a video-host and interviewer for Eye on South Florida.
Racquel has also covered the red carpet as a correspondent for numerous entertainment events, including the Billboard Music Awards, iHeart Fiesta, and the Creative Arts Emmys.
On Episode 17 of the Boca Soul Connexion/BocaSoulX, Racquel Goldy discusses with Nile Fortner, what inspired her to go into this field, covering events, and interviewing worldwide musicians and bands.
Racquel also shares with Nile her podcast Millennial Girls, breaking barriers for women in multimedia professions, coming from Parkland and Florida Atlantic University, K Pop, and a lot more on this BocaFirst podcast episode.
If you’d like to go beyond our audio adventures, you may check out The Millennial Girls on Spotify, Instagram, and YouTube. You may also find Racquel Goldy on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and on her website.