BATON ROUGE — A year ago at this time, Hannah-Grace Adams-Lavergne was a student at the University of Louisiana Lafayette and one who just started her internship at THE GAME 103.7 Lafayette and 104.1 Lake Charles.
A year later, Hannah — now working fulltime as a producer and content creator — has been selected as the Student Broadcaster of the Year — Radio by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters.
Hannah was presented with the award at the LAB Prestige Awards luncheon held at the Renaissance Hotel in Baton Rouge on Thursday.
“Knowing that just a year ago this month, I was just an intern at the station,” Hannah said. “Now I’m a full-time producer, I have won this prestigious award and people who I don’t know now know me is crazy. The whole experience had me shaking when I was giving my speech. It is immensely humbling.”
“Hannah got her foot in the door and she never looked back,” THE GAME Brand Manager and RP3 & Company host Raymond Partsch III said. “Hannah has put in the work, has been eager to learn and develop as a producer and on-air talent. She has a bright future and we are proud of her being part of our team.”
Hannah, who is known on airwaves as Hannah Five Names, went from intern to then getting her foot into the door as a part-time employee serving as producer for several different shows, including “First Cup” on THE GAME, “The Ross Report with Carol Ross” on News Talk 98.5 FM, “Cajun Catholics” on KLFT 90.5.
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette graduate also served as a board operator for Opelousas Catholic High School football on News Talk 98.5 FM.
This past November, Hannah was hired in a full-time capacity as the producer for “RP3 & Company” and “Footenotes” on THE GAME 103.7 Lafayette and 104.1 Lake Charles — Southwest Louisiana’s Sports Station.
Hannah’s honor marks the third straight year that an employee of THE GAME has claimed the prestigious award, following Troy Brashear Jr. (2021) and Louis Prejean (2020).