About Jimmy

EmceeJimmy Sengenberger is a Denver-based, constitutional conservative public speaker, political commentator, and radio guest host on such stations as Denver’s News/Talk 710 KNUS and Northern Colorado’s AM 1310 KFKA. Most notably, Jimmy has served as the lead fill-in for legendary Denver radio icon Steve Kelley on KNUS over the course of the last two years. Jimmy is regularly available as a public speaker and emcee for your political event.

Effective and Engaging Public Speaker, Popular and Sought-After Political Commentator and Writer

Jimmy has been a featured speaker and panelist at numerous events, ranging from large rallies and Tea Party meetings to university panels and breakfast groups, and has served as a featured guest on Denver’s Newsradio 850 KOA, Talkradio 630 KHOW, KNUS, and 560 KLZ “The Source.”  He has written for former Congressman Bob Beauprez’s website and monthly e-magazine A Line of SightThe Villager newspaper, BackboneAmerican.net, his own SengCenter.com, the former PeoplesPressCollective.org, and other outlets; and as a student at Regis Unviersity he served as a section editor and Editor-in-Chief.  He is proud to be a graduate of the 2012 class of the Leadership Program of the Rockies.

Seasoned Radio Talk Show Host

Jimmy-SengCenter.com-21In addition to his work as Steve Kelley’s lead fill-in on 710 KNUS, Jimmy has often been heard on The Amy Oliver Show and The Luke Shilts Program on KFKA, where he has also subbed on their morning show, AM Colorado.  He has sat in for Jason Worley and Ken Clark on 560 KLZ‘s Grassroots Radio Colorado, where he interviewed then-presidential candidate and former Senator Rick Santorum.  Jimmy previously sat in for Ross Kaminsky on KNUS‘s Backbone Radio Show as a regular guest host.  Jimmy’s radio demo/aircheck tape is available upon request.

As the host of Regis University’s Seng Center Radio Show from September 2008 through June 2011, Jimmy grew the unprecedented college radio program to become the most influential, top-rated, and widely-discussed college radio show in Colorado.  He interviewed a wide range of guests, including former Bush adviser Karl Rove;  Dr. Ed Feulner, President of the Heritage Foundation; 2010 Senate and gubernatorial candidates Tom Tancredo, Dan Maes, and Ken Buck; Congressman Mike Coffman; Carlotta Walls LaNier, the youngest of the Little Rock Nine; and numerous other high-profile and substantive guests.