ABC 10 Staff

Jeff Harju Jeff Harju
General Manager

General Manager Jeff Harju is a native Yooper born and raised in the Copper Country. He got into broadcasting with a sales/advertising background and still also manages radio stations WOLV-WHKB-WCCY in Houghton in addition to ABC 10/CW 5. He graduated from Ferris State University with honors and a degree in advertising. He’s also a Calumet alumnus and served in the Michigan Army National Guard. He splits time between Houghton and Ishpeming and resides in Copper Country with his wife, three children, two dogs, two cats and a hedgehog. Jeff loves spending time with his family, biking, hiking, fishing, hunting, traveling, coaching his children in little league, broadcasting hockey and other High School sports, live music and of course helping U.P. businesses grow with creative messages in radio and television broadcasts. He is on the Calumet Theatre and Keweenaw Little League boards and is part of the trio that puts on the Dam Jam music festival in Calumet.

Connor Sturgill Connor Sturgill
Assistant Sports Director/ Reporter

My name is Connor Maxwell Sturgill. I was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky and attended Western Kentucky University, GO TOPS!!! I have a degree in Broadcasting and a minor in Athletic coaching. I came up here to the U.P. to learn all that I can at ABC 10 to one day become a great sportscaster. I have three younger siblings and we all grew up as athletes. I started competitive swimming when I was 3 years old and competed till I was 18 and coached it since I was 14 years old. I enjoy swimming, watching Packers football, going out at night to try and still be a college, fraternity man and running up the score on 2k football. If you have a news tip or story idea for me, you can email me at

Lisa Bowers Lisa Bowers
News Director

Lisa has lived and worked in Marquette County for the majority of her life. She graduated from Northern Michigan University with a degree in English and minors in speech and journalism. She worked for 17 years in the wireless industry before working as a newspaper journalist for 5 years. Lisa has strong ties to the community. She is currently the Secretary of the Peninsula Arts Appreciation Board in Negaunee, where she volunteers at least once per week. While journalism has always been her one true passion, Lisa can also occasionally be found on stage performing with her husband or singing in the church choir. She enjoys spending time with her family.
News tips or story ideas are always welcome. Send Lisa an email at

David Cesefske David Cesefske
Sports Director

A native of St.Clair MI, I’ve always been passionate about sports and truly enjoy delivering riveting stories to people. If I’m not working on a sports story I’m usually with my family doing something active outdoors such as kayaking, hiking, or you guessed it…playing sports. Graduate of Oakland University, and Specs Howard School of Broadcasting

“I truly believe if you want something bad enough you’ll do whatever it takes, I want to be great at this job because I believe its not just the story but also about how you deliver that story that can really impact the audience and share your passion”.
David can be reached at

Jeremy Skiba Jeremy Skiba

Jeremy Skiba comes to Marquette County bringing a multifaceted toolbox of experience with him. He graduated from Hofstra University in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and double minor in public affairs and radio/television/film.

Growing up in New York and New Jersey, Jeremy held various positions including a member of Athletics Communications Office at Harvard University and the Communications Office for the New York Red Bulls. He worked as a beat reporter for the New York Jets during the 2018 NFL season and as a broadcaster for the Sussex County Miners, an independent baseball team. In September 2019, he came to Michigan where he became the broadcast voice of the Port Huron Prowlers, a Federal Prospects Hockey League team. In college, he had the opportunity to interview New York Islanders players and coaches at games for Hofstra’s radio station, WRHU, a dream come true for a lifelong Isles fan.

In his spare time, Jeremy can be found fishing, playing golf and spending time with family and friends. If you have a news tip or story idea, email him at

Neydja PetitHomme Neydja PetitHomme

Neydja PetitHomme is a native Floridian. She was born and raised in Boca Raton.

Prior to joining ABC 10 News, Neydja interned at CBS News in Manhattan, New York, for the News Path department. During her time interning for CBS News, she conducted an exclusive sit- down interview with Executive Director for the “OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN” Auction, reported on the opening of the 80th Floor at the Empire State Building, as well as conducted a sit-down interview with talk show hosts from “The Talk.”

Neydja has also shadowed national correspondence on a variety of news from health care, to business to consumer related news stories such as “America’s trade war with China,” “coverage of the New York City (NYC) Climate Strike” and her favorite, the “Artist who ate the $120,000 dollar banana at Art Basel.”

In May of 2018, she graduated from the University of Miami, earning a News Journalism degree with a concentration in Broadcast Journalism. During her time at the University of Miami, she played for the Women’s Basketball team.

During her spare time, Neydja enjoys long distance running, the outdoors and reading a variety of books.

To send a story idea, email Neydja PetitHomme at

If you see her around town, make sure you say hello!

Thomas Fournier Thomas Fournier
Keweenaw Bureau Reporter

Thomas graduated from Central Michigan University in December 2019 with a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts, with a minor in Multi-media Design. Following his graduation he worked with the Flint Firebirds of the Ontario Hockey League as an Intern putting together end of game highlight videos. During the COViD-19 pandemic he worked with In10sity Dance around the country as a photographer. Now he can be found in and around the Copper Country reporting in the most incredible area of the state. If you have a story idea for Thomas, you can email him at