Radio was Vikki's life for over two decades. "She was one of my mentors in the radio business," said 'American Idol' host and radio/TV personality and producer Ryan Seacrest. "She taught me a lot and was always generous with her kindness and encouragement. Her voice was an important one in Atlanta and it was a privilege to work with her." She is a class act," said Spanx founder Sara Blakely, "I am forever thankful for the support she has shown me." Vikki was inducted into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame in 2008 and was nominated for a Marconi award, the highest achievement in radio. She has helped raise millions for non-profits like the Elton John Aids Foundation and CHOA. So is there life after radio? Yes. She still loves telling stores, only today she's a lot more rested.