Community Council

Council Members pictured at the December, 2015 meeting: Front Row: Steve Alexander, Joyce McKeeman, Cindy Weed and Bill Holiday. Back Row: Nora Jacobson, Offie Wortham, Jerry Aldredge, Jane Birnn and Chuck Pizer.

The Vermont PBS Community Council is an advisory board of Vermonters who help Vermont's statewide public television network respond to the needs of Vermonters. The members offer advice and make recommendations to staff and board of directors on programming and services, based on their assessment of their community's interests, values, challenges and priorities. They are active in their local communities, often hosting Vermont PBS events. For more information, contact Chuck Pizer, Vermont PBS's community engagement director, (802) 654-3688.
 


Council Members


Jerry Aldredge
Caledonia (Chair)

Bill Holiday
Windham (Vice Chair)

Steve Alexander (Past Chair)
Addison

Cindy Waters
Bennington

Emerald Drake
Franklin

Cynthia Weed
Franklin

Jane Birnn
Grand Isle

Offie Wortham
Lamoille

Joyce McKeeman
Orange

Barbara Morrow
Orleans

Lars Hasselblad Torres
Washington

Nora Jacobson
Windsor

Randall Balmer
Windsor

Chuck Pizer
(Vermont PBS Liaison)
Chittenden

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