PUBLIC BROADCASTING ATLANTA APPOINTS SEVEN MEMBERS TO ITS NEWLY CREATED ADVISORY BOARD
The Seven New Members Bring Significant Strategy, Communications, Marketing, Healthcare and Legal Experience
Atlanta, GA: Public Broadcasting Atlanta today announced the addition of seven new members to its newly created Advisory Board.
“We have embarked on a strategic transformation to better serve and reflect the Atlanta community,” said Public Broadcasting Atlanta Chairwoman of the Board of Directors, Ann Cramer. “As an organization that is dedicated to serving the community, we are committed to bringing in insights and expertise from across our area. The new board members are truly exemplary in their individual and combined expertise and they will be instrumental in helping us move our strategy forward.”
The new advisory board members represent a diverse group of institutions and disciplines from across the Atlanta area:
- Madelyn R. Adams, Director, Community Benefits, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Georgia
- Andrew Chang, Executive Director of Marketing and Physician Outreach, Piedmont Healthcare
- Vince Dollard, Interim Senior Vice President, Communications and Public Affairs, Emory University
- Jennifer Gilmer, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting
- Dan Kaufman, President & CEO, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
- Allegra J. Lawrence-Hardy, Partner, Lawrence & Bundy L.L.C.
- Kay Pippin, Mayor, City of Jackson
With the seven new members, the Advisory Board is now comprised of 16 community leaders. The board is chaired by Gale Fox Barnett, Principal, Reynard Investments, LLC.
“We believe in relying on the wisdom and experience of the leaders in our community,” said Public Broadcasting Atlanta President and CEO, Wonya Lucas. “I look forward to collaborating with our new members to advance our mission and reach new audiences.
About Public Broadcasting Atlanta
Public Broadcasting Atlanta is comprised of three dynamic, community-first platforms, WABE 90.1, PBA30TV and Atlanta PlanIt. Together, they bring NPR news, PBS programming, music, arts and cultural information to hundreds of thousands of listeners and viewers each year. As a broadcast service of Atlanta Public Schools, in partnership with the Atlanta Educational Telecommunications Collaborative (AETC), PBA has never lost sight of its original mission. Education remains at the core of our operation at every level, from children to adults.