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The WQED Multimedia Board of Directors is a volunteer group of people from the community who set the mission and strategic direction of WQED.

The Board is composed of no fewer than 20 and no more than 31 members, all of whom are elected at the Annual Meeting and represent the WQED viewing area.

The Board meets four times a year, with a combined meeting with the Community Advisory Board (CAB) at the annual meeting.

The Board has five standing committees which meet throughout the year: Executive and Corporate Planning; Content and Distribution; Finance, Business and Operations; Audit; and Governance.

All board and committee meetings of WQED are open to the public. They are held in the Hillman Conference Room at WQED, 4802 Fifth Avenue, Oakland.

Board of Directors Meetings FY 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015 – 4:00 pm closed session, 5:00 general Board meeting
Thursday, May 14, 2015 – 4:00 pm closed session, 5:00 general Board meeting
Thursday, August 13, 2015 – 4:00 pm closed session, 5:00 general Board meeting
Thursday, October 22, 2015 – 6:00 p.m. - ANNUAL MEETING FY15



WQED Multimedia Officers 2015

Chair
William R. Caroselli
Vice Chair
R. Yvonne Campos
Dee Jay Oshry
Donna C. Peterman
President & Chief Executive Officer
Deborah L. Acklin
Secretary
Jacquelyn Thomas
Treasurer
Carole A. Bailey

WQED Multimedia Board of Directors 2015

Marcela Bohm-Velez
Nancy Bromall Barry
Joseph E. Bute
Michelangelo Celli
Randy Crawford
Mary Ann Dunham
Christine Fulton
Lorna McGhee
W. Thomas McGough, Jr.
Burton Morris
Darlene Motley
Carl Moulton
Mildred S. Myers
Edward Ws. Neff
Dan Onorato
Gilbert Z. Schneider
Gregory Scott
Cynthia D. Shapira
James Singer
Frances Stewart



WQED Multimedia Community Advisory Board Fiscal Year 2015

Nina Deibler, Chair
Robert Barr
Gina Blackburn
Kenya Boswell
Nicolas Cafardi
Dina Clark
Amy Cribbs
Betty Cruz
Tracy Evans
Paul Homick
Seth Hufford
Chaz Kellem
Kelly Kochamba Wesolosky
Brad Kovaleski
Derrick Lopez
Lois Mufuka Martin
Colleen McMullen
Laurie Mizrahi
Luke Moran
Khari Mosley
Tanya Moximchalk
Suzi Neft
Dolores Nypaver
Conor Platt
Patricia Putman
Meagan Reed
Ellen Rossi
Michael Sexauer
Devon Smeal
Mell Steven-Cosnek
Donna Taylor
Michael Testa
Denise Williams
Alison Wolfson

Community Advisory Board Meetings FY 2015
Thursday, December 18, 2014 – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, February 26, 2015 – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 11, 2015 – 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, September 10, 2015 – 6:00 p.m.



Trustees Emeriti

James E. Abraham
Debra L. Caplan
Herbert Bennett Conner
Elsie Hillman
W. Thomas McGough, Jr.
George L. Miles, Jr.
James C. Roddey
Richard L. Stover
Dr. Albert C. Van Dusen
Deceased: Donald Clem

Honor Board

Benno A. Bernt
Eva Tansky Blum
Theodore Bovard
JoAnne Boyle - Deceased
Ellen Brooks
Michael Bryson
Carolyn Byham
William C. Byham
Frank V. Cahouet
Edward W. Diggs
Hilda Pang Fu
Mona N. Generett, Ph.D.
Brenda Gregg
Chuck Gregory
Marcia Gumberg
Roy W. Haley
Jack S. Isherwood
Diana Jannetta
Clyde Jones
Julius Jones
Michelle Jones
Lawrence W. Kaplan
Donald C. Korb
Daniel J. Lebish
Chris Leech
Claudette R. Lewis
William Lieberman
Leon Lynch
James Maher
Mary Lou McLaughlin
Kevin McMahon
Mickey McManus
Kathleen Mulcahy
John Murray
Christopher Pappas
Joseph P. Platt
William H. Rackhoff
Herman Reid
D. Jin Song
Bill Waterkotte
Syliva C. Wilson
Deceased: Gwen Elliott

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