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Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Chairman of the Board - Alex Fried

Vice-Chairman - Rick Cohen

President - Thomas M. Currá 

Treasurer - Nicholas H. Niles

Immediate Past Chair - Martin Walzer

 

Board of Directors (in alphabetical order):

MIKE BEAN
PRESIDENT
MOHEGAN SUN POCONO

RICK COHEN
MANAGING DIRECTOR
BENCO DENTAL
Pittston

ALEX P. FRIED

PUBLIC RELATIONS, ENERGY AFFAIRS &

HEALTH, SAFETY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER

PROCTOR AND GAMBLE MEHOOPANY

Mehoopany

JEANNE SHUMAN GENZLINGER


OWNER
THE SETTLERS INN

Hawley

KRISTOPHER B. JONES
PRESIDENT 
KBJ CAPITAL 
Wilkes-Barre

ELAINE J. LAMBERT
PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

L. JAY LEMONS, Ph.D.
PRESIDENT
SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY
Selinsgrove

CLIFF MELBERGER

West Pittston

NICHOLAS H. NILES

Hawley

KATHY SCULLIN
CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
GEISINGER HEALTH SYSTEM

MARTIN L. WALZER

Danville

JENNIFER D. WILSON
PRESIDENT & CEO
FIRST COMMUNITY FOUNDATION PARTNERSHIP OF PENNSYLVANIA
Williamsport

THOMAS M. CURRÁ 


PRESIDENT/CEO
NORTHEAST PA EDUCATIONAL TV ASSN.

 

Board Assistant:
SARAH MARIE THOMAS
CORPORATE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

NORTHEAST PA EDUCATIONAL TV ASSN.

Director Emeritus:
ANDREW J. SORDONI, III

CHAIRMAN

SORDONI CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.

Forty-Fort

Next WVIA Board Meeting:
Friday, October 7, 2016 at 12pm
Sordoni Theater at the WVIA Studios

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