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Staff

 

Leadership Team and Departments

WVIA President/CEO and Executive Producer
Tom Currá
570-602-1150

Chief Financial Officer
Lynn Volk
570-602-1124
lynnvolk@wvia.org

Sr. Vice President of WVIA
Chris Norton
570-602-1184
chrisnorton@wvia.org

Vice President of Engineering
Joe Glynn
570-602-1170
joeglynn@wvia.org

Vice-President of Television and Promotions
Doug Cook
570-602-1175
dougcook@wvia.org

Vice President of Via Studios Global & WVIA Production
Ben Payavis II
570-602-1129
benpayavis@wvia.org

Director of Major Gifts & Planned Giving
Ginny Fredmonski
570-602-1134
ginnyfredmonski@wvia.org

Vice President of Corporate & Business Development
Ron Prislupski
570-602-1137
ronprislupski@wvia.org

Creative Director for Digital Media
Chris Zellers
570-602-1147
chriszellers@wvia.org

Director of Artistry & Repertoire - Chiaroscuro Records
George D. Graham
570-602-1165
georgegraham@wvia.org

Acting Director of Membership
Amber Loomis
570-602-1128
amberloomis@wvia.org




 

For information about specific services:

 

Director of Education
Andrea O'Neill 
570-602-1182
andreao'neill@wvia.org

Chief Engineer
Mark Ruddy
570-602-1174
markruddy@wvia.org

Creative Director for Documentary Films
Greg Matkosky
570-602-1153
gregmatkosky@wvia.org

Public Radio Recording Services
Chris Norton
570-602-1184
chrisnorton@wvia.org

Producer - Our Town Series
Lisa Mazzarella
570-602-1164
lisamazzarella@wvia.org

Membership Gifts, Volunteers, Online Store 
Caroline Casey
570-602-1123
carolinecasey@wvia.org

Matching Gift Coordinator
Rebecca Czock
570-602-1135
rebeccaczock@wvia.org

WVIA Kids Clubhouse
Debby Konnick
570-602-1127
deborahkonnick@wvia.org

 

Producer - Call the Doctor
Joseph Chrobak
570-602-1132
josephchrobak@wvia.org

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