America’s Public Television Stations Elect New Board Officers, Trustees
America’s Public Television Stations (APTS) has chosen new board leaders and board members. The newly-elected officers and trustees will begin their terms on Monday, Feb. 22.
Andrew Russell, president and CEO of PBS SoCal and KCET in Los Angeles, has been elected chair; Susi Elkins, director of broadcasting and general manager of WKAR Public Media at Michigan State University in East Lansing, has been elected professional vice chair; and David Steward II, immediate past board chair of Nine PBS in St. Louis, has been elected lay vice chair.
The newly-elected trustees are: Eric Easter, lay trustee of WHUT Washington, and Anthony Hayes, chief operating officer and general manager of New England Public Media in Springfield, Mass.
Re-elected to the APTS Board of Trustees are W. Craig Fugate, at-large trustee in Gainesville, Fla.; Jeffrey Gilbert, board chair of New Hampshire PBS; Mimi Chapin Gregory, lay trustee of WGCU Fort Myers, Fla.; and Edward Ulman, president and CEO of Alaska Public Media.