WCTE's Community Advisory Board

Our Community Advisory Board (CAB) was formed to provide a vehicle for effective community input for WCTE. The CAB reviews the station’s programming and its service to the community. The board then advises WCTE President and CEO Becky Magura, who represents the station’s governing body, the Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council.

Our Community Advisory Board (CAB) was formed to provide a vehicle for effective community input for WCTE. The CAB reviews the station’s programming and its service to the community. The board then advises WCTE President and CEO Becky Magura, who represents the station’s governing body, the Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council.

We gratefully welcome our CAB members and are proud to introduce them to you. They are Diana Baranowski, Nina Lunn, Kelly Swallows, Dr. Steve Copeland, Dr. Carl Owens and Jack Barton.

In this issue, we will spotlight the ladies…

Diana Baranowski A dedicated WCTE supporter and former board member of the Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council, Diana earned her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Tennessee Tech University. She is an entrepreneur and active philanthropist in the community.

Nina Lunn A retired clinical social worker and University of Tennessee faculty member, Nina has been an advocate for public television since its inception in the late 1960’s and a supporter of WCTE since its formation in 1978. She also currently serves on the boards of Kiwanis Cookeville Children’s Museum, Friends of TTU Library and the Putnam County Clean Commission.

Kelly Swallows A Property and Casualty Insurance professional since 2002, Kelly works at Swallows Insurance and also works as a certified fitness instructor for Cookeville Leisure Services. She moved to Cookeville from Charlotte, North Carolina in 2007 when she married her husband Matt. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing and Management from St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana.

By Mark Dudney

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