Board of Directors
Incorporated in 2010, PAC 14 Inc., is a non-profit 501c-3 organization which provides Public, Educational, and Governmental Access services within the Wicomcio County Community. A broad community-based Board of Directors was established to represent PAC 14 Inc., and to help ensure the growth of citizen produced local community media. The majority of the seats are determined by the By-laws and represent a cross-section of the community, including local organizations, institutions, government, as well as local viewers and volunteer citizen producers. The mission of the Board is to represent the current and future needs and interest of Public Access Television in Wicomico County, including the establishment of a new Community Media Center.
Board of Directors
Jack Galloway - Community Member (Elected)
Arron Gurlly - Assistant Professor, Communication Arts, Salisbury University (Designated)
Brett Hammond Community Member (Elected)
John "Jack" Heath - Salisbury City Council Representative (Designated)
Joe Holloway - Wicomico County Council Representative (Designated)
Demetria Leonard - Community Member (Elected)
Suzanna Mallow - Event Services, Salisbury University, Professional Musician (Elected)
Ron Pagano - Community Member (Elected)
Sandy Pierson - Wor-Wic Community College (Designated)
Tracy Sahler (Vice Chair) - Public Information Officer, Wicomico County Board of Education Representative (Designated)
Mark Thompson - Mentoring and Community Services Coordinator Board of Education of Wicomico County (Elected)
George Whitehead, Ph.D. (Chair) - Community Member - Emeritus Professor, Salisbury University / Salisbury's Promise / Hometown Heroes (Elected)
Please address PAC 14 Board of Director questions / comments to Tom Taylor, Executive Director.
Meetings are scheduled for the Second Wednesday of each Month at 4:00 PM in the E.S. Regional GIS Cooperative Bldg., 1248 South Division Street (the corner of Eastern Shore Drive & Power Street); unless an alternate date, time and/or location is noted.
(The committee plans to meet at the end of July, October, January and April)