Speakers Bureau

The witf Speakers’ Bureau is a comprehensive list of witf staff members who are on hand for speaking engagements at meetings, classrooms, and other events, free of charge. With topics ranging from careers in the communications industry and public broadcasting to the changing role of the media in the arts, as well as jazz, journalism ethics, and many more—this group of committed professionals is at your service.

Whether the purpose of your event is to educate, to instruct, or simply to soothe a burning curiosity, click on the speaker’s names below for their specialties and biographical information.

Contact witf at (717) 704-3000 for more information.

WITF SPEAKERS

Kathleen Pavelko

Kathleen A. Pavelko
President, CEO
Topics: Public Broadcasting in Today's Media Environment; How Mission and the Marketplace Can Co-Exist; The Meaning of "Public" in Public Life; The Myth of Liberal Bias in the Media

Cary Burkett

Cary Burkett
Host, Classical Air
Topics: witf-FM 89.5, Classical Music, Theatre

Marie Cusick

Marie Cusick
Reporter, StateImpact Pennsylvania
Topics: Marcellus Shale, energy, state government, politics

Michael Greenwald

Michael Greenwald
Senior Advisor
Topics: Fundraising, History of witf and PBS

Scott LaMar

Scott LaMar
Host/Executive Producer Radio Smart Talk
Topics: Radio Smart Talk

Tim Lambert

Tim Lambert
Multimedia News Director/Reporter
Topics: Flight 93, witf-FM Programming, Broadcast Journalism, News Writing, and Dealing with Alzheimer's from a Family Perspective. Tim is a member of the Alzheimer's Association's Speaker's Bureau.

Michael Williams

Michael Williams
Interactive Services Project Manager
Topics: www.ExplorePAhistory.com Website
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