Garry Longe is President of the Board of GCTV.
Drew is Vice-President of the Board of GCTV
Alyssa Arnell is Secretary of the Board of GCTV.
George Gohl is Treasurer of the Board of GCTV.
Jules Jones is a queer disabled artist living and working in Franklin County, MA. They studied painting and drawing at Greenfield Community College where they received their Associates degree in Fine Arts in 2014. They continued onto UMass Amherst to complete their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts in 2016, incorporating printmaking into their artistic practice. After graduating they remained in the area to work from their studio and show locally. They have exhibited work throughout the Pioneer valley, the Berkshires, Hudson NY, and Brooklyn NY. Jules is interested in community arts programming and has held art workshops in collage and painting throughout the valley. They are interested in art curation for GCTV and expanding their art practice past just two-dimensional art.
Aaron has been director of communications for the City of Greenfield since February 2022. He is a former journalist who has worked for CBS Radio and other media outlets. He has also served in communications roles in higher education and for AAA.
Michael “Mik” Muller was elected to the GCTV Board in 2021. Michael comes to the board with a great deal of experience in local media and community building, having been on the Montague Community TV board for twenty years and before that running his own public access TV show for two years while living in NYC. Mik is a community builder who has created numerous events in town, including Mutton & Mead, the Montague and Greenfield Soapbox Races, and a series of local community websites, including MontagueMA.net.
Travis is an IT Manager with Umass Amherst. His interests include music production and audio engineering. Travis produced the live music Valley Homegrown for a number of years and he enjoys supporting the Arts within the northern Pioneer Valley community.
Otis Wheeler lives in Cheapside, where he likes to watch movies, take pictures, and read about the history of this forgotten part of town. He’s the station manager of BNCTV and Falls Cable, a former city councilor, and he got his start in the industry at GCTV. He also enjoys kayaking and racquetball.
Interested in Joining the Board?
If you’ve ever thought about playing a bigger role at GCTV this may be the right opportunity for you. We love having passionate, involved, board members contributing to the overall vision at our station. GCTV welcomes new board members during the annual meeting which takes place in January. If this interests you, contact us.
Meetings of the Board
Board meetings are on the last Tuesday of each month at 5pm. GCTV members and the public are welcome to attend. Currently the Board is meeting via Zoom. To join us, please reach out for for the link by emailing email@example.com.