GCTV Board of Directors

Garry Longe - President

Starting his career in 1975, Garry has been involved in supporting multiple Cable Access organizations. Retired from GCC in 2018 after 42 years, as an Educational Technology Specialist with extensive experience in developing and producing all forms of media and designing presentation and production facilities.

Michael Muller - Clerk

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. He was on the MCTV board for 20 years

Frances Rahaim

Frances, author of “Debt or Alive”, and “ Retire Debt & Retire Well” has devoted more than 30 years to educating clients about money, and how to improve their relationship with it. A Registered Investment Advisor or Independent Broker since age 23 Dr. Rahaim is the president and founder of HUG Your Money™ a Patented Financial Wellness as a service platform.

Jules Jones

A queer disabled artist living and working in Franklin County, MA. They studied painting and drawing at GCC and continued at UMass completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Arts in 2016. They remained in the area and have exhibited work throughout the Pioneer valley, the Berkshires, Hudson and Brooklyn NY. Jules is interested in community arts programming and holds arts workshops throughout the valley.

Travis Roy

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.

Susan Maiorana

Susan began as a filmmaker in 1997 when she took video classes at GCC. Her work landed her at the San Francisco Art Institute where she studied film and photography. She stayed in CA for 20 years, working on small indie films and then full-time as a Director and Editor at a production company called Fridays. She is back in MA and developing an documentary series called Good Ol' Greenfield

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 5:30 PM. GCTV members and the public are welcome to attend. Currently the Board is meeting via Zoom. To join us, please reach out by emailing info@gctv.org.

GCTV Official Documents