David Fogarty - President & Chief Executive Officer
David Fogarty is the President/CEO of Public Media Connect, Inc., the regional corporation formed in May 2009 as a partnership of CET (Greater Cincinnati Television Educational Foundation) and ThinkTV (Greater Dayton Public Television). He is president of the PMC, CET and ThinkTV corporations.
Prior to his current position, David was President/CEO of ThinkTV, appointed to that position in 1993. David joined Greater Dayton Public Television in 1988 as Station Manager/Director of Broadcasting and Telecommunications.
David began his work in public media as the Manager of Broadcast Projects and Senior Producer at Twin Cities Public Television, St. Paul-Minneapolis, Minnesota. His background includes work as an international communications consultant in South America and duties with the United States Peace Corps in Colombia. He has taught at the University of Minnesota and lectured at a number of colleges. David began his professional career with ABC News, New York in national documentary production.
David has served on a number of non-profit and community boards of cultural, educational and human service organizations and agencies. He is President of the Ohio Educational Television Stations, Inc. (OETS), past President of the Ohio Alliance for Public Telecommunications and is currently on the Board of Directors of the National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA).
David is married to Kathleen B. Watters, Ph.D., Associate Professor and former Chair of the Department of Communication at the University of Dayton.
Lee Weinel - Chief Financial Officer
Lee joined PMC in January 2015. Prior to joining PMC he spend 26 years in Public Accounting, specializing in financial systems and accounting practices of non-profit organizations. He is responsible for overseeing the financial operations at PMC, including human resources and technology.
Kitty Lensman - Chief Operating Officer
Kitty has worked in public media for over 30 years. Over the course of her career she has held positions at (4) PBS major market affiliates. Currently COO and Senior Market Manager of ThinkTV, her responsibilities include managing the Dayton Station operations and business affairs, PMC Production efforts, New Business Development and PMC Communications. Kitty is a graduate of San Diego State University’s Film School with a minor in Business Management.
Sue Ellen Stuebing - V.P. and Chief Development Officer
Sue Ellen Stuebing has over 30 years of experience, with the majority being in the non-profit management area. Sue Ellen came to CET in December 2006 to develop Major and Planned Giving. Since 2009 she has managed the Development and Corporate Support Departments of both CET and ThinkTV. Sue Ellen has served on the PBS Development Advisory Council and has been a Board Member of The Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council since 2009. She also serves on the PBS Planned Giving Advisory Council.
Gloria Skurski – Chief Content Officer
Gloria has more than 30 years’ experience in broadcasting and non-profit management. Now in her 20th year at ThinkTV, Gloria serves as Chief Content Officer, overseeing Educational Services, Community Engagement initiatives and Programming. Prior to working at ThinkTV, she worked at CBS News in New York. Gloria holds a B.A. from the University of Chicago and an M.A. from the University of California at Berkley.
Jim Wiener- Chief Programming Officer
Jim has worked in public media for more than 35 years. He served 17 years for WQED, first as a statehouse producer/reporter in Harrisburg, then as Operations Manager and later Programmer for WQEX, Pittsburgh’s second channel. He came to Dayton in 1997 as Program Manager of WPTD & WPTO, then took on programming duties at CET with the merger. Jim is currently serving his second term as PTPA board member (Public Television Programmers Association), and has served on advisory panels for ITVS and the P.O.V. independent film series. Jim is a graduate of Ohio University and has done graduate work in media at the University of Akron.