FPAC Annual Meeting 2017 Slate of Nominations
The following individuals are candidates for the Framingham Public Access Corporation Board of Directors:
Phil Reimann, President (2nd Term)
A Framingham resident since 1987, Phil currently consults in sales/marketing management for software companies that address the security issues involved in complex corporate financial systems. For thirty-five years, Phil worked in financial software and channel sales for a variety of companies including McCormack Dodge, Digital, and Peoplesoft. An active Rotarian, he recently served as Framingham Rotary president from 2013-2014. He is also a court-approved mediator in the Middlesex District Court system for a small claim, divorce, and commercial disputes. Phil has been a member of the Framingham Technical Advisory Committee since 2011. Phil brings his vast business experience and track record of community involvement to Framingham Access with a sincere desire to help the organization achieve its goals.
Audrey Hall (2nd Term)
Audrey Hall is a Marketing Communications Consultant who advises businesses and municipalities on gaining public and consumer support for critical initiatives by building public trust through strategic communications and service delivery. Audrey has been in communications management most of her career and has worked for a variety of companies including WICN Public Radio, Cablevision Systems Corp., Continental Cablevision, American Cablesystems, Telecommunications, Inc., B&B Advertising and WIVB-TV. She has also produced and hosted a talk show for 15 years. A resident of Framingham since 1993, Audrey is a five term town meeting member. She has served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on Ways and Means for 14 years and also served three consecutive terms as President of the Townwide PTO. She believes in public participation and the preservation and utilization of information sharing vehicles, which is why she values and continues to contribute her expertise to public access television.
Carol Lach (1st Term)
Carol started as a Middle School Math and Science teacher over 40 years ago, then worked in laboratories, received a Ph.D., and pursued cancer research for ten years. Subsequently, she wandered into businesses large and small, then returned to teaching technology in elementary school followed by ten years in the Massachusetts Department of Education.
Since her retirement, she has published two novels, “Heroines of the Kitchen Table”, and “Gym Class Klutz” Under the pen name of Carol Lynn Luck. She co-hosts “Novel Ideas: Chats with Local Authors” together with Josh Brogadir at Acces Framingham TV. As President of MAGE, she works to provide support for gifted and talented students and their parents across the state.