Scott MercerExecutive Director
Scott Mercer joins Access Framingham as the executive director after working at Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) as the production coordinator for Around Town and Host/Producer for Boston Profiles, while overseeing special projects.
Prior to BNN, Mercer worked at several commercial media outlets in the television industry including CBS-affiliate WBZ-TV4Boston, The Christian Science Monitor’s International Cable Channel – The Monitor Channel, Black Entertainment Television (BET), New England Cable News (NECN), WQTV-68 and UPN-TV38.
Mercer has anchored, hosted, reported and produced sports, news, public affairs, consumer, music and business programming. Mercer is a New England Emmy Award winner and Alliance for Community Media Award multi-winner as host and producer. He currently lives in Boston with his wife and two sons.
Shavarsh MorrisseyStudio Operations Coordinator
Shavarsh joined Access Framingham Television (AFTV) in December 2015 from Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN) Television where he worked as a field camera operator for BNN's Game of the Week, Rocks N Splash, Mayor's Gardening Contest, Boston Neighborhood Basketball League (BNBL) playoffs and championship games and Around Town.
Jared GreenbergProgramming Manager/Production Associate
Jared began his work in television production at Framingham High School. He gained experience in FHS-TV as a Flyer News segment producer and go-to cameraman for sports and various school events. After graduating from Framingham High School in 2013, Jared expanded his work in the field with camera operating and video editing for J.T. Haffey Builders, a local construction company. Other jobs include camera work for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and Chaotic Wrestling, an independent professional wrestling company.
At Access Framingham, Jared serves as the programming manager and studio assistant. Jared looks forward to his future in the field of television production.
Michael Z. GoodmanEducation Access Manager
Michael Z. Goodman started his TV career with degrees from Emerson College and Springfield Technical. He comes to Access Framingham after a 16 year stint with Tribune Television as Regional Director of Engineering for the Pacific Northwest and 3 years teaching TV production at Emerson College.
Corrinne PalmerEducation Production Specialist
Corrinne is a Gordon College graduate who majored in Communications and Film Production. She gained experience in developing scripts, graphic design, and video production while interning with MAS Production and Organomation. She has also worked with Rutland Cable TV where she produced government meetings, live town and school events prior to coming to Access Framingham. She currently lives in Rutland with her family and two cats.