Board of Directors
Voting board members
Greg Weston, University of Pittsburgh
Greg Weston is the General Manager of WPTS-FM at the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to his shift to college radio advising in 2004, Greg worked in commercial news/sports/talk radio, including stints as Program Director of radio stations in Pittsburgh, Pa. and Baton Rouge, La., and as Executive Producer of the Pittsburgh Steelers Radio Network. He is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he gained his first experience in college radio at WNUR-FM . Email Greg.
Term Expires – 12/1/2016
Herbert Dunmore, Loyola University Maryland
Herbert “Jay” Dunmore is the television operations manager at GreyComm Studios / WLOY-TV at Loyola University Maryland. As a videographer and video editor since the late 90’s, his passion has carried him through entertainment, government and commercial video production. As an educator, he has taught digital media and media theory on various levels from public school and University, to government and private sector. In his training classes, he has the unique ability to bridge the gap between the beginner and the seasoned professional to ensure that all students gain a thorough understanding of software, hardware and lessons taught. Email Herb.
Term Expires – 12/1/2015
Lisa Marshall, Muskingum University
Lisa Marshall is faculty station manager of WMCO, Orbit 90.7 FM at Muskingum University. She teaches media and communication courses in the Communication, Media, and Theatre Department. She has a Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University, an MA from Ohio University, and a BA from Muskingum University. Email Lisa.
Term Expires – 12/1/2016
Jamie Lynn Gilbert, North Carolina State University
Jamie Lynn is the assistant coordinator of student media at North Carolina State University, placing her in charge of student radio station WKNC. Before beginning her role at WKNC in May 2006 she spent nine years behind the microphone in public and commercial radio, earning two Broadcast Excellence Awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for her work at CMU Public Radio. In 2011, College Media Association named Jamie Lynn an Honor Roll 4-Year Broadcast Adviser. She was one of only seven advisers honored that year and one of only 13 broadcast advisers ever to be recognized by CMA. Beyond WKNC, Jamie Lynn serves student broadcasters in her role as secretary for College Broadcasters, Inc. Email Jamie Lynn.
Term Expires – 12/1/2014
Mark Maben, Seton Hall University
Mark Maben is general manager of WSOU-FM at Seton Hall University and a long-time broadcaster and educator. Mark’s broadcasting career began in the early 1980s and he has worn just about every hat there is in radio, including building and running a station from construction permit to full operation. Mark greatly enjoys teaching and mentoring students. Email Mark.
Term Expires – 12/01/2014
IT Content Director
Jessica Clary, SCAD Atlanta
Jessica Clary is assistant director of student media and adviser to SCAD Atlanta Radio at SCAD Atlanta. She previously advised SCAD Radio at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah. Both stations are online-only. In 2011, College Media Advisers recognized Clary as an Honor-Roll multi-media adviser for her work advising SCAD Atlanta Radio and the student newspaper, magazine and online publication at SCAD Atlanta. Email Jessica.
Term Expires – 12/01/2015
Connor Speilmaker, University of North Florida
Term Expires – 12/1/2014 *Students are elected to a one-year term.
Non-voting board members
Warren Kozireski, SUNY Brockport
Warren “Koz” Kozireski is the General Manager of student radio station WBSU and an instructor of Communication/Broadcasting at SUNY Brockport. He previously worked professionally in the Rochester, NY market with three different radio stations and with the Rochester Red Wings as a radio announcer and is still active as a free-lance sports writer. Email Koz.
CBI Executive Director
Will Robedee, Rice University
Will Robedee is the General Manager of KTRU, and Staff Adviser for Rice Television (RTV5) at Rice University in Houston. Will has been actively involved in radio since 1983, both commercially and non commercially, and has written articles for numerous trade publications. Will was also involved in the trenches; with respect to the webcasting rates and terms, including the negotiations which led to the current regulations. Contact Will.
Special CBI associates
Ed Arke, Messiah College
Steven Hames, Berry College