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WSHU Public Radio Board of Visitors

WSHU Public Radio is owned and operated by Sacred Heart University, Fairfield CT. The Trustees of Sacred Heart University have oversight and fiduciary responsibility for WSHU.

Editorially, WSHU operates independently and maintains a strict firewall between Sacred Heart University administration and our News and Talk Operations. For this reason WSHU is responsible for covering its operational costs through its own fundraising efforts. To support WSHU’s General Manager in carrying out the strategic vision and tactical measures of the station, WSHU has established a Board of Visitors. This Board is an advisory board and does not carry fiduciary responsibilities.

Board members are selected on the basis of their individual interests, diverse perspectives, special expertise, vision and dedication to the advancement of the station. Members serve a 3-year term.

2023-24 Members of the WSHU Board of Visitors:

• Karen Sallick, Chair
• Richard Ferguson, Co Vice-Chair
• Greg Von der Ahe, Co Vice-Chair
• Stephanie Branta
• Jenny Carrillo
• Stephen Corman
• Katherine Kennedy
• Jim Morley
• Doug Stone
• Andy Pforzheimer
• Fred Busk, Chairperson Emeritus
• Kathy Koslow, Chairperson Emeritus
• Irene Virag

Fiscal Year 2024 WSHU Board of Visitors Meetings:

All meetings of the WSHU Board of Visitors are held via Zoom at 5 p.m. Please contact Laura Ballou (lballou@wshu.org) for details on how to participate.

  • Wednesday, October 11
  • Wednesday, January 17
  • Wednesday, May 15

Any member of the public may attend for the purpose of observing the meeting. Members of the public are not required to register their names as a condition of attendance. Visitors may attend the meeting as observers only. They may not speak out or otherwise attempt to participate in or to interrupt or delay the meeting.