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LeeJenkinsLee Jenkins is an award-winning news, documentary, and film photographer. He has spent 17 years telling people’s stories, both nationally and internationally, including assignments in Moscow, Amsterdam, Rome and Paris. Jenkins traveled to Haiti in 2010 to film the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake. The subsequent documentary “Humanity in Bloom,” which originally aired on WFMZ TV in Allentown, PA won an Emmy for Best Documentary and was chosen to be shown at multiple film festivals. Jenkins also filmed and edited the documentary “Letters to Frieda,” about a daughter’s recollections of her family’s escape from Nazi Germany. “Letters to Frieda” was selected to be shown at The Toronto Film Festival. Jenkins has covered such national news stories as the September 11th attacks and the Boston bombings.

Before coming to Full Measure, Jenkins was a general assignment cameraman and editor for WUSA 9, in Washington, DC.

GinaJohnsonI have experience in almost every aspect of television news production, but my emphasis is on news writing, producing, and reporting. I currently work as the Executive Producer of 69 News at Sunrise at WFMZ-TV in Allentown, Pa. I am responsible for the entire four-hour show. I oversee the newscast, write the majority of the show, handle any breaking news situations, and line produce. I make sure we share things on social media. I also try to create new content for the program and help book segments. Overnight, I also handle assignment desk responsibilities and post to our website if necessary.

Before taking over our Sunrise newscast, I was the Senior producer and prior to that, a producer of the program. I also produced the 10pm newcast, and worked on our weekend 6pm newscast. Part of my weekend responsibilities included coming up with ideas and setting up stories for our reporters. I was also a web producer and handled the assignment desk.

Prior to WFMZ, I worked as a producer for the 11p.m. news at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pa.

I started working in television news in 2002 at WYLN-TV in Hazleton, Pa. I began working as a reporter during my freshman year of college. Many times, I worked as a one man band, and shot, edited, and wrote my own stories. Upon graduating college I was hired as the lead reporter, and also served as a fill-in anchor and weather person.

I also volunteer and belong to several media organizations. I serve as the Vice Chair of the Board of Governors for the National Broadcasting Society, and a board member for the NATAS Mid-Atlantic Chapter, and am a former IRTS Summer Fellow.

-Writing vos, vo/sots and packages
-Creating rundowns and new content for newscasts
-Posting to Social Media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
-Experienced on ENPS, Wincue and EZ News
-Editing skills on Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier Pro, and tape to tape
-Shoot video using various types of cameras
-Skilled in one-man-band reporting

GaryLicoGary Lico started GARYLICO.TV in November, 2013, rebranding the company from LILOLME.TV The prime directive is the exclusive global distribution of FORENSIC FILES (aka MEDICAL DETECTIVES), a program developed with Medstar Television. It is the first and longest running true crime series in television. A 40-year programming veteran, Lico served as President and CEO of CABLEready, founded in 1992 as the first company to represent existing libraries and develop original ideas for cable TV. Lico brought to cable such hit franchises as INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO, FORENSIC FILES, MONSTER QUEST and dozens more.

Prior to 1992, he held executive and sales positions at Columbia Pictures Television (now Sony Pictures Entertainment), Katz Communications, TVS Television and SFM Entertainment. Lico also hosted and produced A NEW DAY, a morning talk-show in Milwaukee, WI.

Lico is a sought after speaker, mentor and board member: past Vice President, CINE Board of Directors; past president and current board member, NBS/AERho; past RealScreen Summit Advisory Board; benefactor and adjunct at Syracuse University’s S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where he is also the Vice Chair of the School’s Advisory Board; benefactor to Central Michigan University’s School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts. A career-long member and contributor to NATPE, Mr. Lico spearheaded the NATPE Food Project for many years, is a past member of the NATPE Board of Directors and is a current trustee of the NATPE Educational Foundation.

Mr. Lico received his M.S. in TV/Radio/Film from Syracuse and his B.A.A. in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts from CMU. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, Annette Bergh.

KellyMackKelly Mack is a Public Affairs Specialist at the Administration for Community Living with U.S. Health & Human Services. She has more than 15 years’ communication experience. Previously, Kelly was a vice president with Environics Communications, an agency providing communications strategy and implementation for a variety of nonprofits, associations, and companies. She has worked on a variety of health issues, including aging and disability. Her work has included creating strategic communications plans, writing a variety of materials, media relations, managing digital platforms, and more.

Prior to Environics Communications, Kelly was a communications manager for the remodelers department at the National Association of Home Builders. Her work included promoting the Certified Aging in Place education designation for remodelers and the benefits for adapting homes for greater accessibility and easier independent living. Kelly also worked for the Child Welfare League of America and the Advocacy Institute earlier in her career.

Kelly earned a MA in Communications from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in Psychology from Bryn Mawr College. She is presently serving as Past President of Washington Women in Public Relations, a DC-area professional association for women communicators. In her spare time, Kelly contributes articles about living with rheumatoid arthritis for RheumatoidArthritis.net. You can find Kelly on Twitter @MsKellyM and on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/mskellym/.

AndreaMacRaeAndrea MacRae is responsible for developing and leading a group of recruiters in support of Viacom’s Campus to Career programs with an emphasis on development and full time conversion. As Director, she is responsible for driving a holistic strategy and day-to-day operations across Viacom’s national internship and post grad development programs. In these programs, students and recent grads are exposed to all levels of the company and experience an innovative, fast paced, creative environment with opportunities for professional development. This invaluable internship program led Andrea to her current career at Viacom. She has had the pleasure of working at Viacom for over 11 years in both Production and HR. (Andrea is a graduate of Millersville University and was NBS AERho 2004-2005 National Member of the Year.)

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