Sally Kane, CEO of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, speaking in Orland, ME 5/6/19

From the NFCB website:

“Sally Kane has worked in community media since 2002 but she got her start a couple decades before that when she volunteered at the community station her parents helped found. After college, Kane returned to rural life as a small business owner, community leader, and licensed maternal health care provider. She continued to volunteer for her local community station and went on to serve as Station Manager, General Manager, and eventually Executive Director. During her tenure, she led a successful capital campaign, started a local news department, expanded membership, and increased revenue. A trained facilitator and nonprofit management consultant, Kane joined NFCB as CEO in 2014. Her passion for excellent local media, compelling performance art, and meaningful service inspires her to work diligently to ensure that community stations are an integral part of the public media system and that they are essential institutions in the many communities they serve.”

She visited WERU-FM in early May 2019 and gave this talk at an event for the WERU community, held at the Alamoosook Inn.