Please be advised that there will NOT be an election for either the Listener or Staff categories for the WPFW Local Station Board in 2015.
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M E M O R A N D U M TO: All Interested Parties FROM: L. Joy Williams, National Election Supervisor DATE: September 22, 2015 RE: Election Calendar Updated As previously noted in my last update “Mailing of the Election Materials Delayed”, the ballot mailing for the upcoming Local Station Board Elections was delayed due
Please find below a memo from the WPFW Local Election Supervisor David Levine on the confirmed candidates for the 2015 WBAI Local Station Board election. Click here to view a list of the confirmed WPFW candidates. Click here to read the candidate statements of the confirmed WPFW candidates.
The list below is the preliminary total number of voters at each Pacifica station. The list will now be “cleaned” of duplicates, removal of station management from staff lists and ran through a National Change of Address (NCOA) system. A final report on the station membership report will be published after this process is complete.
My name is Louis Wolf. I moved to Washington in 1977 and when I heard on the street that some people were just launching a progressive FM radio station centered around ‘Jazz and Justice’, I decided to work in any way possible, initially by helping plaster and paint the first two-room office on Vermont Avenue
My name is Sabooh Hikim and I am running for a seat on the LSB. I came to Washington, DC in the late 80’s and several years later started listening to WPFW’s Caribbean show. I became a member 15 years ago. A volunteer at the station who is familiar with my work in the neighborhood
My name is Nancy Sorden. I came to DC 1974 for graduate school in Cell Biology and Biochemistry. Since 1977, I’ve listened to the voice of WPFW – Pacifica’s mission in DC to be the voice of the voiceless – speaking truth to power and promoting jazz and justice, and started supporting the station about
Tony Leon is an Afro Latino native Washingtonian. Like many of my peers, I grew up during the 60’s and 70’s on commercial radio and television. Reading the common textbooks and talking the common talk. However, my instincts always told me that something wasn’t quite right in this city. I joined the military in the
My Name is Jim Brown, a returning Staff member to the WPFW LSB. Our station seems to be actively improving it’s relationship with the Washington, DC metro communities. With over 40 years of broadcast media experience in radio, television and film, and working with many local community organizations, I will work the very small WPFW