My home base as an independent producer is Athol Orange Community Television, locally known as AOTV. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors, I love creating programming that reflects the topics I care about. Recently, AOTV was awarded it's first grant to establish the North Quabbin Center for Oral History and Digital Storytelling. Thanks to the Athol Cultural Council, I now have tools to begin collecting the life stories of the women of our region. AOTV will house this collection of video oral history interviews and my plan is to grow the collection throughout our region. What should people know about me? They should know that I am passionate about giving voice to the unheard. Everyone has a story to tell. What are my hopes and dreams? My hope is that any woman in the North Quabbin region will donate her life story to our new Center. My dreams? Oh there are lots of those and not enough space here to tell. But keep watching my channels, and little by little you'll see my dreams become real.
- World View Women - My home on the web