Western Reserve Public Media
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Trina CutterCanton Resident Trina Cutter, President and CEO of Western Reserve Public Media, Named to State Committee

KENT, Ohio — March 16, 2018 — Western Reserve Public Media is proud to announce that President and CEO Trina Cutter has been appointed as a voting board member to the Ohio Women Veterans Advisory Committee. Cutter will represent District 3, which includes 19 Northeast Ohio counties, on the 11-member board. In all, there are six at-large and five district representatives.

Ohio Department of Veteran Services Director Chip Tansil (U.S. Army, retired) selected Cutter for the two-year term on the committee, which identifies and assesses the needs of Ohio’s women veterans and assists the ODVS in providing information to women veterans about benefits, entitlements, education, employment and training. The committee recommends and plans events to advance professional development, camaraderie and the positive image of Ohio’s 67,000 women veterans.

A resident of Canton, Cutter served more than four years in the U.S. Air Force. “I am the CEO I am today because of my military service and being a part of the 607th Air Control Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona,” she said. “It is both an honor and privilege to be asked to serve on the Ohio Women Veterans Advisory Committee and I look forward to being an advocate and ambassador for Ohio women veterans.”


About Western Reserve Public Media
Western Reserve Public Media is the business name of Northeastern Educational Television of Ohio, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.

A trusted community resource, Western Reserve Public Media uses the power of commercial-free television and related services to enrich the lives of people through high-quality programming and educational services that teach, illuminate and inspire. It serves the largest population of Ohio’s eight PBS member stations.

Western Reserve PBS (WNEO 45.1/WEAO 49.1), a service of the organization, is the only broadcast television service that reaches all of Northeast Ohio. It is available to 5.13 million people in the Cleveland and Youngstown designated market areas. In an average month, more than 1 million people tune in. The organization also operates two standard definition channels: Fusion (WNEO 45.2/WEAO 49.2) and MHz Worldview (WNEO 45.3/WEAO 49.3).

Our Educational Services Department provides technology training and educational content to over 24,000 educators and over 300,000 K-12 students, plus Ready To Learn Services to over 100,000 preschool children’s parents and child-care providers.

For more information about the organization, visit www.WesternReservePublicMedia.org or call 1-800-554-4549.

 

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