PAMELA MCCLANAHAN, Director of Partnership Development
651- 229- 1385 | Email: email@example.com
Pamela has over twenty-five years experience managing mission-driven, regional nonprofit partnerships and content strategies, and is thrilled to bring this experience to her work as director of partnership development of Minnesota Productions and Partnerships (MPP) for TPT – Twin Cities PBS. She will serve TPT’’s partners in nonprofit and public service organizations across all sectors to lift up important issues in our communities through a wide range of media and broadcast projects produced by the deeply committed, award-winning team at MPP.
Prior to joining TPT, Pamela was publisher of the Minnesota Historical Society Press (MNHS Press) and director of content strategy and publishing at the MNHS, where she worked closely with authors and partners to tell stories important to the diverse peoples of the upper Midwest.
TOM TROW, Director of Partnership Development
Tel. 612-721-2127 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Trow has served as Director of Partnership Development for over 100 broadcast productions created by tpt in partnership with local nonprofits, public agencies and educational institutions, 14 of which were Emmy® nominees and three are Emmy® recipients.
Prior to joining tpt, Tom held a number of leadership roles in the educational and nonprofit sector. He served for two decades as the Director of Community and Cultural Affairs in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota, forming partnerships among area organizations and public institutions. He has served on the Board of Directors of a dozen arts and humanities nonprofits, and was a founding director of four of them. Previously, he was the Field Director for the Minnesota Historical Society’s Statewide Archeological Survey, and as a graduate student he was an instructor for the University of Minnesota’s Department of Botany
DANIEL PIERCE BERGIN, SENIOR PRODUCER & PARTNERSHIP MANAGER
Tel. 651-229-1425 | Email: email@example.com
For over 20 years, Daniel Pierce Bergin has been creating media that engages, informs, and inspires. In work like North Star: Minnesota’s Black Pioneers, Homeless Youth: Finding Home, and Lowertown: The Rise of an Urban Village, his storytelling often fuses diverse perspectives, history, and the power of place.