The Board of Directors of Citizen Media, Inc., the non-profit publisher of The Greylock Independent, includes:
- Bill Densmore, Williamstown, president and director of Citizen Media Inc. Bill is a consulting fellow to the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri and board member of Journalism That Matters, a national nonprofit, and founder of the Information Trust Exchange Governing Association. He is a former copublisher of The Advocate (1983-1992).
- Harry M. Montgomery, Williamstown, treasurer and director of Citizen Media, Inc., and contributor to The Greylock Independent. Harry is a retired Foreign Service Officer, and has been a Williamstown resident for 15 years. His career mainly dealt with economic issues in the Americas, multilateral organizations (UN, NATO), and the Middle East. Family ties to Williamstown include his own Williams College degree.
- Brian D. Handspicker, Williamstown, secretary/lerk and director of Citizen Media, Inc. A former Fortune 500 executive, Brian is an international internet product and technical software consultant. He works with strategic alliances and industry consortia and standards to create new markets and market opportunities for innovative products. Brian is a North Adams area arts curator, and officer in local and state service organizations.
The bylaws of Citizen Media Inc. provide for the board to designate contributing “members” who annually meet to elect the Board of Directors. Members include:
- Judith Grinnell, North Adams
- Patricia Wilk, Williamstown
- Keith Bona, North Adams
EDITOR EMERITUS, 2014-2016
- Tela C. Zasloff, Williamstown, emeritus Editor of The Greylock Independent. Tela is an author, writer, editor and English professor, raising her family in both Pittsburgh and Williamstown. Her books include A Rescuer’s Story: Pastor Pierre Charles Toureille in Vichy France; Restoring Vision. An Ethical Perspective on Doctors Curing Blindness Around the World; and The Horsehead Nebula, A Memoir.
EDITOR, 2013-2014 — J. Alexander Brooks
- Tom B. Leamon, Williamstown. Tom is an engineer and researcher in public health. He has held senior positions in both academia and industry and has been recognized for his contributions to the reduction of occupational injury in both developed and developing countries.
- Anne C. O’Connor, Williamstown. Anne is a Williamstown native and Williams College alum who has built a career as an editor and translator specializing in art history. After living for a number of years in France and Germany, she moved back to Williamstown in 2012 with her young daughter. Since 2013, she has also been training to be an Iyengar yoga instructor.
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