controlroomwebWendy Blom | Executive Director | 
Wendy Blom came to SCATV as Executive Director in 2004, after working at access centers in Lowell (LTC) and Boston (BNN).  She has an MA in Mass Communications from Emerson College, and an MA in Theater and Dance from the University of Colorado. Wendy enjoys skiing, hiking, travel, and learning to play the electric base guitar. She is married with two adult children.

250211_10151226178272146_609357785_nErica Jones | Programming & Outreach Coordinator |
A native to Upstate NY, Erica has created a home here in the ‘Ville and has grown extremely enthusiastic with her work at SCATV. Studying and producing media is a passion of hers, and since beginning her career in 2009 with public access TV she has developed a better understanding of grassroots, community media and its significant role in our technologically-driven society. She believes through the use of media, social change can take place, which can offer a glimpse into the injustices and uniqueness of many communities.

canonMSwebGordon Nelson | Membership and Youth Media Coordinator, and Radio Manager |
Gordon Nelson is an artist, curator and teacher who specializes in filmmaking. His films have been screened at MoMA (NYC), Anthology Film Archives, the Andy Warhol Museum and Boston’s ICA. Before joining the team at Somerville Community Access TV, he taught film and video production at Pittsburgh Filmmakers and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

IMG_1603Miguel Rivas | Production Coordinator |
Miguel Rivas has twenty years of  video production and broadcast TV experience. He has worked at Higher Dreams Productions in Boston, WFXT Fox 25, WUNI Univision, Radio Television Dominicana, and Access Framingham. Miguel grew up and attended college in the Dominican Republic. He is looking forward to using his Spanish language skills to help Somerville’s Latino community use SCATV’s facilities, and to helping SCATV members improve the quality of their productions.

Jane350Jane Regan | News Director |
An investigative journalist and filmmaker, Jane Regan has lived and worked in Haiti for most of the past two decades. Her work has been featured by the Miami Herald, Associated Press Television News, PBS, BBC, Inter Press Service and numerous other outlets. Over the past three decades, Regan has also produced or co-produced three award-winning documentaries. A contributor to several books, she has taught investigative journalism and other courses at three universities and has co-founded and served as editor/coordinator for three newsrooms, one in Somerville, Massachusetts, and two in Haiti, most recently Haiti Grassroots Watch, which watchdogs post-earthquake reconstruction.