Vermont PBS today announced the addition of three business and community leaders to its Board of Directors. “We welcome the addition of these three outstanding Board members- individuals that bring not only strong, respected professional knowledge to our leadership, but also different geographic locations and backgrounds,” said Holly Groschner, President and CEO of Vermont PBS. “Their expertise in technology, finance and labor relations help position us for success as we continue our work on strategic planning and connecting to Vermonters in a complex technological landscape.”
Marguerite Dibble is the CEO of GameTheory, a company that uses game design to tackle real-world problems and create change. She founded the Burlington-based company while she was a junior in college, and has grown it into a team of designers, developers, and strategists that use gaming to solve economic, educational, and social problems. Dibble is a native Vermonter and resident of Landgrove.
Peter Graham was the Chairman of the Board of Seventh Generation for 17 years until recently when the Company was sold to Unilever. Today Graham is a private investor, drawing on his years of experience in the investment banking industry, and extensive knowledge of finance and capital markets. Graham serves on the Board of the Shelburne Museum, and recently completed service on Seventh Generation’s Foundation Board after a five year term. He also serves as a Trustee for the Richenthal Foundation, a private family foundation which supports live theatre companies and the arts.
Elizabeth Rattigan is a Director and Chair of the Labor & Employment Practice Group at Downs, Rachlin & Martin, where her practice is focused in the areas of employment and labor law in Vermont and New Hampshire. Rattigan, who is from Woodstock, is a member of the Partners in Community Wellness (formerly Board of Overseers) of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. She serves on the Board of the Pentangle Arts Council in Woodstock, VT, and is a member of the Community Impact Committee of Granite United Way.
Vermont PBS is Vermont’s statewide public media provider and visual storyteller, with a commitment to cultural enrichment and civic engagement. More information is available at vermontpbs.org.