PBS Reno Promotes Glenn to Vice President of Development
RENO, NV (Oct. 4, 2021) – PBS Reno has promoted Emma Glenn to Vice President of Development. Glenn will oversee PBS Reno’s critical fundraising needs and lead a diverse and talented team of community partnership executives, development officers, and membership representatives to meet PBS Reno’s fundraising goals. Glenn most recently headed the station’s largest fundraiser, the Spotlight Awards and Auction, which resulted in $175,000 for the station’s educational outreach and local productions.
“I am thrilled to move into this new role with PBS Reno as the Vice President of Development and further support and expand PBS Reno's mission and vision,” said Glenn. “The opportunity to work alongside such a talented, driven and creative team in this larger capacity is an honor. I am looking forward to working with the community and increasing support for PBS Reno's educational outreach in classrooms across northern Nevada and our award-winning local productions.”
Glenn joined PBS Reno as Grant Coordinator in 2018 and was promoted to Development Officer in early 2021. Her background in fundraising spans nearly 12 years, having worked in the education sector and with the Nevada Cancer Coalition. In 2010, she graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno, where she majored in Fine Arts and Literature.
“Emma’s performance in her time with PBS Reno have earned her this opportunity,” said Mark Herron, Chair of the PBS Reno Board of Trustees. “Our donors and supporters, as well as our staff, will benefit from her knowledge, skill and leadership.”
PBS Reno is an independent and community-owned public television that is primarily funded by the audiences it serves, by means of both in-person outreach in local classrooms and on-the-air with local productions that bring stories of the region to its viewers. The station’s revenue is 76% community-funded, whether that’s individual donations, sustaining monthly contributions, or donations from local organizations committed to education and storytelling.
About PBS Reno
As of November 2020, PBS Reno is watched by more than 124,000 people and more than 85,000 households weekly in northern and central Nevada and northeastern California, with viewership on multicast channels Reno Create and PBS KIDS Reno. PBS Reno channels are also available on cable, satellite services, and via livestream on YouTube TV. PBS Reno provides PBS national programming and award-winning, locally-produced content. PBSReno.org provides engaging interactive content, including the video portal at watch.PBSReno.org that streams all locally-produced content and most PBS national content. PBS Reno serves students, teachers, parents and caregivers through immersive educational services including Ready To Learn Workshops that bring classroom lessons to life. Through the support of local corporations and foundations, as well as individual members, PBS Reno has been delivering public television and educational services to the communities it serves since 1983.