PBS Reno Vice President of Development Recognized by NCET
RENO, NV (Mar 11, 2020) – PBS Reno Vice President of Development Peter Stanton has been named NCET’s 2020 Rising Star of the Year for Creative Services. This award is presented to a practitioner of creative services in fields such as marketing, public relations, and content creation. The awardee also demonstrates leadership and innovation in his or her field, and was born after 1990.
“We are very happy to see Peter recognized, as he certainly is an “up and comer” in our industry, in our community and at PBS Reno,” said Kurt Mische, PBS Reno President and CEO. “His work and focus as a member of our leadership team exemplifies how PBS Reno reaches out to our diverse audiences in our service area.”
Stanton came to PBS Reno in 2018 and has played a critical role in the station’s rebranding campaign in the Fall of 2019, guiding the PBS affiliate toward successful membership campaigns, donor services and other community events.
“I am honored to receive this award and see it as a reflection of the great work our team at PBS Reno does,” said Stanton. “I’m grateful to learn from and lead such a wonderful team. This award is also a reminder that Reno/Tahoe is full of opportunities, and I’m thankful for Kurt and other leaders who have given me the opportunity to grow and take on new challenges.”
Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) is Northern Nevada’s largest educational and networking organization and is a member-supported 501(c)(3) Nevada nonprofit that produces programs and events to help people explore business and technology. More information available at www.ncet.org
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