Ruby Calvert

Director since 2008. Ruby Calvert is General Manager for Wyoming PBS, a full-service PBS station that covers approximately 85% of Wyoming, with 23 full-time employees.  In her capacity as GM, she is also the President of the Wyoming PBS Foundation, which manages all fundraising for Wyoming PBS.  She has been at the station since its inception in 1983, serving as the Director of Programming for 23 years, and supervising Production, Promotion & Education Services at various times during her tenure.  In 1990, she led the production team in producing the signature series “Main Street, Wyoming,” which now has a library of over 200 programs.  She directly supervised Teacherline services for 6 years, and Ready To Learn, which continues. Ms. Calvert is a former member and Board Chair of the Wyoming State Board of Education (2000 – 2006), and also former member and Board Chair of the Riverton Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees (1999-2004).  She served one year on the NETA Education Council, and two years on the Teacherline Station Advisory Council.  Currently she serves on the Executive Committee for the University Licensee Association, is Secretary for the PMN Executive Council, and is also a member of the Small Station Association.  She was selected to participate in “Leadership Wyoming” in 2005, is currently on the Community Resource Board for the Wyoming Job Corps, Co-Chair for the Wyoming PBS Advisory Council, Secretary for both Riverton Rotary and Riverton Rotary Foundation.  She also serves on Sen. Mike Enzi’s Academy Appointment Committee for Wyoming, the State of Wyoming Boy Scout Council, and was recently appointed to serve on the Advisory Board of the Wyoming Land Trust.    Ms. Calvert has her B.A. in English, Secondary Education from the University of Wyoming and has nearly completed an M.A. degree in Public Administration, from UW. She is Chair of the Interconnection Committee and serves on the Station Services, National Policy Advisory, and Diversity Advisory committees. She previously served as Vice Chair of the Interconnection Committee.



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