KLRU-TV, Austin PBS, has named new officers for its Board of Directors, along with 11 new Board members.
Austin Attorney Beryl P. Crowley has been elected KLRU Board Chair, replacing Trisa Thompson, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility at Dell Inc. Ms. Thompson remains on the KLRU Board and assumes leadership of the station’s Board of Trustees Emeritus. Also elected were Vice Chair Catherine Robb, of counsel with Sedgewick LLP, Attorneys at Law, and Secretary Margie Kintz, community volunteer and formerly head of the Intel Foundation.
Eleven individuals were elected to the KLRU Board.
- Oliver Bell , CEO of Oliver Bell, Inc. and Chairman of the Texas Board of Criminal Justice
- Laura Beuerlein, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Heritage Title
- Ken Cho, Co-founder and Chief Straetgy Officer, Spredfast
- Susie Dudley, Amelia Bullock Realtors
- Christine Mattsson, President, The Mattsson-McHale Foundation
- Rodney Gibbs, Founder and CEO, Ricochet Labs
- Tom Green, actor, investor, and philanthropist
- Michael D. Marin, Partner, Boulette and Golder, L.L.P.
- Bettye Nowlin, philanthropist and community volunteer
- Hector de Jesus Ruiz, CEO of Bull Ventures LLC and former CEO of AMD
- Bobbi Topfer, philanthropist and development professional
KLRU-TV, Austin PBS, reflects, celebrates and inspires Central Texas through creative excellence, community engagement and lifelong learning. In addition to providing locally produced and quality national television programming, KLRU is also a non-profit organization helping to build a stronger community through educational workshops, community engagement projects and public events. Known as the producing station of the longest-running live music television show AUSTIN CITY LIMITS, KLRU has also worked on several other national productions including the documentaries CITIZEN ARCHITECT and LAST BEST HOPE. Get more information about KLRU at klru.org