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Evelyn Mims, Mims Media Group
Board President

Rick Blalock, SNAG Enterprises

Katrina Bradbury, Salus Consulting 

Eli Dib Caiazzo, Telemundo 

Dodie Cantrell-Bickley, UGA 

               Grady College of Journalism 

Brent Clark, Scripps 

Darryl Cohen, Cohen, Cooper, Estep, & Allen

Barbara Gauthier, WTVM-TV 

Nyssa Green, The Green Room Agency 

Tracy Green, WANF-TV

Karyn Greer, WSB-TV

Donna Lowry, GPB

Eric Ludgood

Dacelys Martinez, Univision 

Aurea McGarry, Aurea McGarry Productions 

Kareem McMichael, Savannah State University

Vicki Montet, CNN Newsource

Dr. Henry Panion III

               University of Alabama at Birmingham 

Tracey Rogers, Tracey Rogers Media 

Sussy Ruiz, The Weather Channel en Espanol 

Alex Sanz, The Associated Press 

Sharleta Stamps, Communications Specialist:

               Media Strategy

Tai Takahashi, WJTV/WHLT


Each year the membership of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter elects new professionals on a rotating Board of Governors to represent the Southeast community. While best known for The EMMY® Awards and Silver Circle, which recognize outstanding achievements in our industry, NATAS Southeast represents an array of other exciting events available to our membership.


The Southeast Chapter is in search of people who are as passionate about media as they are about giving back to the professional community.


The Board of Governors is a working board, which simply put, means we work together collaboratively to ensure we are providing for the best interests of the membership.

Qualifications and Requirements of a Board of Governor


1. Must be a NATAS Southeast Member for a minimum of one year prior to election.
2. As a non-profit organization we will rely on your ability to tap into your talents and/or resources to bring educational programs, events and sponsors to NATAS Southeast.
3. Active committee participation prior to nomination is recommended.
4. Attend a minimum of one board meeting per month.
5. Board term lasts for two years.
6. Lead and/or judge at least one EMMY® Award category twice yearly.

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