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Bethlehem, PA. – September 16, 2019 – On September 11, 2019, Art Troccoli was named CFO of the Year Nonprofit (Small) by Lehigh Valley Business. This ceremony, held at DeSales University, honored financial executives who contribute to the success of the Lehigh Valley’s economic growth and stability.
“We are so fortunate to have Art on our team,” Tim Fallon, Chief Executive Officer of PBS39 said. “His leadership and experience are invaluable. Both team members and stakeholders have a tremendous amount of respect for him. ”
Troccoli holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and an MBA in finance from Monmouth University. He began his career with American Express and has since served in a variety of leadership roles with Marsh, AIG, Corporate Synergies Group and Roster Financial. Since joining PBS39 in 2017, Troccoli has played an integral role in ushering the organization into a new era.
“It is an honor to be recognized by my peers as one of the region’s top financial professionals,” Troccoli said. “PBS39 has grown tremendously during my time here. I am optimistic about the future and excited to continue the important work that we are doing in our community.”
PBS39 acts as the catalyst to promote civic engagement, and to fulfill the regional needs of the Greater Lehigh Valley through its dynamic communication platforms and resources. PBS39 Reporter Corps® journalists are embedded in the ten counties that make up the Greater Lehigh Valley. The PBS39 Reporter Corps creates community-focused content for PBS39 News Tonight and for the PBS39 digital platform. PBS39 and the United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley are partnering to fund and fulfill the regional literacy initiative Lehigh Valley Reads. This campaign is working to ensure all Lehigh Valley students read on grade level by the end of third grade by 2025. Battling Opioids: A Project of Pennsylvania Public Media is a collaborative, multi-media, effort undertaken by all seven PA Public Media stations. This initiative uses public media’s combined resources of TV, radio, online, social, digital, and community outreach events for one common good – to save lives. PBS39, part of Greater Lehigh Valley Public Media, is a community-owned public media station serving eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. PBS39 is licensed in Allentown to the Lehigh Valley Public Telecommunications Corporation. For more information, visit PBS39.org.
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Public Relations/Promotions Manager, PBS39