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Patricia Piroh is the Director of Production and Technology, Broadcast and Media Operations.
Until March 2019, she was the Associate Director of Broadcast and Media Operations. Prior to that, she was producer for the Department of Broadcasting at Montclair State University. She co-produced a documentary, A Ripple in the Water: Healing Through Art, which was in over 10 international and national film festivals, and has aired on PBS across the U.S. For eighteen years she has been the series producer for Carpe Diem, an award-winning magazine format program that airs throughout New Jersey, producing over 500 half hour programs. She was also the coordinating producer for programming appearing on NJN Public Television, including two health series: Tomorrow's Medicine Today and Take Care with Dr. Max Gomez. She's produced a series of vignettes about artists entitled: Italy: A Sense of Place, and Your Worst Nightmare, a video about violence in high schools.
Her production credits range from news to sports to daytime drama and include the 2008 election coverage and Democratic National Convention for NBC News, the 2004 Republican National Convention for NBC News, the 1998 XVIII Winter Olympic Games for CBS Sports and the New York City Marathons 1987-1991 with ABC Sports. Piroh has an MA in Communication Arts and also has 18 years of teaching experience.
Her work has been recognized by the South African International Film Festival, Cinema Verite Film Festival, GirlFest Hawaii, Global Peace Film Festival, U.S. International Film and Video Festival, Telly Awards, IABC Gold Quill Awards, CAPE Award for Best Educational Series, and APEX Grand Award of Excellence.