[December 20, 2022]
Camp Hill, PA - PCN's President and CEO Debra Kohr Sheppard was recognized among City & State Pennsylvania's "2022 Impact 50," a distinction given to individuals who have gone above and beyond in their lives and careers to make the commonwealth a better place for their fellow Pennsylvanians.
“Commitment to a pioneering idea and dedication to its growth is very important to me,” stated Sheppard, a thirty-year veteran of PCN. “Watching PCN evolve from one camera and a production crew of three into this respected television network dedicated to providing balanced coverage in an unbiased, nonpartisan forum, showcasing the state’s wealth of history and culture, has been a privilege. With great pride in our dedicated staff, I am honored to be recognized among such a prestigious group of people."
As noted by City & State Pennsylvania's "2022 Impact 50," Debra Kohr Sheppard began her career with the Pennsylvania Cable Network in 1993 and has served as President and CEO since 2020. In various roles over the years, Sheppard has worked to advance the network's technology capabilities, including PCN's conversion to high definition and streaming, and managed the expansion of the Camp Hill facility. Sheppard is currently president of the board of Pennsylvania Educational Communications Systems.
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