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Min. Elliott is a member of the Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Hartford where he
serves as an associate minister under his pastor, Dr. Richard L. Nash. He teaches the New Members’ classes, the Wednesday night Bible class and is the president of its Men’s Ministry. He is currently enrolled in The Trinity Bible College and Seminary, pursuing a B.A in Biblical Studies (Concentration in Theology). His ultimate goal is to earn a Doctorate Degree in Theology.
He has two grown children, Alexander and Camille. Alex graduated from Regis College in May 2014 with a degree in nursing & is now pursuing his masters in Health Administration while Camille is in pursuing a career in the health field.
As Bernie says, Windsor is like no other town, with its history, people, talent, community groups and giving back, where else would you want to live?
Professionally, Sirota currently works for Windsor Public Schools with high school age special needs students as a Tutor/Job Coach and he is a Realtor with Century 21 AllPoints Realty . He has owned and operated a nationally recognized home cleaning service and held past positions in management and customer service for The Tele-Monitor Company in Falls Village, CT, ABB and Konica-Minolta, both in Windsor.
Elliot is also active in the community. He is currently on the Economic Development Commission for the town of Windsor, past board member of the Windsor Chamber of Commerce, and Windsor International Little League volunteer. He holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Columbia College in Hollywood, CA. He has lived in Windsor since 1992 with his wife Heidi and has two daughters, Carly and Sophie.
I am a member of St John’s full Gospel Deliverance church in Bloomfield CT where I am a part of the administrator team and the multi media ministry.
I work for Prudential Insurance Co, where I am an Executive Administrative assistant.
I proudly host “Diversity in the Community” featured on WINTV every Monday at 7:00PM. I have recorded more than 40 programs featuring diverse people and topics since volunteering at the station a few years ago.
I love acting and had the opportunity to participate in the play “From the Boat to Obama” at the Bushnell for the 5th year this past May 22, 2014
I love singing and have written many motivational songs which are played on WIHS Radio. I also serve on the Board of Directors for CTALIVE “Connecticut Alliance for Victims of Violence and Their Families.
It has been a pleasure serving on the WIN-TV board of Directors.
David is active in the community and is a Board Member of the Hartford Area Cable Advisory Council, a Board member of the Windsor Library, the Greater Hartford Transit District and is a past Chairman of the Windsor Republican Party and past President of the Connecticut Health Information Management Association and Vice President of the Maryland Health Information Management Association.
Mr. Raney has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Information Management, and Masters Degrees in Business Administration and Health Care Administration.
This is Bill’s second time as a member of the WIN Board. An original incorporator of WIN-TV back in 1980, Bill served on the Board for several years, and then took some time off, returning to the Board in 2005. From December 2005 until December 2012, he served as Secretary of WIN-TV. Since 1976, he has been a member of HACTAC (the Hartford Area Cable Television Advisory Council), a state-mandated group serving the interests of cable TV subscribers and Access TV stations.
His company, Invisible Gold, builds, hosts, and sells software for easy to use websites. His career started with 7 years writing the first generation of distance learning software. Before graduating from RPI, his 3D and fractal animations were used in ski films and onstage for the Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge tour.
He credits Image-Net Systems (Goshen, CT) for giving him access to computers, photographic, and video editing equipment at a young age.