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Min. Lorenzo Elliott Sr. is a resident of the town of Windsor since 1993; he is married (wife Comalita) and is the father of five and grandfather of five. He retired in December, 2010 from the Ct. Dept. of Corrections.
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.
Lawrence JaggonVice President
Lawrence Jaggon is a 16 year resident of Windsor, a member of the board for many years, and has served two terms as president. He is a graduate of Mico Teacher’s College in Kingston Jamaica and Capital Community College in Hartford. He is a registered nurse and is the owner of a nursing business. He is the President of the non profit group Family Hope Center Community Services Inc. in Hartford. He produces the show TV Caribbean which highlights Caribbean cultural events. He is a staff writer for the Windsor Journal. Larry is married with 4 children. He can be frequently seen holding a video camera, taping events for broadcast on WIN-TV .
Michael has many ties to the Windsor community. He attended Clover Street School and Sage Park growing up and the majority of his family lives in and around Windsor. He was active with the Cirillo Summer Theater for over ten years. Michael works for Konica Minolta Business Solutions, in Windsor. He has worked with the Windsor Arts Center in previous years on their Mythology Project. He is also in the Rude Mechanicals, a local band that plays an eclectic mix of rock music mostly for their own enjoyment and sometimes with an audience. He is a tech guy by day, and let’s be honest, a tech guy by night too. Michael is married to his lovely wife Robin and they have two beautiful daughters. The two of them are living in Windsor, watching their daughters grow up at light speed.
Fatmata Williams is a native of Sierra Leone who moved to the USA approximately 25 years ago. She is married to Brian Williams and together they have two young sons, Kwame and Kisimi. They have lived in Windsor for the past fourteen years and have been active members in the community. Fatmata and her family are also active members of the Asylum Hill Congregational Church in Hartford. Fatmata is a Registered Nurse and currently works for Connecticut Medicaid. Fatmata loves volunteering and acting. Fatmata joined the WIN-TV Board in 2018, and is currently serving as the board’s secretary.
A life long resident of Windsor, Patricia graduated from WHS in 1983 and attended Central Connecticut State University obtaining a BS-IT degree in Graphic Design Management, then a BA in Graphic Design. She has an AA from Manchester Community College in Multimedia Studies. She currently owns PEB’s Designs as a freelance creative professional. Patricia is a veteran who served in the CT Air National Guard-USAF as a Warehouse Faculties Specialist. She has been very active in the Greater Hartford community for over 20 years including serving on the Board of Directors for the Greater Hartford Jaycees in various roles including Public Relations Director and has won several awards including CT Jaycee Statesmen.
Patricia has volunteered with WIN-TV for the last year as a PA on the Simply Fresh show with Chef Renee.She has maintained an active membership with a national service sorority, Gamma Sigma Sigma since 1987, where she joined the Alpha Nu chapter at Central Connecticut State University. Patricia is a current member of the CT Nutmeg Alumnae Chapter and is serving as the National Marketing Director for Gamma Sigma Sigma on their 32nd National Board of Directors. “It is fun, exciting and fulfilling to volunteer in our local community to help make this a better world for all.”
Theresa HarrisBoard Member
I have lived in Windsor for over 30 years and I love being a part of this great community.
I love my children!! My son William S. Freeman, my son in-law Francis Koomson, my daughter Lavonne Koomson, and my granddaughter Trinity Koomson who is the love of my life. Both of my children attended Windsor schools. My son William aka Will AKA Bubba was a substitute teacher in Windsor for many years.
I am a member of St John’s full Gospel Deliverance church in Bloomfield CT where I am a part of our multi media ministry. I am a member to the Journey Writers . I love singing, acting and writing both short stores and lyrics.
I have proudly hosted “Diversity in the Community” since Nov 2008.. My program features diverse people and topics.
It has been a pleasure serving on the WIN-TV board of Directors.
Charles JacksonBoard Member
Charles Windsor Jackson III, known by friends and family as CJ, resides in historic Wilson with his lovely wife Nicole of 19 years and two active boys. Charles is a stay at home parent, freelance photojournalist, handyman, and recycler.
For many years Charles worked as an Investigative Photojournalist for several network television stations and has been a member of the National Academy of the Arts since 1994. In 2000 Charles was nominated for two Emmy Awards and won the prestigious Photojournalist of the Year Award by the National Association of Broadcasters. Charles spent many years working at the State of Connecticut legislative office building as a photojournalist/editor for CT-N, the state's government channel, preparing televised legislative sessions, press conferences and government meetings.
Charles has served on several town committees and organizations such as the Wilson Deerfield Advisory Committee, The Hartford Area Cable Television Access Commission, Win-Tv's Board of Directors, and the Windsor Freemasons.
Charles has served on several town committees and organizations such as the Wilson Deerfield Advisory Committee, The Hartford Area Cable Television Access Commission, and the Windsor Freemasons.
Steve PorcaroBoard Member
As the owner 1-4-All Coaching, LLC since 2005, Steve is passionate about helping individuals and organizations achieve their goals through effective sales, leadership, and business development strategies. We live in a world where it is harder and harder to be heard.
Steve founded SalesPlus MVP Academy to provide the education, tools and tactics to cut through the noise. His mission is to empower growth, by not only giving you the strategies and techniques to improve but also by providing continued support to business owners, solopreneurs, and teams who are dedicated to helping organizations level up.
Steve is a graduate of Coach University and Mohegan Community College. His previous experiences include serving as a surgical technologist in the U.S. Navy, an independent sales consultant and trainer for major medical device companies, Certified Master OASIS Trainer, and a DISC Behaviors Facilitator.
He is active in the local community and serves on various boards and committees, including the Boy Scouts of America, CT Rivers Council, the Windsor Chamber of Commerce, Windsor Human Relations Commission, Windsor Emergency Management, and is an active board member of the International Coach Federation and Past President of the Connecticut chapter.
A Massachusetts native, Steve moved to Connecticut while serving in the US Navy in 1983, and never left. He and his wife moved to Windsor in 1992 to raise three boys and three dogs. His hobbies include reading, cooking, and backpacking the tallest mountains in New England. Some of his favorite things about Windsor are its diversity, history and sense of community.
David RaneyBoard Member
David Raney has lived in Windsor for 31 years and is currently employed at Branford Hall Career Institute, where he teaches health care courses. Prior to joining Branford Hall he was self-employed and worked with long-term care facilities and renal dialysis facilities in Connecticut and other states. He was also a Department Director at Saint Francis Hospital and a Division Director at John Dempsey Hospital and hospitals in Maryland and Illinois.
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.
LeighAnn TysonBoard Member
Ms. LeighAnn Tyson is a life-long resident of Windsor and a proud graduate of Windsor High School, Class of 1982. She spent time away to pursue life in a big city (Washington DC) after her graduation from Marywood College in Scranton, PA. Ms. Tyson returned to Windsor in 1998 where she returned to her alma mater, WHS as a Special Educator. After a stint in administration, Ms. Tyson returned to WHS where she currently teaches in the District’s alternative education programs at LP Wilson.
Ms. Tyson has always been a joiner and participant in school, work and town organizations. She’s been an active member of school and community groups including the PTOs of Roger Wolcott and Clover Street schools and served on the School Governance Councils of both Clover Street School and WHS. In addition, she’s also been a Girl Scout leader for several years, a member of the Windsor Democratic Town Committee and an appointed member of the Library Advisory Board for the past two decades. As a child, most of Ms. Tyson’s childhood was happily spent at both library branches, so she is especially thrilled with serving the town libraries in this manner.
Ms. Tyson continues to live in her beloved home town with her daughter and two 4-legged sons. She is very happy to have been appointed as a member of our community TV organization and looks forward to learning and serving in this new capacity.
Marywood College, BS Special Education
George Washington University, MA, Transitional Programming for LD/ED Students
Central CT State University, Sixth Year in Educational Leadership
Central CT State University, Doctoral Program, ABD, Educational Leadership
William Stephenson Board Member - Emeritus
Bill moved to Windsor from his home town of West Hartford in 1968, and has for years called Windsor his true home town. Building on a Cub and Boy Scout interest in photography, Bill has worked in a portrait photography chain's laboratory, in retailing (cameras, of course), as Audio-Visual Director for South Catholic High School, Media Specialist for the Capitol Region Education Council, and finally came to the Windsor Board of Education as their Audio-Visual Technician, Stage Manager and TV Studio Manager. When audio-visual became computer-centric, he was the first Network Manager for the school system and continued to work in the IT/MIS area until his retirement in June 2009.
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.
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