Jonathan Cunningham, husband and father of two, is a long time Pleasantville resident, former Village of Pleasantville Trustee and PCTV Board Member who continues to have an interest in local issues.
da Costa, Dennis
For nearly a decade, Dennis da Costa has produced and hosted hundreds of music specials, talk shows, candidates' forums and live, call-in programs on PCTV. Currently, he produces periodic specials and is developing a new series. During his six years on the station's Board of Directors, Dennis: strived to make PCTV relevant to greater Pleasantville; forged working partnerships with Village government and the Pleasantville School District; and fostered the station's restructuring. "I truly believe that community begins with communication and that PCTV's role is to help connect the community through NONCOMMERCIAL programming that informs, inspires and engages." In his professional life, for 25 years, Dennis has been a public relations strategist, promoter and advocate for top brands and emerging causes. For five years, he was a folk and Americana music promoter, booker and manager. http://www.portertubb.com/
David Dollface is a social worker with an MBA from Harvard. One moment he's in total agreement, the next he's on the attack. Every show could be his last.
Donna Edlund of Coldwell Banker, a veteran Real Estate broker
Toni Emerson is a life-long Pleasantville resident. She worked for IBM for thirty years before retiring as director of communications in 1987. She then worked in real estate with Houlihan Lawrence and became president of the Westchester County Board of Realtors.After their mothers death, she and her sisters sold their family home built by their father in the 1930s. Toni moved across the golf course to the Pleasantville Country Club, where she served on the Board of Directors and as president. Tonis volunteer activity includes the Village of Pleasantville Business Support Council; the Pleasantville Farmers Market and currently a director of its successor Foodchester Inc.; long-time member of the Chamber of Commerce, having served on the Board of Directors with responsibility for communications and continuing to work with PHS students on the VISIONS program, and the Pleasantville Lions Club, concentrating on the Lions SEE (Screening Eyes Early) program screening pre-school childrens eyes for potential problems, Lions Vacation Camp for the Blind in Rockland County, Guiding Eyes for the Blind in Yorktown Heights and the annual Relay for Life of Pace University-Pleasantville.
Valerie is a busy Mom of twin three and a half year old girls, Ava and Julia. Before mommyhood, she had a successful career in PR, Marketing and Event Planning for several top sports and entertainment companies. Her favorite job, by far, is being a stay at home mom to her growing girls. Valerie is the host of Let's Talk with Valerie, an exciting new lifestyle series on Pleasantvilles local TV station, PCTV76, and is an NYU certified Professional Life coach. Through hosting and coaching, Valerie is committed to uplifting, inspiring and motivating moms to live their best lives. You can contact Valerie at www.girltalkwithvalerie.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bill is a second generation Funeral Director who has been licensed by the State of New York for 30 years. Bill purchased Beecher Funeral Home Inc. in February of 2004 and became only the 3rd owner of this business started by Sam Beecher in 1928.A 1973 graduate of St. Nicholas of Tolentine H.S. in the Bronx, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from LaSalle College in 1977 and a degree in Mortuary Science in 1978 from the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in New York City. In 1994 Bill was appointed as an Adjunct Professor of Embalming at A.A.M.I. and in 2001 he became the Director of Clinical Embalming. President of the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce for ten years Bill is also member of the Pleasantville Lions Club. He is Co - Chairperson of the Development Advisory Board and sits on the Board of Directors for Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester. Bill currently resides in White Plains with his wife Debbie and their three children, Billy, Liz and Jackie. He demonstrates community spirit by participating in local events and among the many organizations he supports, donates annually to the Dads Club of Pleasantville, Pleasantville Community Scholarship Fund, Pleasantville H.S. Football Team, Police Benevolent Association, Pleasantville Fire Department , Pleasantville Ambulance Corp. and Mt. Pleasant Seniors.
Mary Fox-Alter is the Superintendent of Schools for the Pleasantville Union Free School District.