Shaun Neville
Executive Director -

Shaun joined WCTV as a staff member in December 2015, but grew up with the station as an active volunteer, producing shows in the 90's. He graduated from Wilmington High School and later attended Syracuse University, where he majored in broadcast journalism and political science. His career included stops at WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH and the Hearst Television Bureau in Washington, DC. In both locations, he served as a producer, focused primarily on political content. His assignments included political debates, national conventions, and various election nights, including the 2012 New Hampshire Primary.

Contact Shaun with any questions you have about WCTV and its role in the community. He's excited to meet everyone in Wilmington, both new faces and old. Shaun currently lives in Reading with his wife and two young sons.

Adam Dusenberry
Operations Manager -

Adam joined WCTV in August 2016, but began his career in television at just 12 years old when he joined the community media center in his hometown.  Eventually, he found himself producing and directing some of the station's largest and most prominent productions, including the 4th of July Parade and Live Election Night Coverage, which are a few of the shows he has won awards for.  Growing up, his other passion was Scouting.  He found a way to combine it with media production by creating and producing a television series about environmental issues for his Eagle Scout Project.  Adam attended Ithaca College where he received his degree in Communications. He spent a semester in Los Angeles, where he interned on The Howie Mandel Show.  He's also worked at New England Cable News, WinCAM in Winchester and at WCAT in Wakefield.  In 2016, Adam produced the livestream and oversaw the recording of the Alliance for Community Media's annual conference in Boston.

Contact Adam with any questions about WCTV’s equipment, facilities or to get training.  Adam continues his passion to make media in his free time and produced several shows out of his hometown community media center.

Scott Kurland
Programming & Content Coordinator -

Scott joined the WCTV Staff in August of 2016. Scott is no stranger to community access having grown up as part of the volunteer staff of Chelmsford Telemedia making shorts, PSAs, and working on the crew for live shoots. Scott graduated from Chelmsford High School in 2005 and went on to graduate Cum Laude from Fitchburg State University in 2009. In 2009 Scott served as a Production Assistant Intern for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”. Since then Scott has worked as a freelance director, editor, and segment producer for various independent studios and news organizations. For the last five years Scott served as the Technical Director at WCAT in Wakefield, MA. Scott is thrilled to be apart of WCTV, and is excited to be working with a such a talented staff and volunteer crew.

Contact Scott with any questions regarding programming, our website or social media.  He's happy to talk through show ideas.

Lisa Kapala
Community Relations Coordinator -

Lisa joined WCTV in 2004 after a lengthy career in the medical field as well as an extensive background in Radio where she was an announcer and talk show host. Lisa works with members to develop their own TV shows for WCTV and to help make sure members get the most out of WCTV they can. She also does much of the scheduling for use of our facility and keeps track of our membership data base. When she is not at WCTV, Lisa can be found hosting Trivia & Karaoke or working as a DJ in town and beyond.

Contact Lisa with your questions about: WCTV membership, scheduling studio & facility time, classes & training, internships, scheduling tours for groups/individuals and ordering copies of WCTV programs as well as volunteer opportunities. You can also contact Lisa about her featured program on WCTV: “Where's Wilmington”.

Don Leard
Field Equipment Specialist -

Don is our resident field equipment specialist. He is primarily in charge of overseeing all the field equipment in the studio and making new equipment available to members. Don is also an avid Photographer and artist. You have probably seen Don around town at various events. He also helps WCTV cover all School Committee and Selectmen's meetings for Wilmington. Don also acts as director for something of our programs.

Contact Don with your questions about: Equipment available to sign out at WCTV and the guidelines for taking equipment out and signing it back in.

Mary Leard
Human Resources / Accounts Payable -

Mary Leard has been with WCTV since 2010. She is responsible for accounts payable and receivable as well as working closely on WCTV's yearly budget . Mary keeps the monthly minutes at WCTV's Board of Directors meetings and handles staff benefits and human resources as well. She also works for the Town of Wilmington and in her spare time Mary loves to bake delicious pies and other confections.

Contact Mary with questions about: Accounts Payable or Receivable.

Tom Pazyra
Training & Production Coordinator -

Tom has been with WCTV practically since its creation! As former WCTV Board of Directors President, Tom knows what community television is all about. He is responsible for editing and producing many of the programs you see on WCTV as well as providing training in both Video production and editing (Mac). He enjoys playing Pickle Ball in his spare time and spending time with his family, friends and grandchildren.

Contact Tom with questions about: Camera and editing training or classes and other production questions.

Kaileigh Bernardo
Youth Outreach Coordinator -

Kaileigh is a recent graduate of The New England Institute of Art. As an attendee of WCTV's youth program prior to graduating from Wilmington High School, she knows first hand the value of WCTV's youth programs! Kaileigh also works with Wilmington's middle and High school students during the school year and in the Summer. She is responsible for sending out a “crew call” list for all of our members so they can volunteer for upcoming events. Kaileigh joined us as an associate in 2013. In her spare time she enjoys watching all kinds of movies!

Contact Kaileigh with your questions about: All Youth programs & classes as well as Summer Programs and internships. If you wish to volunteer for WCTV or wish to have your show put on our “crew call list” Kaileigh is the go-to person for that as well.

John Cimeno
Training & Production -

John Cimeno started with WCTV as an attendant of our Youth Program. He became a staff member in 2013. John attends Salem College, studying communications. He is one of our “IT” wizards and helps with field production, training and our computer systems here at WCTV. John assists with our Saturday youth program and is a skilled video editor as well.

Contact John with questions about: Training at WCTV or other Production questions.

Stephen Valenti
Youth & Media Associate -

Steve is currently attending Salem State University majoring in Communications. Steve attended WCTV's youth classes, acted as a volunteer, and then interned before becoming a staff member. He is responsible for recording and editing, both studio and field productions. He designs many of WCTV's promotional brochures, flyers, and products. In addition he handles our community bulletin board, social media accounts, and coordinates the WCTV Kids and Teens program. Steve is also known around town for his creation of “Haunted Woods” that he has showcased at WCTV and continues to create yearly at Harden Tavern.

Contact Steve with questions about: WCTV's Kids and Teens program, DVD requests, production classes, WCTV's social media presence, and community bulletin board (CBB). To send something to us for the bulletin board please email or fill out an online form here.