Ward Chamberlin

Ward Chamberlin served as the Operating Officer of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting during its inception in 1967. He played a major role in the creation of PBS and National Public Radio (NPR) and held executive positions at both organizations, as well at WNET/Thirteen and WETA/Washington D.C. Chamberlin is also a founding member of the AFS Intercultural Programs, one of the world’s largest volunteer organizations providing learning opportunities needed to create a more peaceful world. He still remains involved in this effort today as a life trustee.