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Thirteen/WNET New York

Project Overview
Mission & History

Afterschool Exchange

Executive Producer - Brigitte Magar Matsuoka
Senior Producer - Sandy Goldberg
The Events

Event Coordinator - Camille Lee
Event Coordinator - Laura Leung


Director of Education, Project Reach Youth, Inc. - Michele Ashley
Senior Research Associate, EDC's Center for Children and Technology -
Laura Jeffers
Founder, Project H.E.A.T. (Helping Empower Adolescents and Teenagers) -
Sean C. McRae
Assistant Executive Director for Community Schools, Children's Aid Society -
Jane Quinn
Director of Training, PASE (Partnership for After School Education) - Diana Torres
Director of Professional Development, TASC (The After-School Corporation) -
Bob Weinstein

The Web Site

Producer - Brian Wong
Co-Producer - Jesse Gale
Technical Producer -
Mikki Monkolchayut
Associate Technical Producer -
Rachel Goldstein
Art Director - Sabina Daley
Designer - Karen Mattson
Designer - Ann Arbuckle
Technical Director - Brian Lee
Web Engineer - Ben Chappel
Programmer, HTML implementer -
Brian Santalone
Interns - Penny Pan, Sonal Thacker, and Hana Won

Director, Interactive and Broadband - Anthony Chapman
Thirteen/WNET's Ed Online

The Afterschool Exchange is a production of Thirteen/ WNET's Educational Technologies department, producers of Ed Online, the award-winning online resource for educators. A pre-eminent source of Web-based educational content and workshops, Ed Online provides educational resources that have reached thousands of teachers, teachers-in-training, administrators, and others involved in pre-K-12 instruction. Thirteen's Educational Technologies department also produces online companion pieces to national series and original online content to complement Thirteen's educational initiatives. Brigitte Magar Matsuoka, Educational Technologies. Carmen DiRienzo, Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Affairs. Ronald Thorpe, Vice President, Education.