Board of Directors:

Dan Driscoll (President & Clerk) held a camera in his hands for the first time when he was ten years old. Fast forward many decades, he has since directed hundreds and hundreds of national and regional television commercials and films over much of the globe and his photograph’s grace the cover and interior of several books about Nantucket. The self-described ‘visual artist’ and his wife Connie moved to Nantucket fulltime in 1997 after falling in love with the island in 1971 when they first started visiting. He continues to create short brand films and commercials for Nantucket non-profits as well creating wedding films for a few select clients.

Art Bergeron (Vice President) focuses on elder law as an attorney at Mirick O’Connell, a full-service firm in central Massachusetts. Art started coming to Nantucket in 2013 to present elder law educational seminars at the Saltmarsh. At about the same time, he began doing local cable interview shows in several communities including Nantucket to acquaint seniors with the people and programs they should know about in order to age in place. Art firmly believes in NCTV’s importance as an anchor of discussion of new ideas and relevant information that benefits the island’s community.

John Copenhaver (Treasurer) moved to Nantucket year-round in 2007 and became an active member of the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. That activity morphed into an interest in film and film-making. Four years ago he was drawn to NCTV by the Nantucket Short Film festival and has been involved with NCTV ever since making short films and now on our board.

Tom Dickson and his wife MJ moved to Nantucket in 1979. He has been involved in island commerce, community boards, and town committees since that time. One of his last ventures was owning and operating Orange Street Video and recently created KIC/KEEP IT CLEAN, an initiative to educate children and adults how to be responsible for their environment, whether on-island or around the globe. 

Kristie Ferrantella is a native Nantucketer. She is currently the Vice President of the Nantucket Chamber of Commerce and was elected to the Nantucket Select Board in April 2019. Kristie has a Master’s degree in Applied Economics and loves using data to make decisions. She joined the NCTV board in May 2019.

Florencia Rullo is the Town of Nantucket Public Outreach Coordinator. She is an English to Spanish translator with a minor in design. Florencia uses her passion for language to better connect people. She has been a member of the NCTV Board since July 2017.

Chris Glowacki is the Vice President of Strategy & Community Development at Nantucket Cottage Hospital. Previously, as Managing Director of Strategy and Development, Chris was responsible for the major gifts program for the $120 million capital campaign to build the island’s new hospital. Chris holds his master’s degree in business administration from the University of Michigan and his bachelor’s degree from Amherst College. He is a graduate of Nantucket High School and a third-generation Nantucketer.

Chris returned to Nantucket after serving as a business development executive with NBC and Discovery Communications, and as a Chief Strategist at CNBC and CNBC.com in New York City. Following his tenure at NBC, Chris was the co-founder and CEO of Plum TV, the lifestyle television network that operated on Nantucket and other resort destination communities.

Richard J. Hussey is a recent appointment to the NCTV board, Rich brings a wealth of experience in the production of live, televised sporting events. For 25 years, Rich filled a number of production and administrative roles at NBC Sports, where he earned four Emmys for NBC’s basketball coverage of the Barcelona, Atlanta, Athens and Beijing Summer Games, and a fifth Emmy for the 2002 NBA on NBC
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An island resident since 2010, Rich is also a member of the board and the construction committee co-chair for Nantucket’s Habitat for Humanity affiliate, and a three-term member of the Town of Nantucket’s Capital Program Committee.

Jen Erichsen moved to Nantucket in 1992 to work for the Town as an Information Systems Coordinator, where she worked with Continental Cablevision (now MediaOne) to connect municipal buildings. Soon after, she was asked to join the team at NCTV. When she accepted a new position as the town’s first Public Safety Technician in 2004, she continued to work with NCTV to help the organization receive full funding and was an integral part of establishing the Public Safety Facility Control Room. In 2018, Jen took over as the Director of Technology for Nantucket Public Schools. Today, she still lives on Nantucket, where her two adult children also reside.