Tammie M. Reilly
Prior to coming to GNAT, Tammie worked on location marketing at the Virginia Film Office and as a freelance Production Manager and commercial Producer in Richmond, VA.
Upon her return to Vermont in 2003, Tammie gained employment with the Vermont Film Commission and, later, the Manchester and the Mountains Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Her experience in film production, combined with her progressive administrative skills, has prepared her well for leading GNAT into a new era of television.
From training the community and staff on how to use a broad range of video gear, to directing and producing studio shoots, Hoss always has his hands in something.
With an instantly disarming sense of humor and laissez-faire approach, he can’t help but make anyone who works with him look like a pro in front of and behind the camera.
Producer and Youth Coordinator
From directing and producing her own show, to reaching out to schools and non-profits or pitching in on a studio productions, Ann fills many roles.
From warmly answering sundry phone calls, to maintaining the digital and paper file systems and calmly combatting buckets of chaos with his tiny shovel full of logic, Mark is GNAT’s sensible jack-of-all-trades.
Miriah is a master juggler, not only handling programming and marketing for five channels, but also managing and marketing all online content. And did we mention that she’s also in charge of fielding the endless questions not only from the public but from the forgetful staff?
Andrew lived in Vermont as a child, attended Mt. Anthony Union High School and studied political science at University of Vermont. He moved to Brooklyn and worked in the commercial photography field until obtaining a masters degree in education from Teachers College at Columbia University. He and his wife moved back to Vermont in 1987 to purchase, Christmas Days a retail business in Sunderland, Vermont. His professional experience includes, middle school teacher, commercial photographer, news reporter, arts editor and managing editor of the Manchester Journal. Andrew’s experience and knowledge of our local community helps him lead the GNAT News Project.