By Career Communications Group CEO
Tyrone Taborn will join the volunteer board of directors of The MPT Foundation, the fundraising affiliate of Maryland Public Television (MPT). The Foundation is comprised of approximately 24 members from a range of different Maryland businesses, civic organizations and cultural communities. The goal of the MPT Foundation is to assist in securing private contributions and foundation grants specifically for MPT.
Taborn is also a member of MPT’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Advisory Council, a team of civic leaders and businesspersons who guide the implementation of MPT’s strategy to foster greater organizational and civic concord through both internal and external communications and engagement.
Members of the advisory council also inform leadership on how to enhance the organization’s structures, systems, and operational goals supporting diversity and inclusion at MPT and in the wider community.
Taborn, who is publisher and chairman of Career Communications Group (CCG), is founder of the Foundation for Educational Development, which aims to raise technology literacy in minority communities through initiatives such as Black Family Technology Awareness Week, La Familia Technology Awareness Week, and the Native American Family Technology Journey.
Taborn’s other current board affiliations include the United States Army Science Board, Women Legislators of Maryland Foundation, Baltimore Partners for Enhanced Learning, Maryland Black Caucus Foundation, Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE), and the Granville Academy. He is also a member of The National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
MPT is a public-supported TV network and Public Broadcasting Service member that offers a mix of educational programming and entertainment. The content is delivered by traditional broadcasting and streaming on TVs, computers, and mobile devices.
MPT’s commitment to educators, parents, caregivers and learners of all ages is delivered through instructional events and Thinkport.org. MPT’s year-round community engagement activities connect viewers with resources on a wide range of topics. For more information visit mpt.org.
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