Board of Directors

NAMLE is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors that works through an active committee structure to conduct the business of the organization and plan its future. The Board meets every year for a three-day board retreat and monthly by conference call. New members are elected by existing board members according to guidelines in NAMLE’s bylaws.

If you are interested in nominating yourself or someone else for a NAMLE Board position, please fill out this form.

NAMLE is indebted to the following women and men (and the institutions that may support their NAMLE Board service) for their time and energy, expertise and passionate commitment to advancing the cause of media literacy education in the United States.

Meet The Board

Erin-Reilly_newErin Reilly, President

Independent Consultant & Researcher – ReillyWorks, LLC

Research Fellow at Annenberg Innovation Lab, USC

David_KleemanDavid Kleeman, Vice President

Senior Vice President, Global Trends, Dubit

Tony Streit, Treasurer

Senior Project Director, Education Development Center, Inc.

Joanne Parsont, Secretary

Education Director, California Film Institute

Sherri Hope CulverSherri Hope Culver, Past President

Director, Center for Media & Information Literacy, Temple University

Kristi_AvramKristi Avram

Founding board member of Green Below 14 and the Southampton Arts Center

Steve HargadonSteve Hargadon

Founder and Director, Learning Revolution Project

Alicia HaywoodAlicia Haywood

Founder, iSpeakMedia Foundation

Tori HortonTori Horton

Market Researcher, Product, PayPal

Cynthia LiebermanCynthia Lieberman


Lynette Owens

Global Director of Internet Safety for Kids & Families, Trend Micro

Dan-Rhone_HS_DSF6227_8x10Daniel Rhone

Founder and Creative Director of The LUX-ID Design Group

Latif-Schmitt, Gonca, Bio Photo.jpgGonca Latif-Schmitt

Managing Director, Treasury and Trade Services at Citi

StarrNicole Starr

Vice President of Social Impact for Participant Media

DC VitoDC Vito

Executive Director of The Learning About Media Project (The LAMP), Brooklyn, NY