Volunteer Profiles

MEET ROGERS TV VOLUNTEER LINDSAY GRUMMETT
Lindsay Grummett volunteers as the News Brief Anchor on Inside Brant. The Wilfrid Laurier University student began her volunteer experience with Rogers TV in February 2011 after learning about the channel’s volunteer opportunities at a community event.

In addition to the great hands-on experience, the aspiring young journalist finds the interaction with fellow volunteers and community members to be one of the most rewarding aspects of volunteering at Rogers TV.

“I love volunteering at Rogers TV,” says Lindsay. “It is such a great working environment.”

“Lindsay is always asking for advice and strives to make improvements in everything she does,” says Jason Souliere, Rogers TV Producer. “She brings an endearing quality to Inside Brant.”

Lindsay has also been actively involved in several Rogers TV productions including Guelph Storm hockey, the Dominion Tankard Ontario Men’s Curling Championship, and election coverage.

Thank YOU Lindsay for being part of Rogers TV. We look forward to your continued involvement in our community channel!

 

MEET ROGERS TV VOLUNTEER GWEN HUNTER
Gwen Hunter started as a volunteer reporter with Rogers TV back in the spring of 2010. 
With her outgoing personality and positive approach it didn’t take long for Gwen to build an impressive repertoire of broadcast skills including interviewing, writing, and even producing. 

Gwen finds that the unique part of working at Rogers TV is finding out how a TV station works while getting to meet all kinds of different and interesting people.

“I like meeting people and finding out about their lives, stories, families and places of employment,” said Gwen.
Currently, you can find Gwen serving as the Guest Greeter for our daily talk show, Inside Brant.  She is also actively working in an entirely new role with the channel, as the Community Producer and Host of Embracing Aging, a soon-to-be launched program exploring senior issues.

“The most rewarding part is giving back to the community through volunteerism,” continues Gwen. “I would definitely recommend Rogers TV’s volunteer program.  It’s a tremendous opportunity to learn new skills and connect with the community.”

Thank YOU Gwen for all that you do for Rogers TV.  We look forward to your continued involvement in our community channel!