Board of Directors

Everett Marshburn

Everett Marshburn

Milwaukee PBS

Everett is the senior producer of Milwaukee PBS’s “Black Nouveau” which examines issues, culture, history, heritage, and challenges facing and affecting African Americans.  A lifetime public broadcaster, he has earned numerous awards recognizing his excellence in production, including four Emmy Awards, two CINE (pronounced: sin-eee) Golden Eagles, a duPont Silver Baton from the Columbia University Journalism School, three awards from the National Black Programming Consortium, and over a dozen awards from the National Association of Black Journalists, eight of which were for “Black Nouveau.”  Everett is the 2014 recipient of D&R’s Bayard Rustin Award in recognition of his efforts to promote peace, justice, and equality.  He is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists, the Wisconsin Black Media Association, and the Beta Omega Epsilon Fraternity, Inc.