Barbara, a retired teacher, has lived in Falmouth with her husband and family for over fifty years. She is a Town Meeting Member, a member of the League of Women Voters, of No Place for Hate Falmouth, and a volunteer for Around the Table, a Falmouth soup kitchen. Currently she enjoys working with other FCTV volunteers and staff in producing “Conversations with Barbara.” The program showcases
Board of Directors
FCTV is self-governed through our active members who each year elect a seven-member Board Of Directors from within the community.
If you need to contact our Board of Directors, please mail or drop off a letter in Care of: 'Name of Director' to 310 Dillingham Avenue, Falmouth, MA 02540.
Michael is currently the Town Clerk in Falmouth and has served since first being elected in 2003. He is a strong supporter of transparency in local government and providing excellence in customer service to the town’s citizens. He has been a Town Meeting Member since 1991 and on the Board of Registrars since 1995. He is a member of Marine Lodge of Masons and has been a Shriner Clown. He is on the Board of Directors of the Girl’s Hockey Booster Club.
Michael has been a senior financial advisor in the Town of Falmouth for more than twenty years and is active in town organizations. He currently serves on Falmouth’s Cable Advisory Committee. An avid skier and traveler, Michael is also active with the Upper Cape Ski and Sports Club as a board member, webmaster and trip organizer.
Linda is an ardent community supporter who has worked with numerous organizations in Falmouth including FACES, Davisville Civic Assoc., Falmouth Historical Society, Harbor Farms and currently as a Town Meeting member and Fundraising Chairperson for the Committee to Encourage Public Art.
Michael has been a builder in the town of Falmouth for over 30 years. He is active in many aspects of the Falmouth community, as a Town Meeting member, board member of Falmouth Community Television and The 300 Committee. He is also active with organizations such as The Alliance for Community Preservation, the Boy Scouts, and is co-founder of Falmouth Youth Football.
Carlyn worked in nonprofit fundraising, board development and management for over twenty five years. Her experience includes independent schools, college and health and service organization. She also organized travel groups to destinations including Jordan, Portugal, France and Italy. Carlyn had a summer home in West Falmouth for many years. In 2001, she moved permanently to West Falmouth.
Founder, co-owner and former president of Cape Jones Consulting, LLC, a professional services firm specializing in advocacy, strategic planning, positioning and community engagement, Diane has years of experience in the fields of government relations, management, organizational change, policy analysis, strategic