Board of Directors
Bob Giguere is an award-winning producer with over 27 years of television experience, including documentary and current events programming. His credits include the nationally distributed programs The National Parent Quiz, Releasing Dolphins, The Rock & Treating Addiction for PBS and Deep Diving for National Geographic Explorer. His environmental film resume includes Nature in Danger, Releasing Dolphins and Wekiva: Legacy or Loss? for PBS and In Search of Xanadu and Conch Cowboys for BBG Productions and The Florida Channel. Bob’s camera work has been seen on PBS, National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, Women’s Entertainment & Starz TV.
Bob has won numerous Emmy and Telly awards for his social and environmental documentary work. His work has been honored in the receipt of 4 Emmy Awards, 5 National Telly Awards, 4 National Communicator Awards, an Aurora Best of Show Award and numerous news, education and public relations awards in the states of Maine and Florida.
Bob is also an avid outdoorsman, kayaker and scuba diver. He has over 22 years of diving experience and holds advanced open water and cave diving certifications from YMCA, NAUI, NOAA, NSS and NACD. His dive experiences are varied and include dives in the cold depths of the Gulf of Maine, the cave systems of Florida, Mexico and Bermuda and the warm waters of the Caribbean. He was the principal Underwater and Topside Videographer for a saturation dive mission in Key Largo, FL for National Geographic. In addition he and his camera have made several forays into Florida’s caves, springs and rivers, including a Discovery Channel Online expedition about the St. John’s River.
Educated at the University of Maine, Bob has made Central Florida his home for the past 18 years. He is the founder and of both bGenesis, LLC and co-founder of Equinox Documentaries, Inc. He has taught as an adjunct Instructor for the University of Maine, the University of Central Florida and Rollins College.
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Ann McGregor de-mystifies technology through her work as president of Radiant Life Productions, LLC, a computer consulting company. Ann’s unique blend of communications and technological skills merges with a deep knowledge of and appreciation for the environment to provide an opportunity to use technology in new and exciting ways.
Ann also has a life-long commitment to community service, with a special focus on the arts and outdoor/ fitness based groups. She has served on various boards of directors and led committees for many non-profit organizations. Her desire for continued education is quenched through her PhD level course work in Organic Process Psychology and Integrated Ecology.
Ann loves to make the complicated simple, by breaking things down into easily manageable pieces — whether it’s a networked computer system, a weekend Annual Meeting, a mountain bike tour or a meal for a film crew.
Her ideal day would find her in the forest, next to a running stream, sitting in the crook of a big tree with a good book — and maybe a wireless internet connection!
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