TV Acad Foundation adds 2 to board

Lightcap, Di Nonno join org

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation has added two execs to its board of directors.

Carolina Lightcap, prexy of Disney Channels Worldwide, and Madeline Di Nonno, exec director of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, have been elected to serve two-year terms.

The foundation, headed by chairman Jerry Petry, is the TV Acad’s philanthropic and educational arm. It oversees the Archive of American Television oral history collection and a student internship program, among other initiatives.

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