Kristy Miligan's HeadshotKRISTY MILLIGAN

Kristy Milligan, a native of Colorado, received her BS in Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder and holds a Master’s of Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver.  Prior to working with Rocky Mountain PBS, Milligan served as the Executive Director of Citizens Project and the Communications Director for the Girl Scouts – Wagon Wheel Council. She brings diverse experience in development, communications and collaboration to her position, as well as a long-standing passion for the work of RMPBS.



no-pic-female_197x282KEANNA SMITH 

Keanna Smith joined the Rocky Mountain PBS team in 2012.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Coe College with a major in both Business Administration and Political Science.  Keanna also holds a Master’s of Science degree from Regis University in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Human Resources.  She is a southern Colorado native and is responsible for corporate and business relationships.

Favorite Local Production: Matchwits

Favorite National Production: Peg + Cat (guess that is what happens when you have a toddler at home!)




Elyse Jones received her Bachelor’s in Communications from Mercyhurst University, and a Master’s of Public Relations from Quinnipiac University. She has worked with a number of non-profit organizations, and is thrilled to be utilizing her skills at Rocky Mountain PBS. Elyse is the perfect person to ask if you have an questions about reservations at the Tim Gill Center and upcoming events in Southern Colorado.





Kate Perdoni received a Bachelor’s degree in Community Journalism from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado after transferring from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities’ School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She brings over a decade of commercial, affiliate, freelance and community journalism experience to Rocky Mountain PBS. Kate aims to share her passion for public media by working closely with partner organizations, through the production of content, and by leading citizen journalism courses and coordinating Media Lab activities at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media.





Scott Jones has been with KTSC-TV in Pueblo since 1984 and joined the Rocky Mountain PBS team when KTSC became part of RMPBS in 2000. Scott started his television career as a Master Control Operator. He eventually moved on to the Production Department becoming a Producer/Director. Over the years Scott has edited a number of interstitial and underwriting spots as well as a working on a number of studio and field produced programs, including producing a number of segments of Spirit of Colorado and LifeWise. In 1990 Scott was a part of a team that won the Colorado Broadcasters Association award for Best Promotional Campaign and in 2007 was nominated for a Heartland Chapter Emmy® for his field producing work on Glenwood Springs. Since 1992 he has been the producer of the long running quiz show Matchwits, is the director of Super School News in Denver and Pueblo. In 2011, Scott, along with his co-worker Ken Sciacca, was named Outstanding Mass Communications Department Alumni at Colorado State University–Pueblo. In 2012, Scott received the Excellence in Television award from the Southern Colorado Press Club and Matchwits received the Colorado Broadcasters Association award for Best Mini-Documentary or Series. Scott currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Southern Colorado Press Club.



A huge thanks to all the wonderful volunteers who contribute to the vision of the Tim Gill Center for Public Media. If you visit our offices, say hi to Penique, Kay, Cathy, Diana, and Marge who will great you at the front desk.