Lehigh Valley Business Recognized PBS39's Chief Learning Officer as 2018 "Women of Influence"

Lehigh Valley Business has named Dr. Teri Haddad, PBS39's Chief Learning Officer, one of its 2018 "Women of Influence," in recognition of her achievements, leadership qualities and community involvement.

"We're proud to see Dr. Haddad recognizes among the Lehigh Valley's most accomplished and influential female leaders," said Tim Fallon, PBS39's Chief Executive Officer. "We congratulate her on this recognition as she continues to educate our community."

Teri Haddad, Ed.D., has a long history with PBS39, having spent over eight years with the organization. Teri and her team work to develop both regional and state-wide programs to enhance learning for students from preschool through higher education.

Haddad previously served as CEO and Creative Director at eMediaWorks, partnering with the PA Department of Education and other organizations to develop educational media for teachers and students. She has been the recipient of numerous awards for her work, including 9 Emmy Awards.

"It is an honor to be included in such a prestigious list of women," said Haddad. "I am humbled to know that the work I am doing in the community and in education has made an impact."

The Lehigh Valley Business "Women of Influence" awards program recognizes 28 female leaders in the Greater Lehigh Valley for their contributions to their companies, industries and communities. Haddad and her fellow recipients will be honored at the ceremony on Wednesday, May 9 at Cedar Crest College in Allentown. Click here for more information on LVB's Women of Influence program.