The Board of Directors, chosen by the Members, the Selectmen, and the School Committee, is the governing body of Milford Community Media Center, Inc.
Andrej Starkis - President & Chair
Andy has been a Milford resident for some 40 years. Raised in Boston, he graduated high school in Millis. He served two years in the Peace Corps in Iran and made his living as a carpenter before becoming a lawyer. He has practiced law in the greater Boston area since 1975 and, for the past 12 years, has been a professor at the Massachusetts School of Law in Andover. He has served the Town of Milford in a number of capacities: as a Town Meeting member, a member of the Growth Policy Committee, the state-appointed member of the Redevelopment Authority, and for many years a member and chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals.
Josh Ingemi - Treasurer
Josh is a Certified Public Accountant with Ernst & Young LLP and a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Massachusetts Society of CPAs. He received his B.A. in American Studies from Providence College, M.S. in Television from Boston University, and M.S. in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame. His previous television experience includes employment at WBZ-TV and Comcast. In high school Josh was actively involved in the town of Marblehead’s cable access station. In college he was the co-founder and program director of a student-run television network and president of the film club.
Steve Minichiello - Board Member
Steve began his television career in 1983 and has written and produced for WBZ-TV, WGBH-TV (PBS) and WCVB-TV, Boston, including the renowned newsmagazine, Chronicle. In September of 1992 his critically acclaimed documentary on youth and violence, Lost Hopes, Shattered Dreams, was broadcast on PBS. This production earned him an Emmy nomination, as well as aSilver Apple Award from the National Educational Video Festival. He also received an Emmy nomination, as well as an International Telly Award, National Association of Government Communicators Award and the San Francisco Film Festival Award for a 1995 PSA entitled "Alone". In January of 1997 PBS aired his acclaimed documentary on teens with HIV/AIDS entitled, "positive voices". An animated PSA he wrote and produced on Fatherhood won an Emmy in May 1997, and was an International Telly Award winner, as well as an ITS International Monitor Award finalist.
In 1998 he was honored with three Emmy Nominations. In 1999 he won an Emmy for a spot entitled Wish. He received two Emmy Nominations for the year 2000, another in 2002 for the PSA, Family, and most recently for the Girl Scouts of America in 2006.
Jeremy Folster - Clerk
Jeremy recently returned to his alma mater to teach video production and loves it. After graduating from Milford High School in 1996, he went on to Emerson College and earned a B.S. in Video Production in 2000. While at Emerson, he interned in Los Angeles on the Emmy Award-winning drama series, “The West Wing” and upon earning his diploma, was a key member of the production team for four seasons. Following that, he worked on various films and television programs for Showtime and CBS.
Jeremy is very passionate about all aspects of video production. He currently runs Folster Video and is a sought-after wedding and freelance videographer who has won Bride’s Choice awards for wedding videography over the past five years.
He resides in Blackstone, MA, with his wife, Colleen, and sons, Brady and Brendan.
Ray Auger - Board Member
Ray Auger is the Promotions/Multi-Media Director at WMRC First Class Radio in Milford. Raised in East Brookfield MA, his extended family moved to Milford in the 60s where they built a long history of involvement in the community. Ray continues that tradition being a resident, along his wife and children, since 2009. He sings in a few local bands and cohosts the show Distracted Driving, which can be seen on Milford TV along with his WMRC show Living For The Weekend.