Dan Robinson - Executive Director

Dan Robinson has been the Executive Director of Your Media since 2012.  He has led the organization to a new level of success, both serving the NWA nonprofit community with a wide variety of video production services, and serving as Operational Manager of Fayetteville Public Television.  Under Dan’s leadership, FPTV has had 4 years of consecutive growth, and in 2015 Your Media was awarded the contract to run FPTV for the City of Fayetteville for the next 5 year cycle with a significant funding increase. Dan is an award-winning Producer and Music Composer.  His work can be found on local Television, Radio, and Film.


Jamey McGaugh - Board President

Jamey McGaugh is currently the Director of Development for TheatreSquared in Fayetteville, AR. where he is in charge of developing  and implementing fundraising plans for annual giving, sponsorships, grants, major projects and special events; forecasting the theatre's fundraising potential by identifying, cultivating and stewarding individual and institutional donors. He will soon spearhead the launch of T2’s Our Next Stage Capital Campaign for new $30.5MM, 50,000 sf facility scheduled to open in 2019.


Prior to his position at TheatreSquared, Jamey joined the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art project in January of 2009, a full two years and eleven months before the Museum opened its doors to the public. Originally brought on to assist the Associate Director with day-to-day operations, his ability to effectively communicate the message of the Museum and cultivation skills with potential donors led quickly to the role of senior development officer for the Museum.  Jamey’s work with the Associate Director to solicit and secure the initial multi-million dollar endowment gifts ensured Crystal Bridges long-term security.


Prior to his arrival at Crystal Bridges, Jamey received his MA in Drama in 1995 from the University of Arkansas. He immediately moved to New York City and began a successful career as a professional actor. The skills he developed through his education and his years as an actor provided him with the most fundamental building block for a career in fundraising – listening.


Alan Wilbourn - Board Member

Alan Wilbourn is the public information officer for the Fayetteville Public Schools, a position he has held since 1992. He has twice served as president of the Arkansas School Public Relations Association and has presented at the National School Public Relations Association’s annual convention on several occasions. He formerly served as the marketing manager of the University of Arkansas Press and was the managing partner of a Little Rock advertising agency prior to moving to Fayetteville. A graduate of the Lemke Department of Journalism at the University of Arkansas, he also served as chairman of the Fayetteville Telecommunications Board from 1996 to 1997. Wilbourn currently volunteers his time with the Northside Rotary Club, Teen Leadership Xperience, Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.


Dawn Jones - Board Member

Dawn began working in radio in high school. The majority of my career experience has been in broadcasting, advertising, marketing and public relations. I established two unique businesses: a full-service advertising agency in northwest Arkansas and an internationally recognized tourist inn in Costa Rica. Dawn returned to the United States in October, 2008.


While looking for employment, and launching a freelance company, Aurora Expressions, Dawn had the opportunity to begin working again in community volunteerism, which had been a personal focus during her earlier career.


Washington Plaza --- her new home and neighbors --- faced several challenges.  Responding to those, she teamed with the community to create an on-site food bank and Residents Council, and elected resident directors to the WPA governing board. She serves on the board in that capacity and co-manage the food bank / Commodities Center and Residents Council as a member of our friends and residents coalition.


She began volunteering for the Fayetteville Community Radio team in May, 2013. Through that involvement she was introduced to The Omni Center, and was chosen as their AmeriCorps Vista Media and Community Outreach Coordinator. In that capacity she was also able to support Tri Cycle Farms and Seeds That Feed, and other Omni Center partner programs, such as Omni Youth and Compassion Fayetteville.


She is a new member of the Compassion Fayetteville Planning Committee and will begin service May 1st, 2016 in the newly awarded AmeriCorps Vista Media and Community Outreach Coordinator position for Tri Cycle Farms.




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