Raymond Gouker – CEO/Founder Adams Community Television was founded in 1988 by Raymond Gouker, a teacher of Visual Communications at the Gettysburg High School. His interests were to create a medium for Adams County and surrounding communities by providing an opportunity to showcase their local talents, history, people, cultural and athletic events, landscaping and economy, as well as provide a focal point which will address issues and provide educational and entertaining programming that will be of interest to and benefit local residents. Raymond also is Executive Director of Operations and oversees the daily operations of Adams Community Television.
Ron Harris – Board President Ron Harris is a retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel. He has over twenty-five years of business experience in Information Technology and thirty-three years of college level teaching experience. As an adjunct professor, he has taught computer classes at Prince George’s Community College, Montgomery College, Howard Community College, and Harrisburg Area Community College in Gettysburg. He has given presentations and workshops throughout the United States and Canada on Project Management. He has directed two documentaries highlighting the histories of the boroughs of Carroll Valley and New Oxford. He is also a professional commercial photographer. He serves on numerous advisory and planning committees at the state, county and borough level.
George Escalera – Board Vice President
Mark Lookenbill – Board Secretary
Tom Landis – Board Treasurer Tom Landis started his career in various sales positions ultimately gaining over 25 years of experience in the business arena. He became Director of Marketing and Product Manager for several regional food companies. During the 1990’s Tom made a career change by founding his own video production company. The mainstay of his business is currently corporate production, but Tom has shot segments for “The Travel Channel” and “Americas Most Wanted”. Beginning in 1994, Tom has also shot approximately 400 interviews for “The Survivors Of The Shoah Visual History Foundation”, which were forwarded to Steven Spielberg, for his collection of holocaust survivor stories. Tom and his associate have also opened Cartridge World in Hanover, Pa., while he continues his passion for video productions through his company, Harbor Productions.
Lisa Beans – Board MemberLisa lives in New Oxford with her husband Mark of 27 years. They have four children Amber, Corey, Wesley, and Connor. She was born in Florida and raised in Northern Virginia. She and her family moved to New Oxford, “the small town with the beautiful circle” in 1994 – Lisa has been actively involved in the community for many years. For the past eight years she has been involved with the New Oxford Football Boosters, where she currently holds a board position. Lisa has been employed with Snyder’s Lance Inc. since 2012 in Credit/Collections and with Hanover Hospital in Communications since 2009. Lisa is currently involved with Community Media as a Host of “Open House”.
Rex Walter – Board Member
Robert Witt – Board Member