- Published on Friday, 18 November 2011 09:38
Peter is married and living in Northeast Philadelphia.
He has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Temple University and has retired from doing social work with older adults and the disabled after twenty years of dedicated service.
Peter spends much of his time working part-time in a health food store and volunteering for The Nature Conservancy and Associated Services for the Blind. Other interests and hobbies include weatherwatching, nature photography, hiking, and rhythm and blues music.
David is a recent newcomer to ASB's Streaming Audio Services and is the voice behind the Philadelphia Inquirer, Time Magazine and The National Enquirer.
David is a retired supervisor with the Philadelphia Department of Recreation, where one of his duties was coordinating Bingo For The Blind at Carousel House in Fairmount Park, the Department's facility for people with disabilities.
He received his degree in Communications and Theater from Temple University, where he acted in Children's Theater. He recently performed with the Department of Recreation's Vogue Players in productions of "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "Guys and Dolls."
This past spring an article he wrote about his days as the Phillies' visiting team's batboy was published in Jersey Man Magazine.
He resides in the Somerton section of Northeast Philadelphia.
Jerry has been a broadcast volunteer for ASB since 2007. You may have heard him reading from the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Daily News, the National Enquirer, and most recently the grocery advertisements. His material can also be heard on the National Federation of the Blind’s (NFB) telephone access service.
Jerry’s first experience as a broadcaster was while he was in high school in Memphis, Tennessee, where he regularly appeared on a local station. His career has included professional work in the theatre as an actor, director and producer both on and Off-Broadway. He has also produced national television programs, as well as providing coaching and career representation for television news anchors and reporters. He served as a communications and crisis management consultant for the executives of many multinational corporations. He worked extensively with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month activities.
Jerry is now retired and fills his time volunteering, writing, taking classes and traveling.
Lori Wilson joined NBC10 in 2005 as a general assignment reporter. She can currently be seen co-anchoring NBC10 News Today (Monday-Friday from 4:30-7am) and anchoring NBC10 News at 11am (Monday-Friday at 11am). An Emmy-nominated host and anchor, Wilson also spent four years co-hosting The 10! Show.
Before joining NBC10, Wilson worked as a morning anchor, weekend anchor, entertainment reporter and general assignment reporter at WGCL in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to joining WGCL, Wilson was a news anchor and health reporter for KSLA in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Wilson’s love for writing and storytelling is what led her to choose a career as a television news broadcaster. In 1997, while working as an intern at WGCL (formerly WGNX), she landed her first television-broadcasting job at WCIA in Champaign, Illinois.
In her spare time, Lori enjoys lending her voice to those who don't have access to the written word because of blindness and visual impairments. You'll be able to hear Lori reading spiritual-based publications which are available as DAISY downloads and ASB's Internet Streaming Service.