Regina Eisenberg has over 25 years’ experience pitching programs from PBS, APT and NETA to PBS stations’ programming executives. She spent 20 years at KQED, San Francisco Public Television, before creating Regina Eisenberg | Station Relations (fka) R Eisenberg Presents. In 1999 American Public Television honored Regina with their Most Valuable Person (MVP) Award, for her station relations work.
Regina Eisenberg | Station Relations (fka) R Eisenberg Presents: Providing station relations services to independent producers and American public television stations to optimize broadcast of public television programs on PBS stations.
Awarded the first “Most Valuable Person (MVP)” award for my station relations work from American Public Television.
KQED-San Francisco Public Television
Prior to 1987
Co-Author with Dr. Jacob Needleman, “States of Consciousness” (The Encyclopedia of Religion)
College Instructor in Psychology (San Francisco State University, 1984)
Intern College Instructor in Psychology (College of Marin, 1985)
Editor: Articles for psychoanalytic journals and computer manuals
San Francisco State University
M.A., Psychology (1984)
B.A. Psychology (1982)
Summa Cum Laude
Phi Beta Kappa
References available upon request.