Public Broadcasting Atlanta Board of Directors Elects Two New Members

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Andy Chang and Edwin Marcial Bring Significant Marketing and Technology Experience

Public Broadcasting Atlanta announced the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors: Executive Director of Marketing and Physician Outreach at Piedmont Healthcare Andy Chang, and former founding Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President for the Intercontinental Exchange Edwin Marcial.

“We welcome Andy Chang and Edwin Marcial to the board and look forward to the value their extensive experience in the areas of marketing and information technology will bring,” said Charles Taylor, Chair, Board of Directors Public Broadcasting Atlanta. “They will be true assets to our existing board.”

The two new members join a board of 19 prominent community leaders who guide and implement the mission of PBA — “to educate, entertain and empower as we connect people to each other and the world.” PBA’s media services include public television (ATL PBA), public radio (WABE 90.1) and cultural events hub (Atlanta PlanIt).

“We are so honored to have Andy and Edwin join our Board. They both embody the spirit of community while bringing passion and expertise to the table,” said Public Broadcasting Atlanta President and CEO, Wonya Lucas. “We are confident that they will contribute to the advancement of our mission.”

About Andrew Chang

Mr. Chang is the Executive Director of Marketing and Physician Outreach at Piedmont Healthcare, where he leads a team to increase awareness and volume at all eleven hospitals and practices throughout the region.

Prior to this role, Mr. Chang was head of marketing for Stan Johnson Company, Director of Corporate Marketing for UPS, and Director of Marketing Strategy for AirTran Airways, where he was in charge of the A+ Rewards frequent flier program, marketing strategy, research and analytics.

Mr. Chang previously served on Public Broadcasting Atlanta’s advisory board and marketing committee. He currently serves on the Board for the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. He has also served as Board Chair for Dad’s Garage Theatre, and on other board and advisory boards for Leadership Atlanta, The Alliance Theatre, VOX Atlanta, the Atlanta Asian American Chamber of Commerce, the Asian American Heritage Foundation, the Metro Atlanta Arts and Culture Coalition and (co)lab Atlanta. He is a graduate of LEAD (2007), served as co-chair for the Class of 2010,co-founded the Alumni Association, and is in the class of Leadership Atlanta 2019. He is also a graduate of the Arts Leaders of Metro Atlanta program and Outstanding Atlanta.

About Edwin Marcial

Mr. Marcial is the former founding Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President for the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). Under his technical leadership ICE had tremendous success including a record IPO in 2005, the fastest exchange trading platform in the futures industry by 2009, and an acquisition of the New York Stock Exchange in 2013. ICE is currently the largest financial marketplace in the world, and is valued at over 40 billion dollars. After 18 years of service, Edwin left ICE in 2014 to pursue other interests.

Today, Mr. Marcial advises, invests in, and builds several early stage software companies including SwatchPop!, Rigor, Ionic Security, Intrinio, Logistics Exchange, SnapNurse, and Ad Reform.

Mr. Marcial serves on the Atlanta board for Year Up. The non-profit organization helps to bridge the opportunity divide by empowering disadvantaged young adults with training and career opportunities in technology. He is also a volunteer instructor for students learning software development at Year Up – a program he helped create.

About Public Broadcasting Atlanta

Public Broadcasting Atlanta is comprised of three dynamic, community-first platforms, WABE 90.1, ATL PBA and Atlanta PlanIt. Together, they bring NPR news, PBS programming, music, arts and cultural information to hundreds of thousands of listeners and viewers each year. As a broadcast service of Atlanta Public Schools, in partnership with the Atlanta Educational Telecommunications Collaborative (AETC), PBA has never lost sight of its original mission. Education remains at the core of our operation at every level, from children to adults.