LMC Media Names New Board Members
and Director of Development

Lauren Lambert

Chris Gianutsos

Francile Albright

LMC Media has announced the addition of Lauren Lambert and Chris Gianutsos to the Board of Directors and Francile Albright as Director of Development. They will support and grow the organization as it celebrates 40 years of service to the community.


“LMC is strengthened by the experience and passion that Lauren and Chris bring to the Board,” says LMC Executive Director Matt Sullivan, “and we are excited to introduce Francile to the community. She brings a unique combination of experience in film, administration, programming, and fundraising to the team. We will lean on her expertise to help grow and diversify our sources of funding so that LMC can continue to serve the community well into the future.”


Lauren Lambert has been a project and client relations manager across several  industries, including insurance, technology, and design. She currently works for  a  family owned  insurance business in marketing and client relations. She has a master’s degree in city planning and is interested in building community awareness of local issues and increasing civic participation. Lauren’s volunteer experience includes being a STEM Alliance board member, a volunteer in local schools and on local elections and a fundraiser for her university.”


Chris Gianutsos is a Managing Director in the Digital Transformation Practice of Ernst & Young (EY). He specializes in digital strategy, operations, customer experience and marketing efforts for Tech, Media, and Telecom (TMT) companies and public sector clients. 


He holds a patent for a digital content integration and delivery system for TV & Film content and is a frequent speaker on a variety of trends in the M&E industry. Prior to joining EY, Chris held various roles within NBC Universal; there he was VP of Content Management, where he was responsible for the film and television archives spanning the 100-year history of the studio.


He holds an MBA in finance and marketing from Columbia University, and a B.S. in management information systems from UConn.


Francile Albright joins LMC as the Director of Development, having previously served as the Deputy Executive Director and Director of Education respectively at The Picture House Regional Film Center for the last seven years.


Francile has an extensive background in film fundraising and arts administration and education.  


She holds an MFA from the University of Washington, a Certificate of  Nonprofit Leadership from Columbia Business School and is the Chair of the Village of Pelham Council on the Arts. She has served as a board member for the Concordia Conservatory of Music in Bronxville and is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and New York Women in Film and Television. Francile has lived in the Village of Pelham with her husband and son since 2012. 


Mamaroneck Community Television (LMC Media) was founded in 1983 as a nonprofit organization under section 501 (C) (3) of the United States Internal Revenue Act. LMC Media’s mission is to connect, create, and inform the community through the use of digital media.