Meet our Community Servants
Below are some of the people who make it possible for us to bring you the Village Connector Community. Without their dedication, loyalty, hard work and vision, this community would not exist.
Glenn Garnes is the founder of Village Connector Community. Glenn is a retired attorney with a passion for helping people achieve more. His desire to create The Village Connector has its roots in his youth as an active member of his local YMCA, where he consistently participated in leadership training and community service. Glenn’s gift is for seeing the biggest picture and showing people how they can step into it for themselves.
Mia Zachary is responsible for Content Resources and Creation for both members and clients of the Village Connector Community. A professional writer and marketing strategist, Mia is dedicated to helping develop programming, advance our technology, and assist our community members with their hopes, dreams and desires.
Community Servant- Social Media
Collette Desroches serves the Village in the capacity as our social media coordinator. Collette’s efforts allow us to reach out to people around the world and extend an invitation for them to join the Village. Collette has a special interest in social media marketing and operates how own business as a virtual assistant specializing in social media.
Community Servant - TV Production
Rodney Minor is the Executive Producer of Village Connector TV. Rodney is an industry professional with over 25 years of experience in field production and general television operations. He coordinates all aspects of our content production, including show concepts, talent, field operations, technology, and production.
Community Servant - Studio Engineer
Melissa Aymold is the studio engineer for Village Connector TV. Melissa graduated from Towson University in 2005 with a Bachelors Degree in Electronic Media and Film. She is the Assistant General Manager at MMC-TV where she has worked for the past 14 years, directing and editing locally produced programming.