Award-Winning Television Broadcaster Jeff Bartlett Joins the Board of Directors

The Wright Museum of WWII proudly announces the appointment of Jeff Bartlett, an esteemed veteran television broadcaster, to its board of directors. With an illustrious career marked by deep journalism and extensive management experience, Bartlett brings a wealth of expertise and insight to the museum’s leadership team.

Bartlett’s remarkable career trajectory has seen him ascend to senior executive positions in numerous top TV markets across the United States. His journey culminated in leadership roles at some of the nation’s most prominent television stations, including the last 20 years at WMUR where among other things he started the New Hampshire version of Chronicle.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jeff Bartlett to the board of the Wright Museum of WWII,” said Andy Mako, Chair of the Board of Directors. “His outstanding track record in journalism and leadership, combined with his passion for preserving history, will undoubtedly enrich our institution and advance our mission of honoring the legacy of the Greatest Generation.”

Among the many boards Bartlett has served on are the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters, Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Palace Theater, NH Business Committee for the Arts, and NH Political Library. His diverse range of experiences underscores his dedication to community involvement and cultural enrichment.

“Growing up with a father who served as a Marine in WWII deeply influenced my understanding of duty, sacrifice, and honor,” Bartlett shared. “His experiences in the South Pacific instilled in me a profound respect for the bravery and resilience of those who served during that tumultuous time.”

Jeff Bartlett’s appointment to the board of the Wright Museum of WWII underscores the institution’s commitment to excellence and innovation as it continues to serve as a vital resource for historical education and commemoration.