Interim Co-Chief Operating Officer and Chief Revenue Officer
Lilli Mosco is Chief Revenue Officer at WQED Multimedia, a position she has held since January 2000. She is responsible for WQED’s Membership Department; Development Department, which includes major, mid-level and planned giving, and the Foundations and Government Grants Department.
Under Ms. Mosco’s tenure, WQED instituted a series of affinity clubs, including the WQED History Club, WQED Cooks Club, and WQED Presents Club.
She also instituted The Producer’s Society, one of the system’s first mid-level giving programs to provide personalized service to mid-level donors and to bridge the gap between transactional and philanthropic giving.
The start of her career at WQED began in 1990 and she left in 1995 to become Manager of Individual Gifts for Magee Womens Hospital Health Foundation, and returned to WQED in 1997 to become Director of Development. Prior to WQED, she worked for the City of Pittsburgh in labor relations.
Ms. Mosco has been a presenter on various fundraising topics at several PBS Development Conferences and has served on the PBS Development Advisory Committee.
A Pittsburgh native, Ms. Mosco lives in Shaler.
Interim Co-Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Mike Waruszewski is the Chief Financial Officer and member of the executive staff of WQED Multimedia.
At WQED, he is responsible for compiling the annual company operating and capital budget, overseeing the annual audit process, cash flow, and compliance with FCC and CPB financial regulations, as well as facilities, information technology and human resources. He is staff liaison with the WQED Board of Directors on all financial matters and reports to the Finance, Business and Operations Committee and Audit Committee on WQED’s financial structure. He serves on WQED’s Capital Needs Committee to plan and fund updates to WQED’s technical and broadcast capabilities and improvements to the WQED building and campus.
He has more than 20 years of experience with progressive responsibilities in accounting, finance, business development, facilities and management. He serves as a member of the PMBA Strategic Business & Planning Committee.
Mr. Waruszewski is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown where he earned a BS in Accounting. Prior to rejoining WQED in 2013, he worked as a Business Line Controller and Vice President for the Bank of New York Mellon.
Mr. Waruszewski lives in Plum with his wife Barbara and their two children.