Alan Wagmeister

Director of Communications

Alan Wagmeister, Director of Communication, is a former news director with more than 20 years in the television news business. He is an award winning journalist including an Emmy Award and Associated Press award for Best Documentary. Alan’s career began with ABC News in New York working on national news magazine called Day One with Diane Sawyer and Forest Sawyer. He worked for ABC News for several years including shows such as Turning Point, PrimeTime Live and 20/20. Alan later joined Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel and then NBC News Documentaries. Alan became familiar with Entheos Audioloy Cooperative while working on a documentary for his T.V. station. He went on the Zambia trip which greatly touched him. “Going on the mission trip reminded me of why I got into the news business. I wanted to help people,” says Alan. “Most of my work stems from that idea … whether it be an investigation to help a group of people and point out an injustice or just helping one person at a time. That’s what I wanted to do. When I saw the great work Entheos was doing, I could not pass up this opportunity to try to make a difference.” Alan has a Bachelor of Arts from Penn State University in Mass Communications and a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from New York University. He currently lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana with is wife, Mary, and his daughter, Kyra.