Tessil J. Collins is the owner of the Spectrum Broadcasting Corporation and the Director, University/Business Partnerships, Extended Learning & Grant Management at Dorchester Academy, a Boston Public High School.
From 2006 – 2009, Mr. Collins held the position of Senior Coordinator of Arts, Media and Communications Technology in the Boston Public Schools’ Office of High School Support/Career & Technical Education.
He co-facilitated the BPS report “Tech-Voc 2000”, a study of Career and Technical Education programs in Boston, was chairman of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education’s Radio & Broadcasting Frameworks Committee, and holds an Assistant Superintendent certification in Career & Technical Education.
Tessil also spent 22 years as a teacher of Communication Arts/Television Production at the Humphrey Occupational Resource Center & Madison Park Technical Vocational High School. Mr. Collins is a graduate of the Boston Latin School, Tufts University, Boston University’s Executive Management Program, and a Board Member and Vice President of the Ford Hall forum.