Meghan Hochstetler, Robinson Film Center’s interim executive director, has been named executive director by the nonprofit’s board of directors.
Hochstetler has been at Robinson Film Center since 2011 helping to grow and sharpen RFC’s education and film programming. She took over as interim executive director in May from outgoing director Alexandyr Kent.
“I’m so proud to be a part of the Robinson Film Center team of board and staff members,” Hochstetler said. “I’m excited to continue working for and leading this organization that is very close to my heart.”
Hochstetler came to RFC in 2011 as a media educator. In 2012 she became education director and in 2015 was named director of audience. After earning a journalism degree from Louisiana Tech University, Hochstetler worked as a freelance writer for local publications like The Shreveport Times while also pursuing a career working with teenagers at area churches.
“We are very proud to announce Meghan Hochstetler as our new executive director,” said Justin Ricou, board president of RFC. “Meghan has done a magnificent job for Robinson Film Center. We are looking forward to continued success and great happenings at RFC.”