Michael Fragale is Vice President for Educational Programming and Services for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. He leads CPB's strategic education projects and content investments and connects CPB efforts with public media stakeholders and national educational organizations.
Fragale is the former Director of Content and Strategy for the PBS Adult Learning Service (ALS), where he managed several initiatives including the successful launch of PBSCampus.org. He was part of the team that secured a $15 million grant from the U. S. Department of Education that seeded PBS's GED and literacy initiatives. Prior to his work at PBS, he was an academic program manager for SAS Institute, a leading business intelligence and predictive analytics software company.
A veteran of public broadcasting, Fragale began his public broadcasting career as a news writer and associate producer for WHYY-FM, the public radio station in Philadelphia.