Brian Ouellette, a Rotary Club of Woburn member since 2016, has been elected president of the Rotary Club of Woburn. He succeeds Joe Ciulla who served for the past year. Ceremonies were recently held at the District 7930 event at Danversport. Rotary Club of Woburn meets in the Program Room at the Woburn Public Library, 45 Pleasant Street, every other Tuesday at noon. Ouellette is the executive director of Woburn Public Media Center based at Woburn Memorial High School. Ouellette is a five time Telly Award winning producer who graduated from Peabody Veterans Memorial High School in 1982. He then went on to Suffolk University and the New York Institute of Photography. He produced his first full-length documentary in 2003 about his family's three generations of jazz drummers called "Three of a Kind". He moved to Woburn in 1994 and in 2006 formed his own production company called Plasma Films and joined the Woburn Historical Society. There, he collaborated with Kathy Lucero and the late Woburn historian John McElhiney to produce such documentaries as "Woburn - A Leather City" (2008 Telly Award winner), "Serve and Protect - A History of the Woburn Police Department", and "Ever Ready in Time of Danger - A History of the Woburn Fire Department". 
In 2009 Brian was hired by the Trustees of the Woburn Public Library to produce a public awareness film about the need to renovate and expand the "National Historic Landmark" Library. Working with Woburn native Clare Murphy, the film called "Your Community, Your Library" won a Telly Award in 2010. The years 2012 and 2013 brought two more Telly Awards to his desk with two more films in collaboration with the Woburn Historical Society. 
Ouellette notes that he is thrilled to be involved with the many local, as well as national and international projects the world-wide Rotary Club undertakes. Also he noted, "I am honored to be working at WPMC and continuing the mission to the City of Woburn that has been established by the WPMC board of directors."