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Behind the scenes, Bruno stands out

ost kids watching Nickelodeon and TV Land don’t think about the real people who put their favorite shows like Blue’s Clues, Rugrats and I Love Lucy on television. But one of those real people is Raquel Bruno ’93, coordinator of acquisitions for Nickelodeon, TV Land and Nick at Nite, who recently received the MTV Networks/Viacom employee of the year award.

“It was a big surprise,” said Bruno. “I’ve only been there for four years, so I never thought I would get the award.” She was recognized for her contribution to Nickelodeon’s launch of TV Land, her team spirit, positive attitude and willingness to teach others.

Bruno attributes much of her success to her former boss who passed away in 1994. “Her determination was a true inspiration for me,” said Bruno, who established a summer internship program in her boss’ honor.

Bruno also volunteers for area shelters collecting toys and clothing and with Nickelodeon’s nationwide Big Help program which encourages and motivates kids to become involved in their communities through volunteering.

from summer ’97

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