Peggy Pancoe Rosoff grew up in Winnetka, Illinois on the north shore of Chicago. She received her BS in Broadcasting and Film from Boston University and then lived in Los Angeles for 30 years where she started a family and produced television variety specials for the networks and subsequently became involved in Special Events at the Petersen Automotive Museum where she supervised events ranging from 30 to 3,000 attendees. Peggy relocated to Wilmington, North Carolina in 2006 to join her father in the Real Estate Development business. She has volunteered on a number of Wilmington institutions including The University of North Carolina Wilmington Parents Council, Board of Visitors and Friends of UNCW, the Cameron Museum of Art and non-profit boards: Child Advocacy, Blue Ribbon Commission on the Prevention of Youth Violence, and the United Jewish Appeal of Wilmington. Currently she serves on the Cucalorus Festival Development Workgroup, the Board of the Sister Cities of Wilmington and is a founder of the Wilmington Jewish Film Festival, now in it's 6th year where she remains active on the PR Committee and in an advisory capacity. Peggy has been called a Wilmington "influencer"! She is a member of the Kavanotes (Bnai Israel Synagogue choir), plays lots of Tennis and has a small company, Peggy Photo Books, that creates photo books for busy people. She loves WHQR and if at home or in the car, it is on her radio!