Election Results for 2020 Board Seats Bring Four New Members, and Sharon Smith Holley as Secretary

Celebrating at the 2017 Board Installation Dinner, Glenn Morgan, MPSE, Diane Adler, ACE, and Assistant Editor Sharon Smith Holley. Photo by Martin Cohen

The results are in.

Members of the Motion Picture Editors Guild have voted for the 2020 Board of Directors, including Officers.

The one newly elected Officer is visual effects editor Sharon Smith Holley, who will become Secretary. Holley will replace Diane Adler, who is departing the Board following 36 years of service.

The other Board members who are departing are Dave Barnaby, Chad Birmingham, Jeff Burman, and Alexa Zimmerman.

The new members are Erik C. Andersen, Craig Eustis, John Morris, and Andrew Timm, according to results tabulated Thursday.

The Guild mailed out 8,387 ballots; 1,407 were returned.

Here’s a complete list of the new Board makeup, by job category:

 

Newly elected Officer:
Sharon Smith Holley, Secretary

Returning Officers:
Alan Heim, President
F. Hudson Miller, VP
Louis Bertini, 2nd VP
Rachel B. Igel, Treasurer
Bill Elias, Sergeant at Arms

Assistant Editor
Shiran Carolyn Amir
Craig Eustis, new to the Board

Eastern Region
Damian Begley
Andrew Timm, new to the Board

Editor
Nancy Richardson
Lisa Zeno Churgin
Dorian Harris
Sidney Wolinsky
Erik C. Andersen, new to the Board

Engineer
Joe Birkman

Film Technician
Frank Delgado, Jr.

Recordist
Bubba Nichols

Re-recording/Scoring Mixer
Lora Hirschberg

Sound Editor
Jerry Ross
John Morris, new to the Board
Glenn T. Morgan

Outgoing Members:
Diane Adler 1983 -2019
Dave Barnaby 2017-2019
Chad Birmingham 2017-2019
Jeff Burman 1992-2019
Alexa Zimmerman 2008-2019

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