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SAG Regional Branch Division Re-Elects Hartley-Margolin 3rd National Vice President

Filed in: Governance, Locals

Los Angeles (November 1, 2010) — On Friday, October 22, 2010, Screen Actors Guild’s Regional Branch Division Board of Directors re-elected David Hartley-Margolin to the position of 3rd national vice president of Screen Actors Guild for a third term.

Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors Meets in Los Angeles

Filed in: Governance

National Board Establishes SAG Portion of the Joint SAG/AFTRA Industrial and Education Contract

Los Angeles, (October 24, 2010) - Screen Actors Guild National Board of Directors met in a regularly scheduled, two-day plenary October 23 and 24, in the James Cagney Boardroom at SAG headquarters in Los Angeles.

SAG Division Elections Held in Hollywood and New York

Hollywood Division Elects Ned Vaughn 1st Vice President

New York Division Elects Mike Hodge 2nd Vice President

Screen Actors Guild Announces Results of 2010 National Board Elections

Filed in: Governance

Los Angeles (September 23, 2010)—Screen Actors Guild today announced elections results for the Guild’s National Board of Directors. Twenty-seven (27) of the 69 National Board seats were open for election this year, representing Screen Actors Guild’s Hollywood, New York and Regional Branch Divisions. The newly elected National Board members will assume office on September 25.

SAG National Board Honors Gloria Stuart

Gloria Stuart, one of Screen Actors Guild’s first members and one of the Guild’s first board members has been recognized by the National Board of Screen Actors Guild for her accomplishments and years of service to the union.

SAG Board Appoints National Chair of TV Animation and Basic Cable Animation Negotiating Committee

Filed in: Governance

SAG National Board of Directors Appoints Bob Bergen National Chair of Television Animation and Basic Cable Animation Negotiating Committee

 

SAG Mourns Passing of Lena Horne, First African American SAG Board Member

Screen Actors Guild mourns the passing of former SAG National Board Member Lena Horne. The legendary actor and jazz singer died Sunday, May 9, in New York City. She was 92. Horne was SAG’s first African American board member, serving from 1943-45.

Horne’s more than six-decade career began as a 16-year-old chorus girl at the fabled Cotton Club in Harlem in 1933, and would go on to span films, radio, television, recording, nightclubs, concert halls and Broadway.