Newly-Elected Governors for 2020–2021 Term Announced
Television Academy Announces Newly Elected Governors for 2020–2021 Term
The Television Academy today announced the newly elected members to the Board of Governors who will serve a two-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2020–Dec. 31, 2021.
Governors elected to serve a first-ever two-year term are: Kim Coleman; Jill Dickerson; Jo DiSante; Joe Earle, CAS; Joel Fajnor; Christie Lyn Lugo Leigh; Luke Reichle; Renee Villafan; and Derek Spears.
Governors elected to serve a new two-year term after a one or multiple-year absence from the Television Academy's governing body are: Kathryn Burns, Tony Carey and Ed Fassl.
Additionally, governors reelected to serve a second two-year term are: Lesley Aletter; Bob Bergen; Daniel H. Birman; Scott Boyd, ACE; Jeffrey A. Calderon; Rich Carter; Terri D. Carter; Keiren Fisher; Greg Kupiec; Judalina Neira; Glenn Rigberg; Jeff Russo; Jill Sanford; Lori H. Schwartz; John Simmons, ASC; Halina Siwolop; Steven Spignese; and Michael Spiller.
Newly elected members to the Board of Governors:
|PEER GROUP||Governor until 12/31/21|
|ART DIRECTORS/SET DECORATORS||Halina Siwolop|
|CASTING DIRECTORS||Kim Coleman|
|CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING||Jill Sanford|
|CINEMATOGRAPHERS||John Simmons, ASC|
|COSTUME DESIGN & SUPERVISION||Luke Reichle|
|DAYTIME PROGRAMMING||Renee Villafan|
|DOCUMENTARY PROGRAMMING||Daniel H. Birman|
|INTERACTIVE MEDIA||Lori H. Schwartz|
|LIGHTING, CAMERA & TECHNICAL ARTS||Jeffrey A. Calderon|
|LOS ANGELES AREA||Christie Lyn Lugo Leigh|
|MAKEUP ARTISTS/HAIRSTYLISTS||Terri D. Carter|
|MOTION & TITLE DESIGN||Greg Kupiec|
|PICTURE EDITORS||Scott Boyd, ACE|
|PRODUCTION EXECUTIVES||Keiren Fisher|
|PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATIVES||Glenn Rigberg|
|PUBLIC RELATIONS||Steven Spignese|
|REALITY PROGRAMMING||Jill Dickerson|
|SOUND||Joe Earle, CAS|
|SOUND EDITORS||Ed Fassl|
|SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS||Derek Spears|
|TELEVISION EXECUTIVES||Jo DiSante|
The full list of 2020 governors will be available online Jan. 1, 2020, at TelevisionAcademy.com/Governors.
About the Television Academy
The Television Academy seeks to expand the horizons of television excellence. Through the programs, publications and events of the Academy and its Foundation, it strives to empower storytellers who shape the evolving television space. And it celebrates those who have excelled by recognizing their achievements through accolades and awards, including television's most coveted prize, the Primetime Emmy Award. For more information, please visit TelevisionAcademy.com.
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