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Congratulations to the newly elected or re-elected members of the Motion Picture Editors Guild’s 2018 Board of Directors. The election results were announced December 14.

The new members will take office on January 1, 2018, and will be officially inducted at the Guild’s first Board meeting of the new year on Saturday, January 13, which will be followed by the annual Board Installation dinner later that evening.

Following is the list of members newly elected or re-elected to the Board. (Members new to the Board are indicated by *)

 Margaret Guinee*         Tom Fleischman, CAS
         Stephanie Lowry
 Aziza Ngozi         Mitsuko Alexandra Yabe (Alternate) *          
 Sean Thompson *                    RE-RECORDING/SCORING MIXER
 Scott A. Jacobs *         EDITOR          Lora Hirschberg *
          Mary DeChambres, ACE           
 AT LARGE         Stephen Rivkin, ACE         SOUND EDITOR
 Paul Overacker         Tatiana S. Riegel, ACE *         Stephanie Brown
          Dody Dorn, ACE *          

Those not returning to the Board include Assistant Editors Dave Jackson and Richard Sanchez; Eastern Region Alternate Fred Rosenberg; Editors John Vitale and Michael Tronick, ACE; and Re-Recording Mixer Aaron Glascock. 

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