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‘I am honored to have been chosen by my peers to serve as President, and am committed to continuing our Guild’s great legacy of protecting the economic and creative rights of our members — always with our eye on the future’ said Glatter in a statement.
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“And there is nothing that makes me more hopeful about our future than looking around at this formidable, profoundly creative and incredibly diverse Board representing the future of this industry,” continued Glatter, who has been a member of the DGA since 1985 and recently served as a vp on the Guild’s National Board. “I am blown away by their generosity of spirit and dedication to serving their fellow members, even as they juggle such demanding and successful careers. In these times of great technological and cultural change, we stand ready to take on the challenges that lie ahead. And just as we have throughout our 85-year history, together we will prevail.”
With DGA presidents serving two-year terms, Glatter will lead during negotiations for the union’s next Basic Agreement, which are
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