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Cinema Audio Society Announces 2022 Board of Directors

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CAS Board 2022
Image via Alex J. Berliner/ABImages

Following the successful return of the 58th CAS Awards as an in-person event, the Cinema Audio Society has announced the results of its March election for the CAS Board of Directors. 

Re-elected to their executive positions were Vice President Steve Venezia and Secretary Frank Morrone. They will continue to serve alongside President Karol Urban and Treasurer Lee Orloff.

Two incumbent production directors, Willie D. Burton and Stephen Tibbo, were re-elected to serve with Amanda Beggs, Peter Kurland, Phillip W. PalmerJeff Wexler, and former CAS President Mark Ulano.

In post-production, CAS welcomes a new board member, Christian Minkler, who fills the seat vacated by Marti Humphrey. Additionally, incumbents David Bondelevitch, Tom Fleischman, and Sherry Klein were re-elected. These directors will serve with the remaining sitting members: Onnalee Blank, Bob BronowTara Paul, and former CAS President Mike Minkler.

“We were fortunate as an organization to have volunteer board members who respond to challenge with a renewed sense of service and a commitment to the community,” CAS President Urban said in a statement.”With tremendous gratitude, I thank the dedicated individuals of the Cinema Audio Society’s Board of Directors.”

Click here for the results of the 58th annual CAS Awards.

2022 CAS Board of Directors photo:

Top Row: Steve Venezia, Christian Minkler, Bob Bronow, Amanda Beggs, David E. Fluhr, Stephen Tibbo, Willie D. Burton. Bottom Row: Onnalee Blank, Richard Lightstone, Melissa Hofmann, Mark Ulano, Sherry Klein, Ed Moskowitz, and Karol Urban.

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