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Art Directors Guild Unveils Spring 2022 Election Results; Chuck Parker and Joel Cohen Win Top Races

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The Art Directors Guild has announced its Spring 2022 Election Results, and Chuck Parker has been re-elected as the guild’s National Executive Director, while Joel Cohen will serve as Associate National Executive Director.

There were 827 total votes cast — 466 AD Craft votes, 86 IMA Craft votes, 163 STG Craft votes, and 112 SDMM Craft votes.

Candidates are listed in order of received votes, and an asterisk (*) indicates that a candidate ran unopposed, thereby winning by default.

The full ADG election results can be found below:

National Executive Director and Associate National Executive Director

National Executive Director – 3-year term, June 1, 2022 ending May 31, 2025

Chuck Parker – 391

Thomas Walsh – 171

Mimi Gramatky – 114

Susan Largent – 91

Marcia Hinds – 39

Associate National Executive Director – 3-year term, June 1, 2022 ending May 31, 2025

Joel Cohen – 421

dooner – 388

AD Craft Seats

AD Council Chair / Board Member:

Evan Rohde*

AD Council Vice Chair: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Susan Bolles*

AD Council Secretary: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Nikki Rudloff*

AD Council Treasurer: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Oana B. Miller – 171

Amanda Knehans – 161

Jack Taylor, Jr. – 110

Two (2) AD Board Member: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Mark Worthington – 322

Dina Lipton – 197

Tracy Dishman – 185

Greg Silverman – 89

Two (2) AD Council Member Seats: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending May 31, 2025

Korey Washington – 240

Michele Yu – 207

Michael Allen Glover – 96

Dina Lipton – 92

Matthew Holt – 71

Almitra Corey – 56

Steven Hudosh – 30

Greg Silverman – 26

IMA Craft Seats

IMA Council Chair / Board Member3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Tim Wilcox*

IMA Council Vice Chair3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Jarid Boyce*

IMA Council Secretary3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

OPEN

IMA Council Treasurer3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Casey Bernay*

Two (2) IMA Council Member Seats: 3-year term: June 1, 2022 – May 31, 2025

Chris Brandt *

Fae Corrigan*

SDMM Craft Seats

SDMM Council Chair / Board Member: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Kristen Davis*

SDMM Council Vice Chair: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Adriana Dardas*

SDMM Council Secretary: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Carol Bentley*

SDMM Council Treasurer: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Marco Miehe*

Two (2) SDMM Council Member Seats: 3-year term: June 1, 2021, ending on May 31, 2024

Rebecca Coulter McAusland*

Sam Ogden*

SDMM Council Member Seat: prorated term, starting January 1, 2021 to May 31, 2024

OPEN

STG Craft Seats

STG Council Chair/Board Member3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

Clint Schultz*

STG Council Vice Chair: 3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

TJ Searl*

STG Council Secretary:  3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

OPEN

STG Council Treasurer:  3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending on May 31, 2025

OPEN

Two (2) STG Board Member Seats3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending May 31, 2025

Alex Maziekien*

Eric Rosenberg*

Two (2) STG Council Member Seats3-year term: June 1, 2022, ending May 31, 2025

Johnny LeBlanc*

Anastasia Sergeeva*

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