FilmDayton Announces Officers for 2014

FilmDayton, the nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening the regional film community, has announced new officers elected to support

Nicole Richter elected 2014 FilmDayton Board President

Nicole Richter elected 2014 FilmDayton Board President

the growing organization in 2014.

Supporting FilmDayton in leadership roles as of December 10, 2013:

  • Dr. Nicole Richter, Area Coordinator and Associate Professor at Wright State University Motion Pictures Program, takes the helm as the President of the Board of Trustees.
  • Shaunn Baker, Managing Partner at Worldstage Media, continues as Vice-President.
  • David Temmesfeld, Independent Filmmaker, is the newly elected Secretary.
  • Lisa Grigsby, Special Events Director at AIDS Resource Center Ohio, continues as Treasurer.

Ron Rollins, Associate Editor at Cox Media Group, steps down as president and will continue to serve on the board as Past-President. Other trustees continuing their service include: Basim Blunt, Project Coordinator at WYSO’s Community Voices; Andrew Estevez, Television Production Specialist at City of Dayton and Owner, Plastic Image, LLC; Dennis Greene, Professor of Law at University of Dayton School of Law; Karri O’Reilly, Producer/DGA Production Manager; Lyric Rillera, President & Founder of Resources Unlimited & The Write Place, LLC; Terry Welker, AIA Chief Building Official at City of Kettering and Sculptor/Architect at Welker Studio; Shaun Yu, Executive Director at Discover Classical 88.1FM (WDPR).

“Our Board of Trustees represents great leadership from educational, civic, entertainment, and business industries. FilmDayton is honored to have such a dedicated team volunteering their talents to support our mission,” said Megan Cooper, Executive Director of FilmDayton. Cooper continues, “This new committee of officers is already pushing our growing organization to serve the community in new ways through educational, professional development and community engagement opportunities. It’ll be a great year under their leadership.”

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