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Time to Change A NEW YEAR, A NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR OUR GUILD O n Jan. 7, we welcomed many new members onto our board of di- rectors with a formal installation ceremony at the Guild's Hollywood office, and later that evening with a special din- ner in Santa Monica. That also meant bidding farewell to many incumbent board members. Some of them served for many years and either retired or chose not to run again. We thank all of those who served the membership and put in the time and commitment it takes to be a board member. One of the underlying reasons for our success as a local is that our Constitution & By Laws mandates the rotation of board seats. That allows for the retention of those who have experience, historical knowledge, and understanding of the political world we exist within. At the same time, it also allows for first-time members to be elected who can bring fresh ideas and insights. There is incredible value to that type of diversity. The upcoming years are going to be extremely challenging, and the unity among the board will need to be at the forefront of all we do. That means respect for differing viewpoints and the underlying mantra that we are all working toward the same goal of serving the membership and working to im- prove your working lives. It is only through this kind of unity that we will continue to achieve success. On the following pages, I wanted to share with you some photos from our Jan. 7 installation and dinner. I know that you will enjoy them, and I also hope you will take the opportunity to get to know your new board members. ■ The new Editors Guild Board of Directors, photographed on January 7, 2023. P H OT O : D E V E R I L L W E E K E S 7 S P R I N G Q 1 I S S U E F R O M C A T H Y R E P O L A , N A T I O N A L E X E C U T I V E D I R E C T O R

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