Leaders

The DGA is governed by an elected National Board of Directors made up of actively working DGA members and is managed by a professional staff of 140.

 


Officers
Paris Barclay
Paris Barclay
DGA President
Vince Misiano
Vincent Misiano
National Vice-President
Michael Apted
Michael Apted
Secretary-Treasurer
Scott Berger
Scott Berger
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer
Betty Thomas
Betty Thomas
First Vice-President
Gary Donatelli
Gary Donatelli
Second Vice-President
Thomas Schlamme
Thomas Schlamme
Third Vice-President
Jace Alexander
Jace Alexander
Fourth Vice-President
Jon Favreau
Jon Favreau
Fifth Vice-President
John LiBretto
John LiBretto
Sixth Vice-President
National Board Members
Lesli Linka Glatter
Lesli Linka Glatter
Taylor Hackfor
Taylor Hackford
DGA National Board Members
Brooke Kennedy
Cleve Landsberg
Cleve Landsberg
DGA National Board Members
Mimi Leder
Don Mischer
Donald Petrie
Donald Petrie
Scott Rindenow
Scott L. Rindenow
Liz Ryan
Liz Ryan
Steven Spielberg
Mary Rae Thewlis
Mary Rae Thewlis
Alternate Board Members
Jon Avnet
Jon Avnet
Laura Belsey
Laura Belsey
Karen Gaviola
Karen Gaviola
Todd Holland
Todd Holland
Randal Kleiser
Randal Kleiser
Michael Mann
Michael Mann
Jonathan Mostow
Jonathan Mostow
Matt Penn
Matthew Penn
DGA National Board Members
Rosemary Rodriguez
Millicent Shelton
Millicent Shelton
Jesus Trevino
Jesus Treviño
Michael Zinberg
Michael Zinberg
Associate Board Members
Alan Curtiss
Alan Curtiss
Duncan Henderson
Duncan S. Henderson
Dennis Mazzocco
Dennis W. Mazzocco
Kathleen McGill
Kathleen McGill
Barbara Roche
Barbara Roche
Second Alternate Board Members
Lee Blain
Lee Blaine
Timothy Engle
Timothy G. Engle
Julie Gelfand
Julie Gelfand
DGA National Board Members
Louis J. Guerra
DGA National Board Members
Bill Miller
Jennie O'Keefe
Jennie O'Keefe
Contact
DGA Main Number 310-289-2000 or 800-421-4173
Fearless Leaders

In the last two decades, Guild presidents have continued the fight for economic and creative rights.

A Guild is Born

The forward-thinking directors who came together to found the Guild in 1936 were seeking to protect the same creative rights the Guild fights for today.