Chicago Coordinating Committee Election Results

CCC CoChairs

November 8, 2017

The DGA Chicago Coordinating Committee (CCC) members recently reelected Directors John McNaughton and Thomas Wekony, Jr. to continue serving as co-chairs of the Committee. The following members were also elected to serve on the Committee:

Newly elected to serve until 2019: Directors Kwame Amoaku, Monica Gonzalez, Tracey Lafferty, John McNaughton, Harlan Shapiro, Marc Shaykin, Cheryl Stutzke and Thomas Wekony, Jr.; and AD/UPMs Valerie Bulinski, Lorin Fulton and Nick Rafferty.

Continuing to serve until 2018: Director Nadine Aloisio-Sorenson; AD/UPMs Gretchen Brown, Jon Dombro, Richard Lederer, James McAllister and Natasha Parker; and AD/SM/PAs Carl Alaimo, Jr., Guy DiBenedetto and John Pudelek.

Newly-elected CCC Alternates: Directors Wm. Davis Goolsby, C. Joseph Hoffman and Rita Coburn Whack; AD/UPMs Senica Billingsley, Adam Boor, Anthony E. Cabral, Al Nolan Cohn, Brian “Bfair” Fairley, Judith Friedman, Elizabeth Goldsmith, Peter R. Gordon, Carrie Holt de Lama, Aiman Humaideh, Kevin McGrail, John Quilico and Vail Romeyn; and AD/SM/PPA Amanda D’Anca.

CCC CoChairsJohn McNaughton

A member of the Chicago Coordinating Committee since 2007, McNaughton was first elected to the Co-Chair post in 2013. His directing credits include the feature films The Harvest, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Mad Dog & Glory and Wild Things; the documentaries Condo Painting and Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll; the movies for television Lansky, Expert Witness and Girls in Prison; the pilot for the series Push, Nevada; and episodes of the series Without a Trace, Masters of Horror and Homicide: Life on the Streets., McNaughton has been a member of the DGA since 1991.

CCC CoChairsThomas Wekony, Jr.

A member of the Chicago Coordinating Committee since 2013, Wekony’s credits include serving as a Director at WLS-TV in Chicago, IL; and in various roles at additional local stations. He has been a DGA member since 2011.

About the Chicago Coordinating Committee

The CCC was formed in the mid 1960s to coordinate Guild activities in the Midwestern Area, including acting as liaison between members and the Guild, disseminating information, and promoting public awareness of the Guild. The Committee participates in a number of events during the year, in order to fulfill its goals of facilitating the exchange of ideas among members, maintaining contacts with other guilds and unions, and furthering professional opportunities for all Midwestern members.