- 18 November 2014
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The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is staffing up its New York outpost. The organization opened the doors on its Manhattan Actors Center in May. Now, it's tapped Liz Spaulding to serve as its first New York director. She joins the Foundation from the City of New York Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment where she managed the $4 million annual incentive "Made in NY" Marketing Credit Program, among other tasks. She also worked for independent film distributor Tribeca Film
, managing the marketing efforts of over 20 new titles annually. “The opportunity to join such a vital arts organization and champion for the careers of New York performers as the SAG Foundation at this pivotal moment in its history does not come along twice," Spaulding said in a statement. "The SAG Foundation’s overall growth in New York is phenomenal and has brought the organization to a tipping point. I’m ready to help
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