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Brennen Dickers

Brennen Dicker is general manager of Atlanta’s Bling Digital a division of The Sim Group. He also serves as the Chair SCAD’s Atlanta Advisory Council, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival Steering Committee and is an active member of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.

Linda Burns

A producer, line producer, and production supervisor for broadcast commercials, television series, and feature films, Linda also runs the PA Academy and teaches industry workshops. Linda also is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America and Film Fatales, and sits on the executive boards of Atlanta Film Society and Core of Culture.

Joan Karpeles

A true veteran of the Atlanta industry, Joan Karpels has been producing and writing in the Atlanta market for over 25 years. She has created award-winning work for national advertising agencies, nonprofit organizations, educational publishers and Fortune 500 corporations.

Michael Jackson

Started my career in Tulsa as a lighting technician, rigging grip, set carpenter and studio manager at a large private studio.
In the next phase worked in broadcasting as an operations engineer, photojournalist, editor and promotions producer.
Specialized as a post production editor in Nashville for 120 music videos which include clients like Garth Brooks and Easy-E.
Moved to Atlanta to pursue vfx and commercial post for agencies and networks at Editworks (now Company 3/Deluxe).
Eventually became a product specialist for manufacturers/systems integrators concentrating on storage and asset management.
Currently work as Director of Sales for DigitalGlue (LA/Atlanta) as a digital workflow consultant to studios and post facilities.

Aneesah Bray

Aneesah-Bray Power is a 27 year veteran of the entertainment industry specializing in Artist management and Tour Planning.She is also the Founder of Backstage Economic Alliance. A financial resource and education platform for those in the entertainment industry.

Susan Moss

With a background in production, acting and legal, Susan currently serves as the Regional Set Relations Representative for SAG-AFTRA and was the first Executive Director of Women in Film.
& Television Atlanta.

John Wilkins

The Industry and Community Relations committee is responsible for the monthly meeting topics and special speakers, as well as the GPP statewide Regional Meetings. The committee is also responsible for partnerships.

Melissa Goodman

Since 1992, Melissa has been Executive Director for the Atlanta Local of SAG-AFTRA. In 2004, she was appointed to the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Film, Video and Music, where she served until 2010. She has been an active participant on in GPP since the late 90’s.