The Casting Society has confirmed the board changes for 2022-23. Destiny Lilly is the newly elected president, while Elizabeth Berra will serve as secretary and Steven Tylor O’Connor as treasurer.
CSA also announced its commitment to diversifying its board and made a number of notable appointments. Candido Cornejo Jr. is the first board member of the trans community, while Erin Tomasello is the first to represent members who work in the real casting.
Lilly is a New York-based casting director who worked on the Hulu series Only murders in the buildingTony-winning Broadway musical A strange loop and the upcoming musical feature The color purple.
Berra is an associate casting director based in New York and currently works with casting director Alexa L. Fogel. Berra’s credits include: Everything is possible at Amazon, We own this city at HBO and Warner Bros’ Judas and the Black Messiah.
O’Conner is an associate casting director who shared a Daytime Emmy for Netflix’s last year Guy’s Healing Powers. He works at Aufiero/Horn Casting.
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Casting Society was founded in 1982 with the aim of establishing a recognized standard of professionalism in casting and providing its members with a support organization to achieve their goals and protect their common interests. The group is a resource for producers, directors and creative teams around the world.
This is the board of directors from 2022-23:
Destiny Lilly, President
Elizabeth Berra, secretary
Steven Tylor O’Connor, Treasurer
Danielle Pretsfelder Demchick, VP Advocacy
Felicia Joseph, VP Advocacy
Caitlin D. Jones, VP of Communications
Sujotta Pace, VP Events
Wendy Kurtzman, VP Events, contact person European department
Rachel Reiss, VP Technology
Tiffany Little Canfield
Candido Cornejo Jr.
Erica A. Hart