Kincaid, Borell take nat'l director spots at SAG
The Screen Actors Guild has promoted veteran employees Sandy Kincaid and Karen Borell to national director positions to oversee guild contracts.
Kincaid has been named national director of commercial and industrial contracts, while Borell becomes national director of entertainment contracts. Announcement was made Tuesday by Sallie Weaver, SAG’s deputy national exec director of contracts.
Kincaid joined the guild in 1994 as a business representative and has been national director of stunt, safety and music entertainment since 2002.
Borell joined SAG as a production rep in 1981 and remained for five years before working for Viacom and Paramount in labor relations slots. She rejoined the guild in 1997 and has been involved in negotiations and leading the guild’s residuals claims department.