Pamm Fair resigning from SAG

Deputy national executive director stepping down Dec. 31

Screen Actors Guild deputy national executive director Pamm Fair will step down from her post at year's end, the guild announced Nov. 20. Fair, a guild staffer since 2002, will stay with the organization through Dec. 31.

"During her time with the guild, Pamm directed key efforts ranging from communications to high profile outreach," SAG national executive director David White said in a statement. "Over the last several years she has been engaged in redefining the guild's new media initiatives, organizing efforts and legislative advocacy on key Guild issues. Her contributions to the guild have been varied and significant and I thank her for her dedicated service. I know I speak for all of us in wishing her continued success in this next phase of her journey."

SAG national president Ken Howard added in a statement, "On behalf of the guild, I want to thank Pamm for her contributions and service to SAG members and wish her the best in her future endeavors."

SAG has no immediate plans to fill the position. Fair was responsible for the guild's legislative affairs and communications divisions.