Hawk Koch and Mark Gordon have been re-elected presidents of the Producers Guild of America, the guild announced on Friday.
The election results were announced at the PGA’s annual general membership meeting, which kicked off the fourth annual Produced By Conference at Sony Studios.
Also re-elected were Gary Lucchesi, vice president of motion pictures, and Hayma Washington, vice president of television. Gale Anne Hurd was re-appointed recording secretary, and Lori McCreary was elected treasurer.
Peter Saraf and Brandon Grande are new chairs of the PGA East and Northwest, respectively. Amy Jacobson Kurokawa remains co-vice chair.
Koch, former president of Rastar Productions, is also first vice president of the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts & Sciences and serves on the board of directors of the Motion Picture and Television Fund. His film credits include “Heaven Can Wait,” Wayne’s World,” “Pope of Greenwich Village” and “Source Code.”
Gordon is a five-time Emmy nominee with two wins. He’s currently executive producer on such TV series as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice” and “Criminal Minds.” He also was a producer on “Source Code,” as well as “Saving Private Ryan,” “Wonder Boys,” “The Patriot,” among many others.