LOS ANGELES—The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) is very pleased to announce the results of its first truly democratic election of Directors of the Board.
James Deen, former APAC treasurer, will be serving as chairperson for APAC’s second year.
Commented Chanel Preston, former vice president and current president, "I am so excited for this coming year. The new board is very strong, and it will be great to get new perspectives on many of the things we've been working on. I can't wait to see all that we accomplish."
Newly installed vice president Conner Habib said, “I'm so grateful and excited to be elected vice president of APAC. I'm looking forward to working on bridging the gap between gay, queer and straight adult industries to create a stronger unity between performers and advocates. I'm also honored to be on a board made of such thoughtful and talented people.”
Veruca James ran uncontested for treasurer.
The fifth board member, Ela Darling, added, “I am thrilled to take on the role of secretary of APAC.”
APAC issued an official statement of thanks to Kimberly Kane, Mick Blue, and Stoya for their service during the organization's inaugural year, and issued an invitation to all current and former adult performers to attend the ongoing APAC meetings. These gatherings will take place on the first Sunday of every month in Silver Lake.
APAC was created to give adult performers organized representation in matters affecting talent health, safety, and community. The mission of APAC is protect performers' rights to a safer and more professional work environment. For more information, visit APAC-USA.com, email here or follow on Twitter.