The Motion Picture Association of America is looking for a chairman, a role proving hard to fill. The search for what the New York Times describes as Hollywood’s “chief lobbyist in Washington” has been conducted for nearly a year by three studio chairmen and headhunting firms.
The new chairman would replace former Kansas congressman Dan Glickman who took the job from Jack Valenti. Valenti was the Association’s chairman for almost 40 years.
Among the names mentioned are Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd (D), who’s retiring from Congress; Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico, who is leaving that job; and former Hill & Knowlton executive Vickee Jordan Adams. She’s also the daughter of Vernon Jordan, former President Bill Clinton’s senior adviser.
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