Reference letters and contacts
Art Lynch has been a friend and associate since I served as Lead Faculty for the Humanities Core at Regis University’s Henderson campus, and he applied to become a member of our faculty in 2008.
Since that time, I have been impressed by his energy, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. Having been a career consultant for a time after retiring from the Air Force, I recognized that he was continually in the flow of seeing and seizing opportunities, and more – that he was actively creating them for himself.
In my ten years in adult education, I have observed first-hand that adult students commonly need more from their instructors than subject-matter knowledge; they see us as sources of insight into how the world works, and as resources for their personal projects of self improvement.
Art has been an inspiration to me, and a source of encouragement as a peer.
I have every confidence in his knowledge and gifts as an instructor. I am convinced, too, that he will serve in this unstated role of guide and mentor.
B. Edward Luckett, Jr., M.Div., M.A.email@example.com
Nevada SAG President
Feel free to contact any of my references.
Department of Communication
College of Southern Nevada
TV Dialect Coach, Actor and Voice Over Professional Mary Mac
Art Lynch brings passion to his teaching and writing; to his professional life; and to his work on behalf of Screen Actors Guild. As a fellow SAG board member who has worked alongside Art on the board; in the Regional Branch Division, and on numerous committees. Art Lynch is who you want standing up, protecting, and defending you. -- Mary McDonald-Lewis, SAG National Board Member, Portland
SAG officer and Hollywood Actor Amy Aquino
For over 15 years I've known Art Lynch as a tireless and fearless advocate for Nevada, and for actors everywhere. I worked closely with him on Communications, and as Hollywood liaison to the Regional Branches, and through promising times and challenging times,his spirit and commitment never waivered. His long history and experience are invaluable. Art Lynch is a friend, a respected colleague and fierce representative for the Nevada Branch; he deserves your support.
Amy Aquino, SAG National Secretary Treasurer
SAG Officer and Hollywood Actor Ned Vaughn
“Art Lynch is the kind of leader all SAG members should be proud to have in the boardroom, and it’s a privilege to serve alongside him. He asks the tough questions, and doesn’t act until he gets the answers. Nevada SAG members who want a smart, dedicated, and proven leader looking out for their interests should give Art their full support.”
- Ned Vaughn
SAG 1st Vice President
Screen Actors Guld Support
SAG National Board and Members-at-large
- Abby Dylan, SAG Indie
- Amy Aquino, National Secretary Treasurer
- Anne Sward, Utah
- Betsy Beard, Arizona
- Bill Mootes - Boston / Rik Deskin - Seattle
- CeceDubois, Nashville
- Charlie DiPinto, SAG Nevada Council
- Contact Art Lynch
- Dave Corey, Florida
- Debra Nelson, Georgia
- Don Brakeman, Nevada
- Grace MacFarlane, actor
- Heart Shapre', Nevada SAG Council
- Helen McNutt, Philadelphia
- Hrair Messerlian, Union Executive
- Jack Shaw, Chicago
- John Carter Brown, Chicago
- John Wennstrom, actor
- Kevin Scullin, Ntl. Web Chair, New York
- Kim Russell, Smith Center
- Liz Zazzi, NYC and Ntl Com Chair
- Lollo Sievert, Nevada
- Marc Baron, New York
- Mary McDonald Lewis, Portland
- Michael Pueleo, actor
- Michael Toole, actor
- Mike Hodge, Ntl 2nd VP, NYC President
- Mike Pniewski, Georgia
- Ned Vaughn, 1st National Vice President
- Rick Deskin, Seattle
- Roy Costly, New Mexico
- Scott Rogers, Hawaii
- Steve Dressler, Nevada
- Strong Support
- Suzanne Burkhead, Texas
- Todd Hissong,"RBD Chicago"
- Wendy Short Hayes, Guthrie Theatre, MN
- Will Lyman, Boston / NYC / LA
- Your Vote is Needed and Appreciated