Frank Price to Step Down as USC School of Cinematic Arts Board Chair; Donna Langley to Take Over

Frank Price to Step Down as USC School of Cinematic Arts Board Chair;  Donna Langley to Take Over
Frank Price is stepping down from his role as chair of the USC School of Cinematic Arts Board of Councilors at the end of the spring semester.

Price, who serves as chairman and CEO of Price Entertainment Inc., has served as the board’s chair since its inception in 1992. His role will be filled by Donna Langley, chairman of Universal Filmed Entertainment Group, for the next year to come. Price’s retirement was announced on Wednesday by Elizabeth M. Daley, who serves as the dean of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

“The School would not be where it is today without Frank Price,” Daley said. “He has been an invaluable partner and leader of the Board of Councilors for the past 29 years and has worked tirelessly to ensure that Sca sits at the forefront of the industry in all areas of cinematic arts. His guidance has ensured that our
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