The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee is thrilled to announce the winners of our 2020 Board elections. We welcome Ana Foxxx, Janice Griffith, and Lasha Lane to the APAC Board, and look forward to all of their contributions to building a better adult industry. These new candidates pledged in their platforms to devote themselves to creating a stronger and more equitable industry: through services for BIPOC performers, mental healthcare, fundraising, mentorship, and building infrastructure to support other models. We wish them the best in their commitment to community-service.Thank you to everyone who voted and to the other candidates who volunteered.
Now, though the industry is facing new and unforeseen challenges, we must reflect upon APAC’s mission. Over the years APAC has devoted itself to representing performers in the adult film industry and to protecting performers’ rights to a safer and more professional work environment. We do this through education of each other and the greater community, development of ethical best practices, and fostering of solidarity. We review existing health and safety protocols and will initiate new ones as needed. We are committed to working cohesively with all aspects of the adult entertainment industry and the public, strengthening unity between all performers, and maintaining a work environment where workers are valued, respected, and educated. In the face of COVID-19, APAC must continue to adapt to the needs of performers, and to advocate for their health and safety.
If you are not on the Board, but would like to get involved, there is room for more volunteers. APAC is always looking for performers with an interest in helping their community through their own projects, or in collaboration with the Board. Please reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas, suggestions, or initiatives.
As we welcome Lasha, Ana, and Janice to their new board seats, we would like to thank the departing Board members for their tireless work. Without the service of our volunteer Board, APAC would not be possible. We look forward to a new era of activism and community, as we continue forward in our fight for performer rights.