MCFC BOARD ELECTS TWO NEW MEMBERS
The Monterey County Film Commission board of directors has elected Sandi Austin of Aromas and Carol Crocker of Salinas to serve on the nonprofit’s board for three-year terms.
Austin is a business operations professional at Cisco Systems in San Jose, working to improve data access for peers and partners. Previously she worked in finance for six years, including senior auditor/accountant. She started her career at Seagate Technology in accounting, and has a BS degree in business administration from University of Phoenix. She has volunteered for organizations such as the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Women’s Crisis Line in Salinas, and the Human Rights Commission in San Jose.
Crocker is a retired sales and marketing executive, with experience in the grocery business, communications and security services, radio advertising, and amusement park group sales. She is originally from Southern California, and attended Riverside Community College. She was recognized by the vice president of student services at California State University, San Bernardino for high level of sales and services for KCAL radio. She volunteered for 12 years with the Riverside Humane Society’s “Raccoon Ball” annual fundraiser. Crocker currently belongs to the Prunedale-based “Wednesday Wranglers” program.