Jay McLellan Named Chairman of the Executive Board of the CEA
McLellan, an active member of the CEA's TechHome division board since its founding in 1989, will oversee the strategic direction of the CEA.
“As a member of CEA for more than 20 years, I have witnessed the industry’s rapid advancement, and feel honored to be named chairman of the executive board,” says McLellan. “CEA represents $206 billion of economic activity in the United States, and works to promote innovation and a healthy economy to bring new technology, entertainment, jobs and prosperity to consumers across the nation.”
McLellan has been an active member of the CEA’s TechHome division board since its founding in 1989, taking on numerous leadership roles within the organization, including most recently serving as the vice chair of the Executive Board in 2011.
McLellan co-founded Home Automation, Inc. (HAI) in 1985, and served as the company’s CEO and president until August 2012 when HAI was acquired by Leviton. In his current role with HAI by Leviton, McLellan oversees all facets of the business unit’s development, production and sale of residential and commercial controllers, sensors, lighting control devices, thermostats, touchscreens, audio and Internet controlled devices.
McLellan was also named to CE Pro’s Original Top 10, a list of the 10 most influential industry leaders from the previous decade
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