CEDIA Appoints 2013 Board of Directors
The industry trade organization appoints members to guide it through 2013.
The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) last week announced its volunteer board of directors for 2013. The selections were made, according to CEDIA, in an effort to align the skills sets of the leadership with the initiatives set forth in the organization’s recently adopted Strategic Plan.
“Each nominee completed a detailed questionnaire and went through a series of interviews designed to assess their respective competence and experience in the skill areas required to support’s CEDIA strategic initiatives. This process allowed us to form a strong slate of candidates that possessed the skills and experience to propel CEDIA forward in a thoughtful manner with new energy and insight,” said Randy Stearns, chair of the CEDIA Nominating Committee. “Each new board member brings something to the table that provides significant benefit to the association.”
Members of the CEDIA Board of Directors are tasked with guiding the strategic direction of the association and ensuring CEDIA’s defining principles remain relevant and adapt to members’ changing needs. The 2013 – 2014 leadership ncludes new members Robert Brown of Hollywood, Fla.-based Home Entertainment Design South; Steven Crawford of San Clemente, Calif.-based Brand Strat 1 LLC; Mark Hodges of The Woodlands, Texas-based Forefront Innovation; David Humphries of Atlantic Integrated in Catasauqua, Pa., and returning members Federico Bausone of Multisistemas BVC Sa de Cv in Nuevo León, Mexico; Buzz Delano of Delano Associates in San Clemente, Calif.; Dennis Erskine of the Erskine Group, Inc. in Atlanta; Richard Millson of Millson Technologies Inc. in Vancouver, British Columbia; Larry Pexton of Portland, Ore.-based Triad Speakers; Bill Skaer of Eric Grundelman’s Cool AV Mesquite, Texas; and Gordon van Zuiden of Los Gatos, Calif.-based cyberManor.
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