The ballot featuring nine elected director candidates for the 2020-2021 CEDIA Board of Directors is now live. The company is urging all global member companies to cast their vote for four open elected director positions.
The CEDIA Board of Directors governs the association’s activities, and is dedicated to furthering the CEDIA mission of building prosperity for its members and ensuring the growth of the industry through its programs and initiatives.
The board’s makeup reflects the geographical density of the CEDIA membership, so the forthcoming elected director vacancies include one CEDIA member candidate from the EMEA region and three from the rest of the global membership. The candidate from the EMEA region receiving the most votes will fill the EMEA-designated position and the top three candidates from the rest of the world will fill the remaining three seats.
Elected board members will be announced immediately after the election. They will be seated on January 1, 2020.
The candidates are:
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St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Service Tech Inc.
Cedar Park, Texas, USA
Automation Design + Entertainment Inc.
Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA
Bespoke Home Cinemas
Leeds, Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Electronics Systems Architects
Sacramento, California, USA
OMEGA Audio Video
London, Ontario, Canada
Bill Skaer and Associates, LLC
Mesquite, Texas, USA
Ada, Michigan, USA
Find key details on each candidate by clicking here.
In addition to casting their vote for elected directors, CEDIA members will be asked to approve the move of domestication of CEDIA from Illinois to Indiana.
“In the early years of CEDIA, the management company running the association established CEDIA in the state of Illinois. Making this change of domestication to Indiana not only aligns with the fact that we are headquartered there, but it will streamline all our filing processes going forward,” says Dave Humphries, CEDIA Chairman.