CEDIA announces 2016 executive committee
The CEDIA Board of Directors approved the 2016 Executive Committee at its Board Meeting held in San Diego, CA. The Executive Committee serves for one year and the Chairperson serves for two.
"I look forward to working with both the new board members and our new executive committee. After last week's board meeting I am encouraged and confident that we will be very effective in implementing our strategies that will carry the organization forward," Vin Bruno, CEDIA CEO, said in a statement.
Chairman -- Dennis Erskine, Erskine Group, Inc.
Dennis Erskine is the CEO and founder of Erskine Group, an organization specializing in Architectural Acoustics. His organization currently produces the design, blueprints and specifications for over 80 home theaters throughout the world per year with a focus on ergonomics, environment and acoustics. Dennis is an instructor for the Home Acoustics Alliance and a CEDIA SME in Home Theater Design. Prior to Erskine Group, he was the Vice President of Strategic Systems for Holiday Inns Worldwide, CEO of Intelligent Networks, Vice President Operations at iNet Company of America, Director of Systems Development for ITT Dialcom and an Account Manager, Federal Systems Division, at Electronic Data Systems.
Chairman Elect -- Dave Humphries, Atlantic Integrated
David Humphries founded Atlantic Integrated in May 2003. Atlantic Integrated is a nationally recognized sales representative firm based in the Metro New York market. The firm specializes in upper end consumer electronics with an emphasis on control, networks, power management and lighting control. Dave is also a former President (January 2011 - December 2014) of IPRO (Independent Professional Representative Organization), an organization consisting of professional reps and their companies nationwide that provide direct sales and marketing services to the consumer electronics industry.
Treasurer -- Hagai Feiner, Access Networks
Hagai Feiner, founder and CEO of Access Networks, is a technology evangelist and entrepreneur. Since founding Access Networks, Hagai has helped the network become a profitable offering for hundreds of integrators worldwide.