CEDIA has been without a CEO since Utz Baldwin stepped down in late 2011. But with executive director and COO Don Gilpin stepping down, CEDIA has launched a search for a new CEO.
Bill Anderson an industry veteran and longtime volunteer for CEDIA, passed away suddenly earlier this week, CEDIA executive director Don Gilpin announced. Anderson had a long career in the industry that began in the 1970s.
CEDIA announced Friday that its executive director, Don Gilpin, will step down by the end of 2015, after nine years as executive director.
CEDIA Tuesday announced the names of its volunteer Board of Directors for 2014-15. The four new directors are Terence Murray, Michael Pope, Will Pisula, and Joe Whitaker.
CEDIA said Monday that Utz Baldwin has departed his position as CEO. The organization did not announce a replacement, but said that chief operating officer Don Gilpin "will assume a more active role."
At CEDIA EXPO 2011, the ELF Foundation, the organization responsible for creating Rooms of Magic in childrens' hospitals across the country celebrated 10 years of entertaining hospitalized children with custom theater installations.