SnapAV announced two hires last week. Eric Harper is now the company's director of product development, while Josh Litwack is the West Coast regional sales manager.
Education: B.S., Electrical Engineering, Duke University, 1997
Career History: Worked from 1997 to 2001 as a project manager at Definitive Concepts, a high-end custom installer in Virgina Beach.
The Mobile Electronics Retailers Association (MERA) tapped noted installer David "Fishman" Rivera to provide fabrication training for installers at each of MERA's Mobile Education Tour events. Two events occured in Hartford, Conn, and in Lisle/Naperville, Ill. last month. The next and final event is scheduled for Oct. 28th in Orlando, Fla. For more information, call MERA at (800) 949-6372. The Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) elected its executive committee for 2001-2002: CEDIA President Jeff Hoover of Audio Advisors; Vice President Ray Lepper of Home Media Stores; Treasurer Mitchell Klein of Media Systems; Secretary Andy Willcox of Pro Line Integrated Systems; and
At Sharp Electronics Corporation, Michael Williamson was named vice president of Sharp's appliance division. Willamson has 11 years of experience at Sharp and more than 23 years of total sales and marketing expertise in the appliance and consumer electronics industries. He will report to Yuji Nishiyama, vice president of Sharp's consumer electronics group. Michael Cook was hired as president and CEO of MTi, Inc. With Cook's appointment, current President/CEO Mo Wagner will assume the role of chairman. Cook most recently served as president and CEO of Electronic Power Conditioning. Onkyo USA named Don Milks as Onkyo national product and marketing manager and Eric