The Electronic Systems Professional Alliance (ESPA) said Thursday that it has named four new ex oficio directors to its board, from across the certification, education, and finance sectors. The move is in conjunction with ESPA’s planned launch of new education and certification programs early next year. The new board members are Norah Hammond of the National Systems Contractors Association, Kerry Moyer of the CEA, Jeff Quint of the National Systems Contractors Association, and Margaret Sheehan of CEDIA. They join Chairman Chuck Wilson of ESPA, as well as Secretary Don Gilpin and Treasurer Todd Thibodeaux.
Age: 27 Education: Ball State University, Muncie, Ind. Career History: This is her first job both in the professional world and in the industry. At CEDIA for six years, Antcliff worked her way up to the position of director and has become a familiar face within the CEDIA organization. Antcliff greatly enjoys working with the members and especially likes the work she does on the Electronics Lifestyle Awards, which this year were revamped and improved under her purview. She names Billie Lynn Keller, past executive director of CEDIA, and Margaret Sheehan, director of professional development as her biggest role models. Greatest Business Achievements: One