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CEA Announces Executive Promotions
Arlington, VA - Feb 12, 2008 - The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced several staff changes, including executive promotions. Jason Oxman has been promoted to senior vice president of industry affairs. In this new position, Oxman adds management of the market research and strategic relations departments to his existing responsibility for communications and member relations.
John Tunnell has been elevated to vice president of member relations. He will be responsible for all CEA divisions and membership relations and will continue to work under Oxman's leadership.
Annemarie Ramirez has been promoted to senior vice president of human resources. She will continue to oversee employee benefits, recruiting, training and retention of CEA's 155 employees.
Laura Hudson has added the title of corporate secretary to her position as manager, office of the president.
In addition to the promotions, it was announced that Todd Thibodeaux, senior vice president of industry relations, will be leaving CEA this month to pursue other opportunities.
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