Mark Gander Named Director of JBL Technology
Northridge, CA - Apr 7, 2013 - Harman Professional has appointed Mark Gander to the position of director of JBL Technology. Gander joined Harman in 1976 as a transducer engineer and has subsequently held key product engineering and marketing positions within JBL Professional and the Loudspeaker Strategic Business Unit. He has held various executive and engineering positions of increasing seniority and responsibility over the course of his career, and is responsible for the design and development of some of JBL's most significant loudspeaker technologies and products.
Gander holds a bachelor of science from Syracuse University (audio technology) and a master of science in electrical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology with a multidisciplinary certificate in acoustical engineering. He is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, a past governor of the AES and InfoComm, and a member of the ASA, SMPTE and IEEE.
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