SBE Announces 2013 Election Candidates
Indianapolis - May 23, 2013 - The Society of Broadcast Engineers Nominations Committee has presented a list of candidates for the 2013 national board of directors' election. The list includes one candidate for each officer position and seven candidates for six available director seats. Candidates may still be nominated by voting SBE members and will appear on the ballot if received by July 9, 2013. Nominees must be voting members in good standing (dues paid) and hold an engineering level of SBE certification. Nominees are to be nominated by letter (written or electronic) and sent to SBE Secretary Jim Leifer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 8553 Tourmaline Blvd.; Boynton Beach, FL 33437. The nominee must be endorsed by ten voting SBE members.
The nominees presented by the Nominations Committee follows.
■ Joseph Snelson, CPBE 8-VSB
Vice President of Engineering
Las Vegas, NV
■ Jerry Massey, CPBE 8-VSB AMD DRB CBNT
Corporate Regional Engineer and DoE Entercom Communications
■ James Leifer, CPBE
Director of Engineering and IT
Clear Channel South Florida
Boynton Beach, FL
■ Andrea Cummis, CBT CTO
Technology and Operations Consultant
■ Kirk Harnack, CBRE
Vice President and Executive Director
■ Tom Ray, CPBE DRB AMD
Tom Ray Broadcast Consulting
New Windsor, NY
■ Ted Hand, CPBE 8-VSB DRB AMD
Director of Engineering/Operations
Cox Media Group
■ Kim Sacks, CBT
Broadcast Audio Specialist
■ Mark Heller, CPBE CTO
President and Chief Engineer
WGBW and WLWB Radio
Two Rivers, WI
■ Ched Keiler, CPBE 8-VSB CBNT
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
■ Dennis Wallace, CBTE
Meintel, Sgrignoli and Wallace
There are six directors currently in the middle of their two-year terms. Half the directors are elected every year. Voting will take place in August.
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