When I was a teen, I started making reel−to−reel recordings of my HS Band and Symphony performances. I quickly found the whole concept of experimenting with microphones, mixers, wires & techniques to achieve quality recordings a great adventure.
After serving in the US Army in Vietnam I got a job with an AV dealer repairing movie projectors and record players. That led to designing and installing AV systems for large corporations throughout the New York metropolitan area.
2013 InfoComm Educator of the Year, Recipient of the 2012 Women in AV Award
23 January 2014
What led to a career at Kramer Electronics? I had worked for an audio conferencing manufacturer and one of my good clients was TI here in Atlanta. Max Kopsho, a former education instructor for Kramer, was at TI’s office doing a training class and mentioned that he was going to look for an assistant.
What led to a career at Kramer Electronics? Cheryl Walton, Kramer National Accounts Manager is how I got my foot in the door. I had retired from the US Army after 22 years of combined service as a helicopter mechanic and a cavalry scout.
What led to a career at Kramer Electronics? I had worked for Dave Bright a few years earlier at Mitsubishi where, as much younger guys, we worked (and played) hard building a division selling display and imaging products to a network of professional AV dealers and integrators.
What led to a career at Kramer Electronics? Will Smart, Kramer Regional Sales Manager and my family member, initially informed me about Kramer Electronics. He told me how much he enjoyed his position and what great co−workers he had.
What led to a career at Kramer Electronics? Chris Kopin, the VP of Technology for Kramer, and also my uncle, is the reason that I am here today. I had just graduated college when I heard Chris talking to a friend of mine about a job opening at Kramer; he couldn’t stop raving about the company.