In the early 1990’s I worked as a Product Manager for Comprehensive Video in Northvale, NJ. One of my responsibilities was to find new products for their AV Catalog. Kramer Electronics was looking for distribution in the US, so I gave them six pages in the catalog and became very familiar with Kramer's product line.
I came to Kramer because I was looking for a challenge and I wasn’t getting it at my former employer. I was doing the exact same work at a manufacturing company in PA that Kramer was advertising for in our local paper.
While earning my Bachelor's Degree from Centenary College, I was working for a residential low−voltage technology company near my school. In 2009, after graduating with my Master's Degree in English Literature, I began to look for a more challenging position.
I started going to work with my father, Chris Kopin, who works at Kramer as their VP of Technology, when I was just 16 years old. After receiving my degree in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, I was offered a full−time position at Kramer; the company I grew up at.
I have always worked in the service industry, holding customer service−oriented positions in hospitality, retail, and commercial sectors. When I lived in Grass Valley, California, a job posting for a sales representative with Kramer presented opportunities to further develop my customer service skills, strive to achieve sales goals, and learn more about some of the things I love most; gadgets, components, and other types of electronics.