Three new board members join NSCA Education Foundation

May 13, 2005 - Scott Dhaenens, Mitch Nollman and Ron Pusey take office.

The NSCA Education Foundation has announced the addition of three new board members.

New to the board are Scott Dhaenens of AutoPatch, Mitch Nollman of Bose Corp. and Ron Pusey of Communications Specialists of VA.

The new board members officially took office during the NSCA Education Foundation's annual meeting at the Systems Integration Expo in March. The foundation board now consists of five contractors and four manufacturer members, tasked with bettering the commercial electronics systems industry through the support of education.

Scott Dhaenens, division manager, AutoPatch of Cheney, WA will bring more than 20 years of A/V experience in broadcast, telecommunications to the foundation. AutoPatch is a new supporter of the NSCA Education Foundation and its EST initiative.

Mitch Nollman, director of the Americas, Bose Corp. represents Bose on the board. Bose has been a long-time supporter of the foundation and its initiatives.

Ron Pusey, president, Communications Specialists of VA, replaces Tom Frericks as the NSCA Board of Directors liaison for the NSCA Education Foundation. Pusey's role is to represent NSCA member issues to the foundation board and communicate foundation initiatives to the NSCA board. Pusey has been a long time contributor and supporter of the foundation and its mission of building the next generation through continuing education in the industry. He has served on the NSCA Board of Directors since 2003.

The NSCA Education Foundation is a charitable organization that exists to advance the electronic systems industry by attracting new employees into the field of electronic systems contracting.

The NSCA is based in Cedar Rapids, IA. For more information visit www.nsca.org.


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