CEDIA has named Jenn McGuire global member services manager. The promotion elevates McGuire to the head of the global organization’s membership department. She will remain based in the CEDIA EMEA office in the United Kingdom.

“Jenn has been with the organization for four-and-a-half years and brings a wealth of experience, knowledge, and excitement to the global member services manager position,” says CEDIA Managing Director of EMEA Matt Nimmons. “As the lead in the launch of our successful Member of Excellence program, Jenn’s focus on providing the highest level of service to our members was on display. She has a keen grasp of the global reach of our organization and brings great energy to the massive opportunities available to connect with members and industry contributors. We’re thrilled to have Jenn continue to serve CEDIA in this leadership role.”

McGuire joined CEDIA in 2015, initially focusing on outreach in the EMEA office. Prior to joining CEDIA, McGuire worked in the events planning industry. In her time with CEDIA, McGuire has concentrated on supporting members in the EMEA. In February, the CEDIA Member of Excellence program , a global initiative led by McGuire, debuted.

In her new role, McGuire’s responsibilities include managing the global membership team and all of its initiatives.

In addition to McGuire’s promotion, CEDIA is in the process of recruiting another team member to bolster the membership staff in the EMEA office. Connect to that listing by clicking here.

Those interested in learning more about membership benefits or member programs can find more information at CEDIA.org. This year, CEDIA celebrates 30 years of connection and innovation having led the industry as the global trade association and central touch point for companies that design, manufacture, and install technology for the home. CEDIA Expo, also in its 30th year, remains the largest annual residential technology show and Integrated Systems Europe, co-owned by CEDIA, is the world’s largest AV and systems integration exhibition.

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