C-CSC Expands Board of Directors
Wednesday, April 06, 2022 | Comments

The membership of the Consortium of Certified Service Centers (C-CSC) recently concluded a nomination process that resulted in new members being added to the board of directors.

The following service professionals were elected to serve on C-CSC’s expanded board of directors:
• Samuel Barber, WirelessUSA, St. Louis, Missouri
• Kevin Carter, Mobile Communications America, Spartanburg, South Carolina
• Aaron Clark, Day Wireless Systems, Boise, Idaho
• Jonathan Favorite, Communications Electronics, Baltimore, Maryland
• Michael Smith, BearCom, Garland, Texas
• Garret Vincent, Louisiana Radio Communications, Lafayette, Louisiana

The newly elected members of the C-CSC Board of Directors will be joining the following representatives from industry associations and certification organizations that are founding organizations of C-CSC, and who receive automatic appointments to the board of directors:
• Bryan Allen, ETA International, Greencastle, Indiana
• Randy Carney, Professional Service Association, Marengo, Iowa
• Eric Hill, Enterprise Wireless Alliance (EWA), Herndon, Virginia

The C-CSC plans an aggressive campaign during 2022 to increase the rolls of certified service organizations and recognition of their contributions to the service industry.

The EWA assumed operational and management responsibility for the C-CSC in January. The non-profit organization’s main objective is to publicly identify and support service organizations that strive to provide competent and professionals services that exceed customer expectations and experiences.

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