PSNI affiliates represent some of the most esteemed companies in the audiovisual system integration industry. Each year, leaders from these companies are elected to the PSNI Board of Directors. The Board of Directors stays on top of current corporate leadership principles and AV industry trends and then creates educational programming to bring this knowledge to all PSNI affiliate companies. The leadership of PSNI ensures adherence to this common vision, making the AV integration community stronger.
PSNI is committed to nurturing solid and long-lasting relationships with affiliates, Preferred Vendor Partners (PVPs), stakeholders, clients and the community. Relationships ensure continuity, collaboration, best practice sharing and rewarding businesses for everyone involved.
Pursuant to the bylaws of PSNI, the stockholders are required to elect the officers for the next fiscal year during the PSNI Spring meeting. Stockholders are notified in advance to recommend a slate of officers for consideration by the Nominating Committee. If recommendations are not provided the Nominating Committee will present a slate of officers to the stockholders for approval.
The stockholders approved the following affiliate representatives to serve for the 2015-2016 fiscal year:
Mark Gottwig, President of Delta AV, Gresham, OR
Gottwig was elected 2012 President of the PSNI Board of Directors and is now in the role of Past President. He has served on the PSNI Board since 2008 in a variety of roles. The President’s responsibilities include supervising PSNI staff, appointing committees, and serving as Chairman of the Nomination Committee.
Andy Sellers, Operating Principal of Sensory Technologies, Indianapolis, IN
Sellers, in his second year as PSNI President, has been a Board Member since 2010 as Member-at-Large and as Secretary. The Vice-President is the Chairman of the Image Enhancement and Marketing Committee of the network in addition to serving as Chairman of the Preferred Vendor Partner committee. Sensory Technologies has been an affiliate of PSNI since 2008.
PSNI Vice President
Dana Barron, PSNI Vice President, has 30 years in the AV communications industry and keen sense of industry direction and client application needs that have allowed HB to remain a leader in delivering agile AV Solutions enabling businesses and individuals to collaborate, create, and share ideas through the latest in AV technology. In addition to strategic vision, his commitment to retaining traditional values of delivering outstanding client services will fuel HB’s success for another 70 years.
Groves, PSNI Treasurer, has been with Alpha for almost twenty years and has partnered with Stan Stanek as co-owner of Alpha Video. Groves currently oversees business development and Alpha’s CastNET division.
Irvin is the PSNI Secretary for the 2015-2016 term.
Matt Zaleski, PSNI’s Member-at-Large, has been with Data Projections since 1991. Under his leadership and with more than twenty years’ experience in the AV industry, Data Projections has increased customer service offerings, maintained a reputable level of customer satisfaction and assisted the sales teams in maintaining expert knowledge in the industry. Matthew Zaleski oversees all business operations and development.
An industry veteran of more than 35 years, Miller has photographed, directed and produced commercials, documentaries, primetime television shows, and music videos in addition to owning and operating video production and audiovisual integration companies. Miller served as Chief Executive Officer of Fairview-AFX until the company was acquired in 1999 by MCSi, a publicly traded company. He was Chief Executive Officer of the MCSi South Central region until 2003.
Miller held the position of President of ICIA (InfoComm) and President of the ICIF (InfoComm Foundation) in addition to volunteer work on numerous InfoComm committees. Miller also served as President of Professional Systems Network International (PSNI), a network of nationwide audio and video integrators.
Miller has been the Executive Director of PSNI since 2003.
Tom Roberts, Co-Director
Roberts is responsible for the execution and management of the PSNI Preferred Vendor Program. Under his guidance, the program has become a major contributor to the growth of the overall PSNI value proposition for both the affiliates of PSNI and the vendors who support the program.
Prior to joining PSNI, Roberts was the President of the South-Central region for MSCI. Previously, he was co-owner and the President of Fairview-AFX, Inc., a nationally recognized systems integration company based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with offices in Oklahoma City, Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, and Little Rock.
Over his 40-plus years in the industry, Roberts has participated in an advisory capacity to numerous associations and manufactures and has been active in a number of key industry trade associations, including AIA, IEEE, InfoComm, ITVA, NAB, PBS, SBE and SMPTE.