Fort is the former president of Netia's supervisory board, and has worked with organizations including British Telecom, Alcatel, Ericsson and Atos.
Susie Hedrick is elevated to SVP, sales and business development.
Joe Macdonald joins Nautel from Broadcast Electronics.
Green has worked for the past 20+ years with integrated circuit manufacturers focused on audio products.
Moonves will discuss the changing media landscape and what is on the horizon for radio.
His broadcast career included working for RCA, Phillips Electronics and Continental Electronics.
Tamiko Fletcher has been with Cumulus Media Networks for five years and most recently served as director of new program development.
Ben Barber has been the COO of Inovonics since 2007.
The 32-year industry veteran will be based in Nautel's Quincy, IL, office.
Ajit Pai and Jessica Rosenworcel bring the FCC to its full compliment.
Onan was most recently with Broadcast Electronics.
Edgar Higueros and Fab Sanabria join Mary Ann Seidler and John Bisset at the company's U.S. offices.
Ed Atsinger, Don Benson, Alfred Liggins III, Jessica Marventano and Dan Mason are joined by Erik Hellum on the board.
Gabe Hobbs has specialized in news, talk and sports formats for the past 20 years.
Wendell Lonergan, a 30+-year veteran of Nautel, will oversee broadcast sales efforts worldwide.
The two SBE board members take on the Government Relations Committee and the Mentor Subcommittee.
Hatcher currently stars in "Desperate Housewives."
Bisset has previously worked for Harris, BE and Nautel.
Paul Shorter joined Harman in 2009 as field applications engineer, specializing in support for the Soundcraft and Studer digital console ranges.
Valerie K. Blackburn, general manager of KFWB-AM/FM CBS Radio Los Angeles, will continue to serve as the national chair.
Bill Hickey joined Premiere Networks as director of engineering in 2004, and was promoted to vice president a year later.
Close is being recognized for her role as an advocate working to eliminate the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness.
Erica Farber replaces Jeff Haley, who is leaving to pursue a new opportunity.
The two-year terms of the board members begin in June 2012.
Daniel Pane previously worked for Technicolor New York and CFI-Hollywood.
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