Stefan Happe started his audio career as a recording and mastering engineer and running a PA rental company.
The WSIX-FM personality will receive the award during the 2011 NAB Show.
Robert Pittman is the former chief executive officer of MTV Networks and AOL Networks and former chief operating officer of America Online and AOL Time Warner.
Stone's career spans more than 40 years in radio, and includes 25 years at Univision Radio and its predecessor Hispanic Broadcasting Corporation.
Kent Dimon's resume includes stints at Altec Lansing and Bose Corporation.
Sarah Whitesell joined the Media Bureau in 2005 as its associate bureau chief.
Lucas has created memorable commercial music for clients such as AT&T and GE.
Conard previously held sales and/or management positions at Yamaha Commercial Audio and Westlake Audio, and was most recently territory manager for Bose Corporation.
Zac Kenney joins iZotope from Cakewalk and will be tasked with worldwide responsibility for iZotope's retail and distributor networks.
Well-known in the Akron and Cleveland markets in Ohio, he was an adjunct professor at Kent State University in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Scott Bausback has served as COO of the company since December 2009.
Dana Welch will be responsible for growing enclosure sales and managing a team of Crenlo representatives in the Western U.S. sales territory.
Ed Czarnecki joins Monroe from J2B Tech, where he handled business development for the company's information assurance and intelligence analysis solutions.
Roxanne Wenzel joined the company in early 2008.
A former Scarborough Research executive, Gregg Lindner will focus on service quality, refining existing methods and developing new approaches for radio and cross-platform measurement.
Ben Sweeney has worked for Hosa since 2007.
Prior to joining WideOrbit, Dan Ackerman spent 10 years with CBS Television where he held a number of positions in local and national sales and sales management.
Jerome Holbus joins Marketron from i2 Technologies.
William J. McKenna will be responsible for identifying, evaluating and executing new business opportunities with a focus on new customers and market segments for the Arbitron Portable People Meter technology.
Scott Herman takes over the job from Chairman Weezie Kramer, who will become chairman emeritus.
The Ralph Gabbard Distinguished Kentuckian Award is given to present or former Kentuckians who have earned fame or acclaim in their field of endeavor, in recognition of the value of those achievements to the state and nation.
Kimberly Sonneborn will oversee the company's digital projects, from conception to launch.
Mark Graham was previously the president of Crown International.
Chuck Gougler most recently he served as marketing and business development manager for Staco Energy Products.
Graham Hammell joined Harman in 2000 and has worked as a software engineer, project manager and engineering manager.
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