Fred Speckeen has more than two decades of pro audio and MI experience.
Strobel is a past chair of the organization.
He will be recognized at a black-tie fundraising event to benefit the Foundation's mission of helping broadcasters in need.
Abramson previously worked as executive director of The Wall Street Journal Radio Network.
Founder Hagai Gefen has given the company's executive direction to a new leadership team.
Of the four regional sales leaders, Chris Ziemer will lead the North America region.
She will be responsible for working with trade show organizations, maintaining a social media and Web presence, and executing digital and print marketing initiatives for BE and Commotion.
Macri previously worked for LogicSource and Warner Music Group.
Charlie McCoy takes the Engineer of the Year award honor.
Guggenheim recently held leadership roles at Minicom Digital Signage and ComQi.
Tim Troast previously worked for Pitney Bowes as director-core product marketing.
Jared Goldberg and Doug Raines are the new hires.
The audio engineer and inventor was 88.
Fong has worked at Orban for 30 years, first being hired as receiving inspector in January 1984.
Jeffrey Jaworski and Peter Fong join the company.
Divine began her career in January 1999, when she joined Crown Audio as a sales agent.
Dennis van Benthem and Tobias Winter will work from offices in Amsterdam and Ludwigsberg, Germany respectively.
Ray previously worked for 15 years as the director of engineering of Buckley Broadcasting and WOR Radio in New York City.
Smith joined Harman Professional in 2000 and has been appointed to increasingly senior positions.
Snelson, who is vice president of engineering at Meredith Corp., is currently the vice president.
Steve Foreman is named president of global operations and services, and Jeff Liening is named the senior vice president of global sales operations.
Ohlsson was previously a staff engineer for the developer relations team at Embarcadero Technologies.
Batliner has been a member of the Harman team for two decades.
Leuenberg began his career as an audio engineer, working as a freelancer in including radio, music production and live shows, before joining DW Radio and then RTW.
Don Bird becomes VP business development and marketing, and Damian Fink is named product support manager.
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