Chris Regan Becomes Chair of Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) Board of Directors

The Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) has announced that Chris Regan has become chair of PAMA’s Board of Directors for a two-year term.

Selected by the PAMA directors as chair-elect in 2018, Regan succeeds Greg Beebe (Sennheiser) in the position. Beebe remains on the PAMA Board as a director, and Karam Kaul (Harman) has succeeded Regan as chair-elect.

Regan is a 15-year veteran audio professional whose résumé includes serving on the founding team at Crowley and Tripp Microphones as product manager; as VP of sales and operations, North America, for Audio Processing Technology; and his current position as co-founder and president of PAMA member company RF Venue, a manufacturer of patented antenna and RF communications products for wireless microphones and in-ear monitor systems.

Regan holds two U.S. patents and received his MBA from Babson College.

“PAMA has made significant progress in recent years towards our common purpose of promoting high-quality professional audio,” says Beebe. “Chris has proven skills and a devotion to PAMA’s mission that have played a major role in that progress.”

“As a PAMA Board member and chair-elect,” Regan shares, “I have witnessed the great value of cooperation and dialog between often competitive companies that share a commitment and a progressive vision of fostering a stronger industry. While challenged by the high standard of leadership set by Greg Beebe, I am honoured to now lead the Board as we continue to grow the organization and extend its positive impact.”

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Andrew Leyenhorst is the Assistant Editor for Professional Sound and Professional Lighting & Production, and related online channels.
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