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.”
For more information, visit www.pamalliance.org.