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CEDIA’s Board of Directors Appoints 2022 Executive Committee

This week, the CEDIA Board of Directors announced the unanimous election of David Weinstein as its new Chair along with new officers that will serve as its 2022 Executive Committee. The selections represent the board’s iterative approach to creating a well-rounded body that truly represents the diversified and global community of CEDIA professionals. The new board members include:

David Weinstein, Chairperson 

Vice President, Residential Sales 

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 

Jamie Briesemeister, Vice-Chairperson 

CEO and Co-founder 

Integration Controls 

Michael Sherman, Secretary 



Alex Capecelatro, Treasurer 


Rob Sutherland, Immediate Past Chairperson 

Managing Director 

Inspired Dwellings 

Briesemeister is the first female Vice-Chairperson and the highest-ranking woman in the history of CEDIA’s Board. Sherman’s appointment marks the first Executive Committee representative from a French integration company. Sutherland’s position continues to ensure highly experienced board representation from the UK market. 

“We are ecstatic to usher in the 2022 Executive Committee who we know will act as a strong force in helping to shape CEDIA’s future,” says CEDIA Global President and CEO Daryl Friedman. “The first-hand experiences and passionate ideas this group brings to the table are invaluable, and we can’t thank them enough for dedicating their time to CEDIA. We also want to thank Rob Sutherland, Immediate Past Chairperson, for his service on behalf of the entire industry, and for acting as a shining example to all those who will fill the role after him.” 

For more information about the CEDIA Board of Directors, including the 2022 Executive Committee, visit


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