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NSCA Announces Its 2022-2023 Board of Directors Leadership

Leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial integration industry NSCA has announced its 2022-2023 Board of Directors. Ray Bailey, president at Lone Star Communications and current NSCA vice president, assumed the role of NSCA Board of Directors president on July 1, 2022.

“NSCA became important to my business from the very first day I started Lone Star,” says Bailey. “The Essentials Library [which is now online] was absolutely essential for us. Since then, through NSCA, I’ve had people I could share with and talk to about the industry and running a business. I could ask them, ‘What is your advice on how to do this?’ Everyone was open and willing to share, and that’s the way I have become over the years as well.”

Bailey replaces CEO of New Era Technology Michael Boettcher, who will now serve as NSCA’s immediate past president. Other new positions include:

  • Dan Schmidtendorff, president and CEO at Communication Company and current NSCA treasurer,  as NSCA vice president
  • Dale Bottcher, executive vice president of global sales and marketing at AVI-SPL, as NSCA secretary
  • Christina DeBono, president at ClearTech Media, serves as NSCA treasurer

In addition, Shedan Maghzi, strategic advisor at Avidex, will join the NSCA Board of Directors and begin his three-year term on July 1, 2022. Maghzi joins the following board members who continue their terms from last year:

  • Brad Caron, President and Owner, SIGNET Electronic Systems
  • Kyle Habben, President, Electronic Contracting Company
  • Laurie MacKeigan, President, Backman Vidcom
  • Don Mastro, Executive Vice President of Global Sales, AVI Systems

“There isn’t a person better suited for NSCA leadership than Ray Bailey,” says Chuck Wilson, NSCA executive director. “I’ve seen Ray do amazing things during his career—both professionally and personally. After missteps early in his career that he learned valuable lessons, he has built something amazing with Lone Star Communications. NSCA is proud to have him as our president because of what he has accomplished so far—and what he will continue to accomplish in this role.”


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