DSF® Announces 2013 Board of Directors

The Digital Signage Federation® (DSF), the independent, not-for-profit trade organization serving the digital signage industry, is pleased to announce the election of its new 2013 Board of Directors. Per the DSF by-laws, Philip M. Cohen of Care Media Holdings Corp., assumes the Chairmanship, while the current Chairman, Alan Brawn of Brawn Consulting, becomes Immediate Past-Chairman and heads the Past Chairman’s Council. Members elected Kimberly Sarubbi of Saddle Ranch Digital Vice-Chairman and Ken Goldberg of Real Digital Media Treasurer/Secretary.

Re-elected at-large directors for a second term include: Jeff Dowell of 3M Commercial Graphics Business Unit; Brian Dusho of BroadSign International, LLC; Jack Sullivan of StarCom World Wide; and Carre Dawson of Harris Corp., Broadcast Communications.

Newly elected to the board this year are an additional five at-large Directors who will serve two-year terms:

Randy Dearborn, MGM Resorts International
Spencer Graham, West Virginia University
Shaneeka James, America’s Minority Health Care Network
Janna Rider, American Dairy Queen Corporation
Richard Ventura, NEC Display Solutions

Mr. Cohen said, “My focus as Chairman for 2013 will be to expand the DSF’s presence through both organizational and individual membership, as well as build on the legacy of past leadership by offering even greater value and services to our members. DSF members were more engaged in this recent election than ever before, which I believe is both a direct reflection of the quality of the candidates that offered to serve, as well as the level of passion and involvement of DSF members themselves.

“Your board looks forward to serving you in 2013.”

Additionally 2013 Chairman Philip M. Cohen released a CohenonContent video posting with details about the new board, which can be viewed at http://onthecspot.com/archives/947.

For more information visit www.digitalsignagefederation.org.


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