Dawn Meade, MBA, CTS, Named to InfoComm University Faculty

Audiovisual Industry Expert to Provide Students with High-Quality Instruction

FAIRFAX, VA DECEMBER 3, 2014 – InfoComm International, the leading trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry, has announced that Dawn Meade, MBA, CTS of Net-AV in Hampstead, Maryland, has been awarded status as an Adjunct Faculty Instructor for InfoComm University.

The Faculty Program was created to recognize the contributions of its dedicated instructors and to contribute to the professional development of those providing instruction to the audiovisual industry. In doing so, InfoComm provides students with the highest quality training from the industry’s technical experts.  Faculty members are nominated by the InfoComm Professional Education and Training Committee (PETC), with final selections made by the association’s Board of Directors.  There are three levels of the Faculty Program:  Adjunct Faculty, University Faculty and Senior University Faculty.  There is also an honorary title of Instructor Emeritus.

As Adjunct Faculty, Meade is required to present at least two hours of instruction a year. In recognition of his Adjunct status, Meade is bestowed a certificate of honor.

Adjunct Faculty have their name is posted on the InfoComm web portal at www.infocomm.org.

InfoComm’s audiovisual education and certification programs are the AV industry’s leading professional development resource. InfoComm University offers an extensive range of AV courses designed and taught by InfoComm’s expert faculty members representing the entire spectrum of technical and professional disciplines.

Courses are taken online, at the Fairfax, Virginia, headquarters, at regional events around the world, and at the InfoComm tradeshow. On any given day there are more than 3,000 students enrolled in InfoComm training and certification.

“InfoComm University’s mission is to support AV industry excellence through the training of professionals in need of advancing or updating their skills,” said Melissa Taggart, InfoComm Senior Vice President for Education, Certification & Standards. “Thanks to the strong contributions and expertise of our faculty, we are continuing to serve these goals.”