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Joe Pham Appointed to the InfoComm International Board of Directors

Pham Is Also Selected as the New President of the Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance

QSC in Costa Mesa, Calif., announces that QSC President and CEO Joe Pham (pictured)  has been appointed to the InfoComm International Board of Directors.  Pham joins the panel of audio-visual industry executives who contribute their knowledge and expertise to set strategic goals and guide the overall direction of InfoComm International.

In addition to his InfoComm Board appointment, Pham was also recently appointed President of PAMA, the Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance.

“I am honored to have been appointed to both the InfoComm board as well as the presidency of PAMA and to have the opportunity to collaborate with such a dynamic group of industry professionals,” Pham says. “With respect to InfoComm, I am looking forward to working with my fellow board members to better serve our member organizations and promote the industry as our respective mediums of audio, video and IT continue to rapidly converge.

“As the President of PAMA, it’s exciting to lead and work with executives of many of the most respected professional audio manufacturers in the world. By educating and advocating for our dealers and business partners while focusing on creating better experiences for our end-users, we can continue our collaborative efforts to expand the audio industry as a whole.”

Pham joined QSC in 2004 as the company’s Chief Strategy and Technology Officer. In 2007, he was promoted to Chief Operating Officer, overseeing sales, marketing, R&D, operations, human resources, finance and strategy. In 2010, Pham was promoted to President and CEO.

Prior to joining QSC, Pham was with McKinsey & Company, where he worked with chief executives of Fortune 500 companies to develop growth strategies and improve operations.

Pham holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from UCLA and is a former professor of Electrical Engineering at UCLA.

For more information, visit QSC at and InfoComm International.