IQ Certification Announces 2013 Board of Directors
ERIE, Pa. — The Installation Quality (IQ) Certification program announces its 2013 board of directors during the group’s annual membership meeting.
Each IQ board member will serve a two-year term. Following are the newly elected directors:
- Chair: Timothy Creenan of Amherst Alarm
- Vice Chair: Lynn Comer of Shenandoah Valley Security (SVS)
- Secretary: Amanda Baumgartner of Rapid Response Monitoring
- Treasurer: Peggy Anderson of the Delaware State Police
In addition to his role on the IQ Board, Creenan is also an active member of the Electronic Security Association (ESA) and the New York State Electronic Security Association (NYESA). Comer serves as president of ESA Virginia and chairperson of the Government Relations Committee for ESA.
Additionally, Anderson, as well as Steve Heggeman of the Baltimore County Alarm Reduction Team will serve one-year terms as public safety directors.
The IQ Certification Board sets standards and guidelines for alarm dealers to demonstrate they are working to reduce false alarm dispatches.
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