CSAA Welcomes New Director of Marketing and Communications
The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has named Monique Silverio as director of marketing and communications.
Silverio, a former director of communications for the Security Industry Association (SIA), brings more than 22 years of writing and editing experience, primarily in the building/facilities operations-related fields. Formerly the editor for publications such as SIA News, Skylines Magazine, The Subcontractor Newspaper, and Professional Roofing Magazine, she has numerous areas of technical expertise, including government relations (legislative, legal and regulatory issues), construction, building, packaging machinery, facilities management, manufacturing and commercial real estate.
“With her broad background in marketing and communications, non-profit and technical experience, Monique is a very welcome addition to the CSAA staff and family,” says Steve Doyle, executive vice president, CSAA. “Communicating our message and marketing our programs is key for any association, and Monique’s background is a great fit for CSAA.”
Silverio can be reached at email@example.com or at (703) 242-4670, ext. 16.
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