Video Corporation of America Welcomes Michelle Gunn as Senior Project Manager
NEW YORK, NY—Video Corporation of America (VCA), a leading AV/IT, unified communications, and broadcast/post-production systems integrator is pleased to announce the appointment of Michelle Gunn as Senior Project Manager.
Michelle brings over two decades of technical project management experience to VCA. She most recently leveraged her skills at Prysm, where she managed high-end video wall and collaboration solutions deployment for Fortune 500 clients. Over the years, her unique expertise has been built from the vantage of various sides of the AV business, including end-user, manufacturer, design/build, construction and architect. These diverse roles have touched on most every aspect of audiovisual systems, from presentation theaters to post-production editing suites and software UX design and programming. She specializes in business, project, and people management with an emphasis on strategic planning, leadership, team building, and systems development.
“Michelle’s distinct set of skills, experience, and strong process-oriented mindset make for a great addition to VCA’s technical operations,” said Rich Wilkins, Director of Technical Operations, VCA. “She is quickly establishing herself as both a dedicated asset to our clients and a respected leader amongst the project management team, as well as a key contributor our goal of perpetual operational process improvement.”
About Video Corporation of America
Video Corporation of America (www.vcaglobal.com) has offered full-scale, integrated technology solutions and managed services to organizations across various vertical markets for over 40 years. VCA understand that today’s business leaders require technology that enables their people to communicate faster, more easily, and with greater impact. Headquartered in Somerset, NJ with offices in New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA, and Atlanta, GA, VCA designs, engineers, integrates, manages, and maintains technology systems for Fortune 500 Companies, Universities, post-production studios, and broadcasters.