EDISON, New Jersey (January 14, 2015) – McCann Systems has recently appointed Genise Parker as Director of Operations for the New Jersey Regional Office. With over 15 years of strategic, project, production, and operations management experience in the audiovisual industry, Genise has played a pivotal role in the company’s success since she began as Program Manager in early 2014.
Genise earned her BBA in Management and Information Systems from Mississippi State University and is an active member of the Project Management Institute, with a Project Management Certificate from NYU.
Robin Goldman, EVP-Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, states, “Genise’s wealth of experience and knowledge has already made her a crucial part of McCann Systems. We view her appointment as a sign of our commitment to being the leading solutions provider in our industry. We are very fortunate to have someone of her caliber to fulfill this role.”
About McCann Systems
McCann Systems was founded by Frank McCann in 1996 as an audiovisual design-build company and has delivered audio visual communication solutions for companies world-wide. As a leading audio visual design integration specialist, McCann Systems offers strong technical expertise, complemented by high levels of creativity and precision. McCann environments can be found in almost every major industry, such as advertising, broadcast, education, entertainment, finance, government, retail, institutional, hospitality, insurance and transportation. Projects include the Hospital for Special Surgery Hauser RML Conference call in New York City, CNN Communication Center in the Time Warner Center in New York City, CNN International in London, Barclays Sales Center in New York City, Bethel Woods Museum in Bethel, NY, Elizabeth Arden on Fifth Avenue, NHL Powered by Reebok retail store and corporate offices in mid-town Manhattan, Nintendo World and Rockefeller Center, Express Scripts Lab in St. Louis, MO, Empire BlueCross BlueShield in Brooklyn, NY, JP Morgan Chase Manhattan Bank Command Center, and Boston University Visitors’ Center in Boston, MA.