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Arlington, Va. – Glenda MacMullin has been promoted to COO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).
MacMullin oversees the stewardship of the building as well as the human resources, information technology, legal and finance departments at the CEA. She will add the COO title to her existing title as chief financial officer.
“Glenda’s strong management, fairness, competence and common sense have earned her enormous respect from staff and board members,” said Gary Shapiro, CEA president/CEO, in a statement. “She is a rock and a rock star and has contributed hugely to our success.”
MacMullin began her career at CEA in 2004 as chief financial officer. In 2006, her responsibilities were extended to building operations including oversight of the property management company, management of the tenants, lease negotiations and office services.
Additionally, she became responsible for overseeing the contract and legal operations of the association.
In 2007, MacMullin began managing the information technology team, and in 2008, she started supervising the human resources department.
Prior to joining CEA, MacMullin was director of financial operations for the American Bar Association’s Washington office. She has more than 25 years of experience in accounting and financial management, including more than 10 years in public accounting.
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