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Michael T. Volling Named Executive Director of IMSA

 

 

NEWARK, NY – November 9, 2013 – Michael T. Volling has been named Executive Director of IMSA.  The announcement was made by the IMSA Board of Directors after a nationwide search.  In his new role, he will be responsible for providing the strategic vision, leadership and coordination of IMSA’s strategies and activities, enabling IMSA to support its mission and objectives.


“We are pleased to welcome Mike Volling as our new Executive Director” said Jeffrey G. Knight, IMSA president. “He has a long standing relationship with IMSA and clearly understands our mission, all the disciplines that we represent and has a vision for the future. I look forward to working with him.”


IMSA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and use of electric signaling and communication systems in furtherance of public safety.  IMSA’s approximately 12,000 members include representatives of Federal, state, county, city, township, and borough governmental bodies, as well as representatives of governmental bodies of foreign nations.  IMSA works to improve the efficiency, installation, construction, and maintenance of public safety equipment and systems by increasing the knowledge of its members in several diverse technical fields.  IMSA offers educational and certification programs in a variety of public safety disciplines including Traffic Signals, Signs and Markings, Work Zone Traffic Control, Public Safety Telecommunications, Municipal and Interior Fire Alarm Systems and Fiber Optics.


Mr. Volling came to IMSA’s International office from San Clemente, CA where he served as Market Segment Director for Sensys Networks and has over 20 years of experience in the Traffic Signal Control Industry.  Prior to Mr. Volling’s tenure at Sensys Networks, he was the Business Development Manager at Iteris.   He has a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Colorado in Boulder.


Mr. Volling will assume his new position at IMSA in January.

 


 

 

 


 
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