The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) is pleased to announce Aldo Spensieri as chairperson and Brian Beck as co-chair of the education committee.
Spensieri is director of MPS for the Clover Imaging Group. He is a longtime member of the MPSA, and has served as an education committee member prior to stepping up into the chair position.
Brian Beck is regional director of managed services at Sharp Business Systems and is a new member of the association.
“Aldo and Brian each bring unique experience, deep industry knowledge and strong relationships to the education committee,” said MPSA Vice President Doug Bies. “The attributes and background each of them bring to the table will craft a strong foundation for the committee and will enable it to become even stronger and more successful for years to come.”
The MPSA would also like to recognize Jennifer Shutwell, who is stepping down as the chair of the education committee but will remain on the education committee as an active member. The MPSA thanks her for her work and dedication leading the education committee as chairperson.
The MPSA continues to seek additional members for the membership, marketing and collaboration committees. If you’d like to get involved, please contact board member Kim Louden to learn more about the committees and open positions. You can find out more about all the committees and the MPSA here.
About the Managed Print Services Association The Managed Print Services Association (MPSA) is an independent, not-for-profit organization that serves the MPS industry. Its focus is on the development of standards, education and industry guidelines that unite the different segments of the industry that bring value to all those participating. For more information about benefits and memberships, visit www.yourmpsa.org.
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