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Harman Pro Loudspeaker SBU Names Henry Goldansky Director Of Engineering
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Harman Professional has appointed Henry Goldansky to the position of director of engineering, Loudspeaker SBU (stategic business unit). He will report to Bryan Bradley, VP and GM of Harman Professional’s Loudspeaker SBU.

Goldansky started his career in 1986 as a transducer engineer, designing loudspeakers for Cerwin-Vega in Simi Valley, CA. Having previously worked as general manager of design engineering for Pioneer Speakers in San Diego, Goldansky joined Harman in 2007 as a senior engineering manager at JBL Professional.

Goldansky holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in electrical engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

“Having worked with JBL since 2007, I have a unique understanding of the high expectations to which we hold ourselves at Harman and I am looking forward to exceeding these expectations in my new position,” Goldansky says.

“Henry’s wealth of experience and technical knowledge, combined with his creativity and leadership makes him an ideal fit to head up our engineering team at the Loudspeaker SBU,” Bradley states. “I have every confidence that Henry will build on our pedigree of excellence while carving a path of innovation as we continue to develop industry-standard loudspeaker technologies.”

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