Lectrosonics has announced the appointment of R. Scott Woolley to the position of sales manager for the U.S. Southwest and Northwest regions, including California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Alaska, Idaho, Arizona, and Hawaii.
With a background that encompasses a blend of application and sales experience, Woolley will be tasked with increasing Lectrosonics’ presence throughout the critical Western U.S. territory.
Based out of South Jordan, UT, Woolley most recently served as senior engineer for the LDS (Latter-Day Saints) Church Media Services Department. In this capacity, his responsibilities were to manage and lead the conference room design team, overseeing the design of sound and audiovisual systems for conference rooms, theaters, museums, and other spaces.
Prior to this, he was director of product management at Salt Lake City, UT-based ClearOne Communications, where he was responsible for the company’s global marketing efforts for the ClearOne professional and NetStreams networking product lines.
In addition, Woolley held the position of consulting engineer – technology systems for Spectrum Engineers of Salt Lake City, UT as well as sales manager for General Communications of Draper, UT.
“With its comprehensive line of both wireless microphone and audio processing products, Lectrosonics represents a terrific sales opportunity for me,” Woolley says. “Lectrosonics’ wireless microphone systems are very highly regarded throughout the professional audio and broadcast markets and their audio processing equipment has a well-earned reputation for versatility and a highly detailed sound.
“I look forward to the opportunity to extend the company’s reach throughout the vital Western territory and am eager to work with my new associates both at company headquarters in Rio Rancho and throughout my sales region.”
Gordon Moore, vice president of sales at Lectrosonics, states, “We welcome Scott to our team of fanatics. His experience in the AV industry and knowledge will be an exciting addition to our AV and professional audio presence. And in all honesty, adding Scott to our team was an easy decision—he had photos of us from a convention we really needed to get back.”