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Shure Announces Four Senior Executive Promotions

Moves made to ensure strength of senior leadership team

Shure has announced the promotions of four senior executives: Ray Crawford, Mark Humrichouser, Meg Madison, and Tom Kundmann.

“As our company has grown, we needed to ensure the strength of our senior leadership team,” states Sandy LaMantia, president and CEO of Shure Incorporated. “These promotions are well earned. The decades of experience these four individuals possess will help guide our organization and position us for continued long-term success.”

Crawford has been promoted to vice president of strategic planning and integration, and he also will continue to lead corporate strategy, global business development, and global product management functions. He has been with Shure since 2005, before which he was director of strategy and business development at U.S. Robotics Corporation. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Graduate School for Business.

Humrichouser has been named vice president of the Americas Business Unit. He will continue to lead the sales, marketing, and customer training and support functions for North and South America. Before joining Shure in 2006, he worked for Sennheiser U.S. as industry team manager, regional sales manager, and regional market development manager.

Madison has been promoted to vice president of human resources. She will continue to lead the global human resources function. Before joining Shure in 2005, she worked for United Airlines as a director at destination hotels and resorts and Radisson/Hyatt hotel organizations, and as a manager at Automatic Data Processing (ADP).

Kundmann has been named assistant vice president of product development and in this role he will continue to lead digital wireless product development. He has a Bachelor’s degree (BSEE) and a Master’s degree from the University of Illinois-Champaign, and holds six U.S. patents in wireless technology. Before joining Shure in 2009, he worked for Motorola Networks in various technical and managerial positions.


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