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Jupiter Systems Expands Its Eastern U.S. & Canada Regional Sales Leadership Team by Promoting Craig Stumbaugh to Director of Sales and Hiring Gail Cameron as Regional Sales Manager

InfoComm 2014 -- Jupiter Systems, the leading worldwide supplier of collaborative visualization solutions for video walls, PCs, and mobile devices, today announced the promotion of Craig Stumbaugh to Director of Sales for the Eastern U.S. & Canada Region, and the hiring of Gail Cameron to serve as the new Regional Sales Manager for the region. The changes to its sales leadership team reflect Jupiter Systems’ strong sales growth for its communications and collaboration solutions in the U.S.

Gail Cameron newly selected Regional Sales Manager, Eastern U.S. & Canada Regional Sales Team, Jupit ...

Gail Cameron newly selected Regional Sales Manager, Eastern U.S. & Canada Regional Sales Team, Jupiter Systems Come Visit the Jupiter Booth at InfoComm USA, Booth Number #N1105 (Photo: Business Wire)

Prior to his promotion to Director of Sales, Craig Stumbaugh served as the Regional Sales Manager for the Eastern U.S. & Canada. In his new role as Director of Sales, Stumbaugh will continue to lead the company’s sales efforts and drive new Jupiter visualization and collaboration solutions. According to Eric Wogsberg, Jupiter President, “Craig’s sales leadership and track record, and his extensive background in identifying and developing new business relationships, make him well qualified for this new role.”

Stumbaugh has worked in sales and sales management positions for 25 years, and for the past 8 years with Jupiter Systems as its Eastern U.S. & Canada Region Sales Manager. Prior to joining Jupiter Systems, Craig Stumbaugh worked in sales and sales management positions at Shure Incorporated from 2002 - 2005, at Barco from 1998 - 2002, and in sales and engineering positions at Sony Electronics, Swiderski Electronics, and McDonald’s Corporation before that.

Stumbaugh has a M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix and a B.S. in Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering from ITT Technical Institute-Indianapolis. He is a National Honors Society International Society Certified Electrical Technician. Stumbaugh resides in Chicago, Illinois.

Gail Cameron joins Jupiter Systems as Regional Sales Manager, Eastern U.S. & Canada Region. She comes to Jupiter with 17 years of sales and sales management experience in selling high technology systems in the pro AV market. According to Eric Wogsberg, “Gail’s career brings a diverse background of success in sales and sales operations with a depth of experience in the audio visual market. We look forward to Gail Cameron’s leadership on our expanding business team.”

Prior to joining Jupiter Systems, Cameron was Regional Sales Manager and Central Zone Manager at Visual Solutions Distributing from 2001 – 2010, and a National Account Executive and Senior Sales Specialist for NEC Technologies, Inc. from 1997 - 2001. She also served 7 years as a Commissioner with Streamwood, Illinois Civil Service Commission and worked for over a decade as an active community volunteer.

She completed a degree in General Studies with an emphasis in Business Management at William Rainey Harper College. Cameron resides in Hoffman Estates, IL.

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