"As you ramble on through life brother,
whatever be your goal,
keep your eye upon the donut,
and not upon the hole."
Lorrie is Vice President and one of the founders of AVR. A twenty-eight year veteran of the AV industry, Lorrie received her Associates Science degree from Nassau CC, and her ISO 9000 Registered Internal Auditor Training from Stat-A-Matrix Institute.
Besides her extensive training and experience in financial administration, Lorrie managed the field service operation for TSI, which included the establishment and documentation of field service procedures, maintaining preventive maintenance contract status, and scheduling and dispatching field personnel.
While at KBI Systems, Inc., Lorrie used her experience at TSI to organize and grow the preventive maintenance operation by over 400% per year for five years. She was promoted to Assistant Director of Operations, Administrative, where she was responsible for the administration of the installation projects.
She is a Senior Member of the American Society for Quality, a member of The Women in AV, and the International Association of Administrative Professionals. In 2010, Lorrie was appointed a Faculty member of InfoComm International Academy, and is on the original Board of Directors for the Association for Quality in Audio Visual Technology, Inc. (AQAV). She has facilitated their training and education program and holds the position of Secretary-Treasurer.
Lorrie is the former chair of communications for the American Red Cross in Nassau County, New York, as well as an amateur radio operator, KC2CHA. She has held the title of Chairman of Communications for Disaster Services, unfortunately serving during events such as Flight 800, multiple Long Island Nor'easters, and most significantly 9/11. She participated in local charity events and even spent time freezing in the middle of the 59th Street Bridge communicating for the NYC Marathon.