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SSN proudly welcomes ’20 under 40’ Class of 2016 integrators

2016 award winners point out benefits of new technology, positives of being in the industry
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10/12/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—It has come time for Security Systems News to honor the “20 under 40” Class of 2016 integrator winners, and we have a great selection of professionals this year.

Integrators '20 under 40' 2016—Melissa Peters

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10/12/2016

Melissa Peters, 36

Systems integrator, Norris Inc.

South Portland, Maine

Nominations open for Security Systems News’ ‘20 under 40’ Class of 2016

Nominate a colleague or yourself
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05/06/2016

YARMOUTH, Maine—If you have an exceptional colleague, one who deserves recognition for their work in the security industry, we’d like to hear about them. Security Systems News is calling for nominations for its annual “20 under 40” awards.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Christopher C. Moore

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11/03/2015

Christopher C. Moore, 28
Manager, public safety, security and switchboard, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital
Plymouth, Mass.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Andre Podpolucha

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11/03/2015

Andre Podpolucha, 30
Director, global physical security, Western Union
Englewood, Colo.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—John Schroeder

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11/03/2015

John Schroeder, 36
Director of LP for the North American market, GameStop
Philadelphia

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Matthew Slatoff

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11/03/2015

Matthew Slatoff, 38
VP, global security and content protection, Marvel Studios
Burbank, Calif.

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Ronnie Stevens

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11/03/2015

Ronnie Stevens, 38
Center chief of security, NASA, Johnson Space Center
Houston

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Anjené Abston

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11/03/2015

Anjené Abston, 31
Vice president, security and life safety, SL Green Realty
New York

End Users '20 under 40' 2015—Jeppie Sumpter

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11/03/2015

Jeppie Sumpter, 37
Director of communication technologies, Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Ky.

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