Crestron Expands Commercial Lighting Education and Training Program; Hires New National Lighting Education Manager
ROCKLEIGH, NJ - Crestron today announced the appointment of Shayna Bramley as National Lighting Education Manager.
Bramley is responsible for Crestron Lighting Solutions (CLS) training - free to qualified lighting specifiers, lighting designers, architects and electrical engineers - as well as the company's AIA Provider and other programs that offer continuing education credits. A certified continuing education provider for organizations such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), Bramley is a LEED AP, and holds a dual Bachelors/Masters Degree in Architectural Engineering and an MBA.
Most recently, Bramley served as Educator and Marketing Manager for SESCO Lighting, Inc., specializing in electrical, lighting, and sustainable energy systems. Her broad scope of experience includes electrical and lighting engineer; building energy auditor; LEED consultant; lighting sales representative, and lighting and electrical designer and project manager.
"In the last two years alone, I taught lighting, energy codes and control courses to over 8,000 specifiers in the U.S," said Bramley. "I'm excited to join Crestron and grow our education programs, as part of our commitment to lead and support the commercial lighting control industry."
"Lighting controls are an essential part of our complete building management solutions, and Crestron Green Light® is one of our fastest growing product lines," observed Mike Malone, Crestron Senior Director Lighting Controls. "Bringing Shayna onboard demonstrates our commitment to this business and the commercial lighting community."
Crestron is dedicated to developing programs and technologies that will continue to meet the changing needs of architectural design. Crestron Integrated Building Technology (IBT) is the only single -platform solution that enables remote and global monitoring and control of the disparate systems in commercial buildings, including lighting and AV.
For 40 years Crestron has been the world's leading manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems, innovating technology to simplify and enhance modern businesses and lifestyles. Its integrated solutions control audio, video, computer, lights, shades, thermostats and security systems from touchpanels, keypads, remotes and mobile devices. Crestron unifies technology and communication to enhance comfort, convenience and efficiencies in homes and commercial enterprises.
Crestron manufactures all products from its World Headquarters in New Jersey, with 57 regional offices throughout North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Latin America and Australia.