Los Angeles, CA, USA – Electrosonic has announced that Erika Kulbach has joined the Burbank office as Business Development Consultant and Sales Account Manager. She will be responsible for seeking and developing new business and maintaining several key accounts under the direction of Vice President of Business Development, Chris Conte.
Kulbach comes on board from WhiteWater West Industries in Richmond, British Columbia where she spent the last four years as Vice President of Business Development, Conceptual Architect and Park, Facilities and Attractions Designer for WhiteWater Attractions.
“We’re so thrilled to have Erika join the Electrosonic team!” says Vice President of New Business Development, Chris Conte. “We focus on hiring only the best talent, and Erika brings a tremendous amount of experience, knowledge and style to Electrosonic.”
As a trained architect – Kulbach has a Masters in Architecture from the University of Waterloo (Ontario) – she has “a unique perspective and skill set,” Conte notes. “Her experience in the entertainment industry coupled with her dynamic people skills has brought great success to her previous employers, and we are pleased that she will bring her talent to Electrosonic. We welcome her wholeheartedly.”
Prior to joining WhiteWater West Industries, Kulbach was a Project Manager and Architectural Designer at Forrec in Toronto where she handled project management for one of the five lands in Universal Studios Dubai. Earlier she worked for top architects Elkus Manfredi in Boston and Oskar Ganahl in Liechtenstein.
“I am thrilled and honoured to be joining an organization with a global presence and a half century of experience in cutting edge audio-visual integration. As liaison for design teams, production teams, and clients of all sizes, I’m excited to participate in delivering state-of-the-art AV solutions that are the hallmark of Electrosonic Inc.” Kulbach says.
Kulbach has been serving as a TEA Board Director for the Western Division for the last year. She will continue in that role now representing Electrosonic.