Media Vision expands European strategic team with new hires

Media Vision expands European strategic team with new hires
Media Vision has hired three strategic team members, appointing Marc Gershuny as global general manager, Chloë Walford as head of marketing and Sonia Jouman as project manager for the audiovisual and broadcast renovation.

Gershuny joins Media Vision as general manager, with responsibility for project management of the United Nations Strategic Heritage Plan (SHP), managing the company’s global broadcast, conference and audiovisual technology deployment.

Gershuny joins the company with more than thirty years of experience in technology, AV, international conferencing and audiovisual technology, having served as general manager of audiovisual support at the World Bank for seven years with a team of 35 engineers and technicians, servicing more than 6,000 annual envents.

This quarter, Media Vision is excited to welcome three new leaders to its team: Marc Gershuny (Global General Manager), Chloë Walford (Head of Marketing), and Sonia Joumad (Project Manager for the audiovisual and broadcast renovation – the UN Strategic Heritage Plan). Although international in profile, the hires will serve to increase the company’s growing presence in the European market.

A newcomer to the AV industry, Walford, as head of marketing, EU & North America, is responsible for leading Media Vision’s global marketing team’s activities, amplifying the communication axes of the company and increasing Media Vision’s presence through new digital marketing channels.

Walford joins the company from a leadership role at one of France’s Next40 start ups, with experience in direct-to-consumer and product marketing for new services or technologies.

Joumad joins Media Vision as project manager for the AV and broadcast renovation – UN strategic heritage plan, with ten years of event coordination and communication experience. Joumad is responsible for the daily management of the AV and broadcast renovation of the United Nations strategig heritage plan and arrives at Media Vision after a seven year stint in a project and events management role for the congress department  of Mathys.

Joumad commented: “This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime project to be managing. Joining the talented group of engineers, coordinators, and integrators with whom Media Vision is working in Geneva has been incredible so far. There is a lot of work ahead of us as we power through the intricacies of the installation, but the team dynamic here is very strong, and I have no doubt that the end result will be well worth the effort.”

Pictured (from left to right): Chloë Walford, Marc Gershuny, Sonia Jouman.

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