Brad Trumble named Chief Operating Officer of Meridian Canada
(Calgary, Alberta) Meridian Canada today announced that Mr. Brad Trumble has been named Chief Operating Officer and Victoria Moiseev in Vancouver and Joanne Kulinski in Calgary have joined the company as Executive Assistants.
“We are very excited to add three high quality people to our growing team as we are about to enter our sixth year in business,” commented Keith Turner, President and CEO. “In Brad we are very fortunate to attract a broadly experienced and educated senior level business executive who brings exceptional leadership skills from his previous role as President of a national Canadian media company.”
“Brad is a seasoned and deeply experienced corporate executive, entrepreneur, and leader of people in a variety of roles. He is an MBA and a CMA, but most of all he is an enthusiast,” added co-founder and Managing Director of Meridian Canada Randy Lennon.
A graduate of the prestigious International MBA program from Cornell and Queens University, Brad has spent several years working for and managing many esteemed companies, networks, agents and distributors.
As the Vice-President and General Manager of DMX Music Inc., Brad developed and launched the new concept of commercial free, digital music to residences and commercial establishments in Canada. He developed an entrepreneurial atmosphere to seize the opportunity for growth within a highly competitive market space by focusing on customer needs.
Most recently as the President of DMX Inc.,a music supplier, and professional audio/video systems designer and installer, Brad developed, ran, and maintained a process management, technical response protocol and operations and fulfillment network.
Brad’s entrepreneurial attitude and business ownership experience coupled with his years of experience working for various corporations brings a unique blend of entrepreneurial spirit and corporate discipline which will be a valuable asset in ensuring the success of Meridian Canada working out of the Head Office in Calgary.