Security Industry Association CEO Richard Chace Resigns

Longtime Security Industry Association (SIA) CEO Richard Chace on Thursday announced his resignation, effective today.

“The SIA Executive Committee and Mr. Chace mutually agreed that his decision to resign at this time was in the best interests of all parties,” said Gordon Hope, chairman of the SIA Board of Directors Executive Committee. “We thank Mr. Chace for his service and wish him well in his future endeavors.

“The association has formed a search committee to seek candidates for an executive director to manage SIA moving forward.”


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