Freeman Named Committee Chair of the Year

The Security Industry Association (SIA) has named Matt Feenan as the 2021 recipient of the SIA Committee Chair of the Year Award, which recognizes individuals for excellence in leading SIA committees and advancing member objectives. SIA will present Feenan with the award at The Advance, SIA’s annual membership meeting, which will be held March 23 as a virtual event.

Feenan – who serves as marketing specialist, product and solutions marketing at Axis Communications – is the immediate past chair of the SIA RISE Committee. SIA RISE is a community that fosters the careers of young professionals in the security industry. Feenan joined the SIA RISE Committee in 2018 and served as chair in 2019 and 2020; in this time, the SIA RISE community grew from just over 300 to more than 760 young security industry professionals and had a number of noteworthy accomplishments. 

You can learn more about Matt Feenan, the award, RISE and The Advance in SIA's official press release; please let me know if you have any questions. SIA is happy to assist should you be interested in covering this story and need any additional information, quotes and/or interviews.

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