A. Gene Samburg, Arlington, VA, is honored by the International Association of Who’s Who as America’s Most Influential in Security and Integrated Security Systems for his achievements within the fields of Electrical Engineering and Security.
ARLINGTON, VA, March 18, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — He is being acknowledged for his success in the role of founder and, now, former Chairman, President, and CEO of Kastle Systems International, LLC. Mr. Samburg studied at Cornell University where he received his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree. Following on from this he completed the Owner President Management Program (OPM) at Harvard University. He has also worked hard to become a Licensed Master Electrician as well as become a Certified Protection Professional (CPP). These achievements well equipped Mr. Samburg for the rest of his career.
A career of more than three decades has helped Mr. Samburg to gain unrivaled expertise in the fields of electrical engineering, marketing, and security. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Samburg held the role of chairman, president and CEO of Kastle Systems International, LLC. With a reputation as one of the most trusted firms in security systems, his company offered services which include design, installation, integration, maintenance, monitoring, and support.
Previous work experience of Mr. Samburg includes working for Westinghouse Security Systems where he provided the U.S. Secret Service with security systems for the White House and Camp David, as well as four presidential residences.
In order to broaden his knowledge and remain ahead in his field, Mr. Samburg is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS). Mr. Samburg also serves as a member of the board directors for Arena Stage, as president of his Condominium Association and holds membership with the Gridiron Club, and Woodmont Country Club.
Looking back on his successes to date, Mr. Samburg is proud of many career accomplishments including his contributions to business programs at Cornell University as well as having the opportunity to lecture on entrepteneurship at Georgetown University and American University.
Mr. Samburg is also privileged to have received awards on numerous occasions throughout his career including being named Ernst and Young’s Master Entrepreneur of the year in 1999, Top Entrepreneur of the Year from Security Sales and Integration Magazine in 2006, and designated to the INC 500, INC Magazine’s, list of the fastest growing private companies in 1982. He has also been highly revered for his written works that have been published in Security and Integration Magazine. One of his most recent accomplishments includes being named an Honoree by the Distinguished Humanitarian Award in 2019 and Inductee by Top Professional of the Year 2019.
Since his retirement in 2009, Mr. Samburg has enjoyed his newfound free time but still dips his toes into special projects when they are of interest and he offers a consultation service.
When reflecting on his success, Mr. Samburg attributes this to his dedication to motivate each individual to behave in an NTEDA manner; that is, to ‘Notice, Think, Evaluate, Decide, Act’.
For the original version of this press release, please visit 24-7PressRelease.com here