Teresa Gonzalez Appointed to CSAA Board of Directors

Teresa Gonzalez, president of United Central Control, Inc. (San Antonio, TX) has been appointed to the CSAA Board of Directors.

“No association can succeed without volunteer participation, and Teresa has been one of our most active and effective member volunteers,” said CSAA President Jay Hauhn. “The leadership she has demonstrated as co-chair of our Education Committee since 2012 has resulted in significant upgrades to our educational programs. I am excited that she will be bringing this leadership and dedication to the CSAA Board.”

“It is a privilege and an honor to be asked to participate as a board member for CSAA. The association is a driving force in the industry representing its members in important initiatives effecting our industry,” said Gonzalez. “The security industry is experiencing rapid change more than ever in our history. Our association must also change to continue to be relevant and provide continued value to its members. It takes a lot of work, commitment and courage to make changes. CSAA is at a pivotal point of change, and it’s exciting to be a part of that change.”

Teresa Gonzalez (photo courtesy of Teresa Gonzalez)

Teresa Gonzalez (photo courtesy of Teresa Gonzalez)

Ms. Gonzalez is a 35-year security industry professional with over 28 of those years managing personnel, business operations and technical advancements in the central station environment. She joined United Central Control, Inc. (UCC) in 1997 as the Assistant Operations Manager where she was responsible for all technical and operational aspects of the company. In 2004 she was promoted to General Manager and in 2005 to Vice President.  In 2008 Gonzalez was promoted to the position of President, and appointed to the UCC Board of Directors in 2014.

“I look forward to working more closely with President Hauhn and the great group of successful business owners, executives and advisors who are on the CSAA board today,” said Gonzalez. “Learning from their experience and knowledge will be an added bonus.”

–Elizabeth Lasko, CSAA

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