© 2019 Integration Nation, Inc.

Our mission is to connect a community of students, professionals, and organizations for the purposes of increasing access to technology and careers in the Pro-AV industry.

We accomplish this mission through 3 strategic focuses:

  • Create networking opportunities for aspiring young professionals and industry veterans and employers

  • Promote Pro-AV/IT industry awareness within the larger technology and education community

  • Address workforce pipeline by partnering with industry associations, encouraging certifications, and connecting with workforce development initiatives



Integration Nation, Inc. dba Integration Baltimore is a 501(c)(3) Federal EIN #82-0949450


Ernie Beck


Ernie Beck is the Founder and Director of Integrate Baltimore and a Maryland native. He's passionate about technologies that improve the human experience, thoughtful design, and bringing like-minded people together. Follow on twitter @ernie_beck & @integratebaltimore

Alexis Bryant LaBroi, MBA, CTS

Board of Directors

Alexis has enjoyed a career in the audiovisual industry in live events and integration positions.  She is a Systems Consultant for Avitecture, Inc., an AV integration firm based in Sterling, VA.  She is interested in encouraging women and young people to enter technology fields.  Alexis graduated with her B.S. in Communications from Northwestern University and her MBA from Strayer University

Josh Scarff

Board of Directors & Secretary

By day, Josh Scarff is Regional Sales Manager for Crestron Electronics. By night, he's a facilitator, communicator, and all around nice guy.  He started his career in the consumer electronics industry before earning his Bachelors Degree from Towson University in Business Administration. In his free time he enjoys playing Disc Golf and designing Disc Golf courses throughout Maryland. He currently resides in Jacksonville, MD with his wife and two daughters.  

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Integrate Baltimore, originally the unofficial "AV Club" of Baltimore, began as an outlet for industry professionals to network and give back through charitable causes. In 2013, the first AV Club meeting commenced and since then has steadily grown a following of professionals who care about their industry and their community.
In 2015, the AV Club officially became Integrate Baltimore to be more inclusive of other technology sectors, not just Pro-AV. 
n 2017, Integrate Baltimore successfully completed the process of becoming a certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to expand it's reach. We then began focusing deeper on the some important challenges regarding technology surplus, accessibility, and workforce development.