Our People

Perry D’Angelo

SKMac began as a father/son venture—as many good things do. Perry’s father, Jack, had been a longtime veteran of the company when Perry joined him in 1979. They later bought the company from Mrs. Macdonald. When Jack passed in 1993, Perry assumed the reins and added to SKMac’s legacy with his steadfast devotion to honesty, excellence and plain ol’ hard work—values that continue to underwrite SKMac’s success. He wears many hats: president, salesperson and fun master. It’s important to maximize the profits and minimize the stuffiness he says. He’s maintained decades old relationships with most of SKMac’s customers because they trust him and they like him (Well, most of them, anyway.) He’ll grow your business and make you laugh while he’s doing it. Outside the office, he’s active in his church and community, and enjoys cheering for his two college–age sons (go Terps) in whatever they’re doing. Perry loves his hometown Orioles and Ravens. Don’t sit by him though. Perry and his giant foam finger can get a little excited.

p:410.504.9507

e:pdangelo@skmac.com

Todd Peden

Todd’s first job in the industry dates back to the hair band days of 1982 when he sold audio gear and managed sound for local bands in his college town. From there he spent some time in MI retail in Chicago, and was the National Field Sales Manager for an audio equipment manufacturer based out of Chicago. That started his journey into training and sales management. He soon graduated to speaker design for houses of worship, at the same time providing product and professional audio training and sales management for a prominent New England speaker manufacturer. In 1995, he left the Mid–West and moved his family to NJ where he became a principal at a manufacturer’s representative firm. In 2009, he left the NY metro area and joined SKMac—assuming the role of Laurel to Perry’s Hardy. Todd’s role in the company is to provide dealer and end user training, design and demonstration support, and sales management for all field sales people. Todd holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music with a heavy concentration in math and the physical sciences. He is CTS and ISF-C certified, and has taught training seminars offering CTS renewal credits since 2007. Todd is also an active part of the tech team in his church, and has been a “front of house” engineer in live band and house of worship venues for years. Let’s get right to it, he knows his stuff. He also knows way too much about the mating habits of iguanas, but we won’t get into that.

p:973.420.0500

e:tpeden@skmac.com

Timothy Cornish

Tim joined SKMac in 2002, and has represented our manufacturers with an unsurpassed commitment to excellence, professionalism and customer service. Tim covers the whole state of Virginia south of Fredericksburg—and then some. Just ask him how big the state of Virginia is. Prior to joining the company, Tim worked for a competitive representative company (we’ve forgiven him) for nine years in various inside and outside sales positions as well as with LARES Associates, a pioneer in electronic Acoustical Reinforcement Enhancement Systems. He’s also acted as a personal guitar tech, RF coordinator, vest bedazzler and overall technology go–to person for MCC Tours, Mary Chapin Carpenter. And if that’s not enough experience for you, Tim has also worked for many years in the MI/Pro Audio/Recording and Technology segment of our industry at various retail locations throughout the Washington DC metro area. Show off. Tim “works” from his house and car in Central Virginia–and likes a good pair of ECCO shoes. Who doesn’t?

p:434.989.8622

e:tcornish@skmac.com

Jeffrey Mullin

Jeff has 25 years invested in the industry, the last sixteen with SKMac. He lives in Metro Baltimore with his wife and two beautiful daughters, and single–handedly holds down the fort at SKM World Headquarters in Reisterstown, MD. Jeff covers MI and AV retail, production and lighting sales for SKMac in Delaware, Northern VA and Maryland—his odometer is proof of how hard he works. Jeff came to SKMac with previous rep and industry experience, and prior to that, Jeff spent eleven years in retail MI sales. Bottom line: Jeff’s a seasoned sales guy. He is also active in the local music scene, playing drums in two different Baltimore bands. Jeff is the unofficial mayor of Baltimore, and his favorite product to sell is anything that goes to eleven.

p:410.340.9887

e:jmullin@skmac.com

Gregory Geiser

Greg is the youngest member of the SKMac family and is very excited to own the title of the company’s one and only millennial. Greg comes to SKMac with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Recording Technology, coupled with a five-year stint at Clair Global in Lititz, PA, where he specialized in digital mixing consoles. Greg is looking forward to partnering with new teammate, Jason, and together rocking the rep world as our systems sales representatives in Eastern PA, DE, and Southern NJ. Greg is an avid golfer, bourbon aficionado and working musician. You will find him playing in local hot spots throughout Central and Eastern PA, fending off groupies and soccer moms. Greg and his family reside in Wilmington, DE.

p:717.615.4844

e:ggeiser@skmac.com

Jason Drayer

Before joining SKMac in 2012, Jason spent four years representing manufacturers in the Mid–Atlantic region with a competing rep firm. He developed his love for technology and music and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Recording Technology. Jason began his career in pro audio sales at a Central Pennsylvania music store and earns his stripes every darn day. Jason’s developed a reputation for energetic trainings and demonstrations, which he performs while servicing contractor accounts in Central/Eastern PA and Maryland. He lives in Central PA with his wife and their three children. Occasionally, Jason will demonstrate product for them in his living room in full Kermit voice. He hasn’t gotten used to the heckling, though.

p:717.608.0952

e:jdrayer@skmac.com

Michael Waskevich

Mike grew up in South Jersey, moved to Central PA to get a recording degree and never looked back. After a stint in radio as a production director, he worked MI retail for seven years. Since then, he’s been a sales representative in the Mid–Atlantic, covering SKMac’s retail accounts in Central PA and Southern NJ. He also runs a commercial recording studio (another basement start–up). When he’s not on the road or recording his super–secret alt rock album, he spends what little spare time he has uncovering microbrew IPAs.

p:717.439.4168

e:mwashkevich@skmac.com

Cindi D’Angelo

Cindi started working for SKMac in 1990. (How do you work for that guy for that long?) I’ll tell you how. She’s a Perry survivor. Her pleasant personality and attention to detail has delighted customers, manufacturers and employees here for 26 years. When she’s not sitting back and listening to her son, Andrew, sing and play the guitar, or wiping Perry’s uh, nose, you will find Cindi volunteering at her church. If you ask her nicely, she will bake you cookies. Seriously, she will.

p:410.526.1776

e:cdangelo@skmac.com

Jacqui Weinstock

Jacqui is the other half of the D’Angelo sister dynamic duo and is another Perry survivor. (How do you work for that guy for that long?) Her seventeen years of experience in office management and front–line customer service before joining SKMac in 1998 landed her a vital role in operations. She provides unrivaled customer service and support and is the oldest of the D’Angelo siblings. As much as it’s humanly possible, it’s Jacqui’s job to keep everyone in check at SKMac. She’s our “regulator.” Jacqui has two adult sons, and enjoys wearing hemp. Even in winter.

p:410.526.1776

e:jdangelo@skmac.com

Cathy Peden

Cathy (and yes, the poor woman has been married to Todd since 1983) began her career at SKMac in 2015. Having worked for 15 years as an inside sales and customer service agent for an A/V rep firm in Metro New York, Cathy brings loads of customer service experience with her. She knows a thing or two about mortgage loan processing, AR/AP and tag and title work, which is helpful, too. Cathy is another Perry “nose–wiper”, and also helps support the field sales and sales management team. Cathy, like Jacqui, also has two adult male offspring and likes to recycle. She does not wear hemp, preferring good old–fashioned cotton.

p:410.526.1776

e:cpeden@skmac.com