President & CEO
Jamie Fraser began his career in the flight simulation business, building fixed based flight and maintenance trainers for F18, F-15, H-46, 747, A320 among other airframes. Following 11 years of fun with aviation technology, and having completed his MBA, Jamie was recruited by Amphenol Corp (APH on NYSE) where he delivered growth and profitability across multiple industries and products through organic growth and multiple acquisitions on his way to becoming Senior Vice President and Group General Manager, Interconnect Systems. Another 11 years later Jamie made the move from Amphenol to Northern Digital, where, as President and CEO, he and his team grew their image guided surgery technology straight through the Great Recession achieving 4 times growth in 3.5 years. Northern Digital was sold to Roper Technologies, ROP on NYSE in 2011, where Jamie advised Roper through the transition before moving to Laborie Medical Technologies serving as Executive Chairman and Interim CEO. Laborie was sold in 2016 having grown 5 times through organic and add-on acquisitions during his 4.5 years.When not driving for higher growth, he and his wife spend their time flying their general aviation airplane, scuba diving, and being kids again with their 6 grandchildren.
Interim Chief Financial Officer
With more than ten years managing the financial reports at AAMP, Steve has shown the energy, enthusiasm and complete dedication that has helped AAMP grow from a family-owned small company to the powerhouse company it has now become.
In his over twenty years of financial management experience, Steve has become known for being a conscientious and goals-oriented team player. He settles for nothing short of excellence in all that he does, and his staff recognizes that as a model. Steve is constantly looking for ways to enhance productivity and to generate a sense of initiative in those around him. He truly works to implement positive change on a daily basis.
Prior to AAMP, Steve managed financial operations at several companies including Metlife and American Express. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the State University of New York at Albany.
When Steve is not at AAMP, he is often spending time with his wonderful family including his wife and two energetic daughters. They enjoy sailing, museums, and adventure vacations. One of his Steve’s life goals is to visit every single one of America's National Parks. With just the Everglades, Mount Rainier and Glacier Bay parks under his belt, Steve has a long way to go.
Scott Forst is the President, Americas of AAMP Global, responsible for leading AAMP's largest business footprint: North & South America. In this role Scott is not only responsible for driving the strategic product development roadmap, but also AAMP's go-to-market efforts, and strategic partnerships across all sales channels including mass retailers, 12-volt specialists, distributors, and OEM partners. He comes to AAMP from Generations Brands, a global supplier of Decorative Lighting and Ceiling fans, where he served as the Vice President of Sales for the Feiss Lighting and Monte Carlo Fan division. Prior to Generation Brands Scott served in management, sales and marketing roles at Hunter Fan Company working for both Hunter Fan Company and Casablanca Fan Company. He received his bachelors degree from Florida State University. He spends his free time with his wife Hillary and his son Hudson.
EVP / GM Safety and Head of OEM Sales Partnerships
Brad Chapple is the Executive Vice President / General Manager of Safety at AAMP Global. In a world where road accidents are commonplace, Brad’s team of focused engineers, product strategists, sales and marketing, drive a category that is positively impacting people’s lives with technology. This includes strategy, design, development, product mix, personnel, training and support for sales channels including mass retailers, 12-volt specialists, distributors, and OEM partners of vehicle safety solutions.
Prior to AAMP Brad co-founded and served as CEO and President of Intraphex, a company specializing in the development and manufacturing of in-vehicle safety and infotainment technology. Intraphex’s quickly grew and was acquired by AAMP Global in 2013.
He received his bachelors degree from Michigan State University.
In his spare time Brad can be found spending time with his family attending his children’s sporting events, traveling, or enjoying his personal hobby, Flying General Aviation Airplanes.
EVP/GM Audio, Connectivity & Distributed Brands
Growth hacking before it was cool.
Marie Still is Chief Marketing Officer, she leads a team of marketing, events and customer training gladiators. A BA in English and an MBA in Marketing, speaker, blogger, digital media addict and modest marketing extraordinaire. Her previous life was in CPG where she served as Sr. Director of Strategic Initiatives at Catalina. Kicking off her career in the interactive advertising world, with the last gig being the Director of Marketing for the multi-billion dollar AOL. In her spare time she enjoys long walks to the Starbucks line, binge watching crime documentaries on Netflix and raising the four most awesome minions.
GM Integration and Infotainment
Brett Riggs is the head of Integration and Infotainment at AAMP Global. Brett started with PAC in 1995 when OEM integration and vehicle interfacing were becoming an everyday occurrence for the mobile installer. In his current role, he leads the strategic direction for the integration and infotainment categories and is in charge of product development and engineering. Brett earned a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and has previously worked for Delco Electronics Corp. giving him a perspective of OEM integration from both sides of the fence. Under Brett’s leadership PAC has become a leader in the field of aftermarket integration products and continues to offer the aftermarket audio / video market daily solutions to their needs. PAC’s patented Steering Wheel Control Interface (SWI-X) was developed by Brett and the expanding line of steering wheel control interfaces continue to sell thousands of units monthly emphasizing the need for solutions for the aftermarket industry. In his spare time Brett enjoys woodworking, car restoration and home remodeling.
Senior Vice President, Sales
Herb Brown, Senior Vice President of Sales at AAMP Global, has 25 years of experience in the vehicle entertainment industry; 23 of them with AAMP. In his current role, Herb oversees a fourteen member direct staff of hungry sales warriors, eight domestic rep firms employing over twenty individual field sales reps that cover the continental US, and the in-field AAMP sales team: Team Phantom.
He began his career with AAMP in 1992 with a dynamic goal of making sure every customer fully understood and experienced the value of high level service as well as industry leading products. Herb received top sales awards as a sales associate and was promoted to National Sales Manager before being named Vice President of Sales.
An experienced industry professional that pushes his team to permeate the AAMP brand across all sales channels with a strong foundational belief in relationship selling. He and his wife's free time is mostly spent at high School Baseball, Football, or Golf matches watching their two sons compete. He is also an umpire instructor for high school and Little League baseball.
Global Human Resources Manager
Katie Quinn is AAMP’s Global Human Resources Manager, where she is responsible to AAMP’s most important resource, humans! Katie oversees culture, talent acquisition, benefits administration, and HR compliance. Katie spent the last five years managing top legal talent for Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP in both Washington, D.C. and Atlanta, GA. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in History from University of South Florida, a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management from Georgetown University, and a former AmeriCorps VISTA! When she is not traveling the world, you can find her baking sugary sweets to share, hiking with her four-legged puppy pal Paisley, or watching college football – Go Bulls!