Roland Huber Recently Recognized by America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
Farmingdale, NY, September 18, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Roland Huber of Mt. Airy, Maryland has recently been recognized by America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals as a VIP Member for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of Broadcasting.
About Roland Huber
Roland Huber was born in Sterling, Illinois. He has over 47 years of experience in the broadcasting industry mainly with the multimedia international broadcasting service funded by the U.S. Government. Dr. Huber earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina and the University of Maryland. He retired from the Voice of America in 2011 and from the US Army after 20 years of service. He is a decorated Vietnam Veteran having received the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service and Vietnam Service with Silver Star. Dr. Huber has authored 4 books, "A Ward of the State," "What makes a Leader," "Facing the World Without Love" and "Our Abandoned Children." All of his books are available on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. Dr. Huber's interest in the welfare and well being of children in foster homes stems from his own experience in foster care. He dislikes the lack of affection that children receive when they are shifted from one home to another because of state laws and regulations. He is affiliated with the VOA Amateur Radio Club, the VFW, President of Cape Fear Amateur Radio and was active at the 2011 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in 2011. His hobbies include Amateur radio, call sign WA41JR and lacrosse.
About America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals
America's Registry is a membership organization that gives its members the type of national recognition they strive for. Professional business people may join memberships, societies and organizations to develop business contacts, thus gaining image and credibility for themselves and their organization. As a powerful third party endorsement, America's Registry offers this kind of recognition for individuals on a national basis with the added benefit of instantaneous networking with the other members. Members are encouraged to welcome, network and assist each other whether they are in the same or an entirely different industry or profession. Being in America's Registry can be viewed by the members as a letter of introduction to all the other members.