As Vice President of Global Business Development, John has led project development and client relationship management efforts for PSX since 2017.
March brings unparalleled expertise to PSX, from his work on the Lunar Orbiter and Voyager with NASA, to numerous World Expo Pavilions, Lotte World, The Festival Fountain and Atlantis Fountain at the Forum Shops at Caesars, E.T.’s Adventure at Universal Studios, Florida and Los Angeles, to world class attractions for Disney. In total, March has delivered more than 50 Theme park, museum, and world expo projects over his career throughout North America, Italy, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan, and more.
March has an eclectic educational background. He graduated Glendale College in Electronic Technology, Graduated Barstow College in Applied Physics, attended Cal Tech in Management of Technical Personal, attended Cal Berkley in Astronomy, Graduated American Management Association in Management, attended Life Bible College in Theology.
March has written several articles on technology in attractions for trade publications and worked with Monte Lunde in the Founding of the TEA (Themed Entertainment Association). March has also been a guest speaker at IAAPA, International Gaming Conference, TILE in Europe, as well as ASTM and AAM.