Ted Collier holds a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas. After a stint with General Electric, he started in the audio video industry in 1974 founding his first company Audio Communications Corporation in Houston, Texas which specialized in large-scale, multi-faceted audio-visual systems and growing the company into a multi-million dollar operation.
Collier sold the company in 2000 to Fisk Corp., and immediately began Audio Visual Solutions Inc. Making that another very successful AV company, he sold it, and in 2015 co-founded AVEX AV, which is in successful operation today. Collier has worked with thousands of customers over the years and has built a loyal following of repeat and notable clients include Wortham Center, George R. Convention Center, Second Baptist Church, Minute Maid Park, Harris County Jail, Chase Bank, and many more.
His other business interests have included a Café Dolce Gelato and a retail plant nursery. In addition to his vast business career, he is a member of Second Baptist Church and served on the board of The McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise at Houston Baptist University. He is married to Madeline Collier and are the parents of four children.