ASPE announces 2014–2016 Board of Directors

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Chicago — At the 2014 American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) Convention and Exposition held in Chicago in September, delegates from the Society’s local chapters elected the following individuals to serve on the ASPE Board of Directors for the 2014–2016 term:

•       President: Mitch Clemente, CPD
•       Vice President, Technical: Scott Steindler, CPD, GPD, LEED AP BD+C, ARCSA-AP(IS), GGP
•       Vice President, Membership: Kelvin Kennedy, CPD, GPD, CD, FASPE
•       Vice President, Education: David DeBord, CPD, GPD, LEED AP, BD+C, ARCSA-AP, CFPS, FASPE
•       Vice President, Legislative: Carol Johnson, CPD, LEED AP, CFI
•       Vice President, Affiliate: Vincent Scriboni
•       Treasurer: Chris Graham, CPD, FASPE
•       Region 1 Director: Rui Paul Silvestre
•       Region 2 Director: Keith Bush, CPD, CSI
•       Region 3 Director: James Zebrowski, PE, CPD, FASPE
•       Region 4 Director: Donald Strickland, CPD, GPD
•       Region 5 Director: Bryan Hutton

A major focus of the 2014–2016 ASPE Board of Directors will be increasing the Society’s visibility in the international plumbing community to help promote the role plumbing engineers play in protecting human health and safety, as well as our precious natural resources, through the design of safe, efficient plumbing systems. The Board of Directors will also be spearheading new initiatives and training programs to encourage and educate the next generation of plumbing engineers.

“Our goal is to focus on education and membership growth by implementing plans to increase participation in ASPE webinars and workshops because engineers and designers can improve their knowledge through these programs and, as a result, become more informed and valuable professionals in the field of plumbing engineering,” says ASPE President Mitch Clemente, CPD. “We will also be implementing a membership growth plan to encourage our Chapter leaders to reach out face-to-face with peers in their region and explain the benefits of ASPE.”

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