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NCSEA Press Release - Two Listserv Members

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New Advocacy Committee Chair

Dave Adams, SE, with Lane Engineers, Tulare, California, was appointed
by the Board of Directors to chair the NCSEA Advocacy Committee.  In
this role, Dave will coordinate the activities of the four Advocacy
subcommittees and work with the ASCE/SEI Public Relations Committee to
enhance the image of practicing structural engineers. 

Dave takes on this new position after serving for a number of years as
chair of the Students & Educators Subcommittee of the Advocacy
Committee.  Dave and the S&E subcommittee rolled out the first
Structural Engineering poster at the NCSEA Annual Conference in New
Orleans last year and they are presently creating a new poster for our
conference in Kansas City.  This subcommittee is also working on a photo
database for the presentations and a competition clearinghouse aimed at
middle school, high school and community college students and teachers.
The other Advocacy subcommittees include Regulators, Clients & Prospects
and General Public & Media.  

Dave is replacing Stan Caldwell, SEAoT, who resigned in August 2005 in
order to pursue other interests.  Stan served as chair since September
2000 and built the committee to twenty engineers from fourteen member
organizations.  He also worked closely with Val Erickson /CT Structural
Engineers Coalition and Rawn Nelson/SEAOC to forge a mutually beneficial
relationship between NCSEA and SEI.

We look forward to the continued success of this committee under Dave's
leadership with new ideas and new energy.

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