NYSSPE Positions to be filled for 2021-2023
Nominations are due no later than Dec. 4, 2020
One of the most important tasks you will be requested to participate in as a member of NYSSPE is Officer Nominations. It is an opportunity for you to provide the Nominating Committee with recommendations for the future leadership of our Professional Society. It deserves your prompt, careful and thoughtful consideration and input.
Officers already elected for two-year terms:
Joseph Pasaturo, PE – President: 2020-2022
Andrew Yarmus, PE, F.NSPE – President-Elect: 2020-2022
Laura Pellizzi, PE, F.NSPE – Treasurer: 2020-2022
Regional Vice Presidents – 2020-2022
New York Region – Rick Lefever, PE
Northeast Region – Ernest Gailor, PE
Western New York Region – David Roberts, PE
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED – 2021-2023
(Current Assistant Treasurer – John Sucharski, PE – can NOT be re-elected)
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS TO BE ELECTED – 2021-2023
The Regional Vice Presidents represent their designated chapters and are responsible for reporting their activities and issues to the Executive Committee and Board. Term of Office: Two years, allowed 3 consecutive terms. Roles & Responsibilities: Serve as a voting member of the Board and of the Executive Committee (Ex-Com), Attend Executive Committee Meetings (4-5 yr) and Board Meetings (2 yr), Communicate with your chapters & report to Ex-Com, Works on special projects as assigned by Ex-Com or the President and report on them.
Central New York Region
(Current VP – 2nd term, Peter Lautensack, PE – can be re-elected)
(Current VP – 3rd term, Andrew Yarmus, PE – can NOT be re-elected)
Long Island Region
(Current VP – 3rd term, David Macedonio, PE– can NOT be re-elected)
NSPE FELLOW MEMBER NOMINATION
The NSPE Fellow Program is a national program intended to recognize deserving professional engineers who have demonstrated long-term professional service at the chapter, state, and national levels of NSPE. The NSPE Board of Directors established the Fellow recognition program to honor those licensed members who have demonstrated exemplary service to the profession, the Society, and the community.
Individuals recommended for consideration will be sent a form, which they are to use for submitting biographical information. Therefore, it is not necessary for you to provide a lot of detailed information. However, you are encouraged to submit a brief summary of why you feel an individual may be particularly qualified for consideration. In the past, such summaries have proven extremely useful to the committee in its deliberations.