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  1. State of the AssociationLooking forward - 2012 / 2013 Presented by: Merlyn Hough 2012 President A&WMA 2012 / 2013 Overview

  2. Peter Hess, Chair of Search Team for New A&WMA Executive Director Bob Hall, Interim A&WMA Executive Director

  3. A&WMA Past Presidents at ACE 2012 in San Antonio “An old timer is a man or woman who’s had a lot of interesting experiences, some of them true.”

  4. Looking Back at … ACE-2012 in San Antonio! And looking forward to… ACE-2013 in Chicago! OVERVIEW: 2012

  5. Ryan Bayer Terry Casey “The really great man makes everyone else feel great.” Cindy Smiley

  6. Keynote Speakers at ACE 2012: Kevin Butt, Toyota Carl Rush, Waste Management

  7. “A man kin learn a heap of things if he keeps his ears washed.”

  8. Critical Review Panel on “Energy Supplies and Future Engines for Land, Sea and Air”

  9. Honors & Awards “If you always do right, you will please some folks and make the rest wonder what you’re up to.”

  10. Susan Wierman, S. Smith Griswold Award

  11. 2012 Honors & Awards Recipients

  12. Student Awards Ceremony

  13. 2012 Student Awards and Scholarships Recipients

  14. Laura Cremer introducing the “YP Toolkit” at the Student Awards Ceremony “Some folks follow old wagon tracks. Others break new trails.”

  15. My Personal A&WMA Experience Professional Development Specialty Conferences, especially PM & Ozone Technical Workshops Journal & EM magazine Webinars Networking & Friendships Section (PNWIS and other) meetings Chapter (Oregon, Puget Sound) meetings A&WMA Annual Conferences & Exhibitions Leadership Opportunities At Chapter, Section & International levels Career Advancement (supported by all the above) A&WMA 2012

  16. My Personal A&WMA Experience Professional Development Specialty Conferences, especially PM & Ozone Technical Workshops Journal & EM magazine Webinars Networking & Friendships Section (PNWIS and other) meetings Chapter (Oregon, Puget Sound) meetings A&WMA Annual Conferences & Exhibitions Leadership Opportunities At Chapter, Section & International levels Career Advancement (supported by all the above) A&WMA 2012

  17. The 2012 Operational Budget • Focused on a providing relevant membership products and services • Both traditional and new programming is planned in 2012

  18. 2011 Financial Performance: From the Treasurer’s Report • At the end of each fiscal year, the surplus/deficit is added to the previous year’s balance to comprise the A&WMA’s Fund Balance (FB) • Note, FB comprises part of the Cash/Investments. • In the “for-profit” world, you would term these funds our “retained earnings” • Our fund balance is approximately $800K • As of 12/31/11 – A&WMA Investments/Cash are estimated to be approximately $1,162,165with $556K invested in Mutual Funds and $501K in Certificates of Deposits earning 4-5%. FUND BALANCE

  19. Regarding: Election for the Board of Directors 2013 The selection of the A&WMA Board of Directors is an important process because a great deal of responsibility is entrusted to them.  They possess considerable talents and leadership skills, and the strength of the group comes from the different areas of expertise each brings to the table.  The Nominating Committee has carefully completed the process of identifying a slate of candidates for the positions of President-Elect and Directors (term beginning January 2013).  The slate has been approved by the sitting Board of Directors and will soon be presented to you, the membership-at-large, for voting.  While the A&WMA elections have typically been held in the Spring of each year, this year the election for the newest members of the A&WMA Board of Directors will be held this coming July – August. This later ballot schedule was necessary due to several factors including the need to institute a new user-friendly and completely secure web-based ballot system.  In early July, notice of the Board of Directors election will be sent to you via email and US postal mail, as well as posted on the A&WMA website.  Please exercise your right as a member to vote for our Association’s highest leadership positions.  Your support is important to the future of the Air & Waste Management Association and the profession.

  20. My Vision for the Association Provide Excellence in Member Services & Value Increase member value and number of members. Increase programs and member participation. Advance Environmental Knowledge Expand technical program offerings. Integrate efforts of the four councils and other task forces. Include both fast-track and comprehensive-track programs. Build Awareness of A&WMA Do internal and external assessments, with focused marketing. Promote A&WMA as a neutral forum for information exchange. Ensure Organization Continuity Combine experience and creativity of both seasoned and young professionals for environmental solutions.

  21. 2012: Community & Communications –Internal Initiative Program Development Taskforce Integration and coordination of efforts (products, services, and activities in support of Member Service and revenue generation) Why do we need a Program Development Taskforce? • In 2011, $90K of programs/meetings were cancelled, which accounted for most of the budget shortfall • Need a long term solution for filling the budget gap during non-Mega years • Previous Energy & Climate taskforce ran into resistance coordinating with current approaches • Need better integration of various programs Membership Committee Publications Committee Partnership Development Finance Committee

  22. President- Elect Sara Head is serving as the chair of the Program Development Task Force

  23. 2012: Community & Communications –Internal Initiative Program Development Taskforce Integration and coordination of efforts (products, services, and activities in support of Member Service and revenue generation) Program Development Taskforce Sara Head, Chair Rick Sprott, Vice Chair Technical Council Ricky Tropp, Past Chair PURPOSE Take the lead in promoting collaboration between the four Councils and the major standing Committees of the Board. COMPOSITION 12 Member, intra-governance “super taskforce” with one representative from each of the four Councils and four of the Board-appointed Committees. The President and the Executive Director will also serve as a members of the PDT to coordinate Board and Staff interactions and resources. Sections and Chapters Council Gleness Knauer , Chair Education Council Ram Ramanan, Chair Young Professionals Advisory Council Jennifer Tullier, Vice Chair Membership Committee Dallas Baker, Chair Finance Committee Dan Weiss, Vice Chair Publications Committee Mike Kleinman, Chair Partnership Development Committee Gary Gasperino, Chair International Affairs Committee Dave Calkins, Vice Chair

  24. Conferences & Events • How did we do 2011? $1.5 gross, $431K in profit, $63k+ to revenue sharing • Permitting Workshops – broken out with Section profit share totals..

  25. Conferences & Events • Scheduled for 2012 / 2013

  26. Looking Forward to ACE-2013 in Chicago! and… ACE-2014 in Long Beach! OVERVIEW: 2012