Meet the
people
of ASFPM

- Chad Berginnis, CFM
Executive Director
- Ingrid D. Wadsworth, CFM
Deputy Director Operations
- Larry A. Larson, P.E., CFM
Director Emeritus, Sr. Policy Advisor
Meg Galloway joined the ASFPM policy team in 2019. In this role Meg provides input into national and state flood policy issues of importance to the Association and its mission.
- Meg Galloway
Senior Policy Advisor
- Anita Larson
Certification Coordinator
- Nancy Dunham
Certification Assistant
- Jason Schneeberger
IT/Facilities Manager
- Suzanne Gillingham
Accountant
- Gigi Trebatoski
Chapter & ASFPM Foundation Coordinator
Sarah Waller began working for ASFPM as the conference and event planner in January 2019. With several years of experience in the event industry, she has a proven history of successfully executing corporate and non-profit events of all sizes. At ASFPM, Waller is responsible for planning and executing the annual national conference, as well as several other meetings and events throughout the year.
- Sarah Waller
Conference & Event Planner
Kevin Currie, ASFPM's training and e-learning coordinator since July 2018, works with staff, volunteer leadership, members and chapters to identify training needs. He is responsible for managing, developing and deploying ASFPM's comprehensive training program.
- Kevin Currie
Training and E-Learning Coordinator
Cate Secora, a native Madisonian, is our membership engagement coordinator. She has a BA in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her experience includes banking, campaign staffing and youth-oriented nonprofit work.
- Cate Secora
Membership Engagement Coordinator
- Sharon Morgan
Certification Assistant
- Drew Whitehair, CFM
Director
Bill Brown is the senior project manager for ASFPM's Flood Science Center. He oversees science-based research projects focused on reducing flood risk.
- Bill Brown, P.E.
Senior Project Manager
Alan Lulloff is a senior project manager with the Flood Science Center, managing research and outreach projects for the association. In addition to ASFPM's published reports, ASFPM's FSC program also has developed training materials for one-day workshops on Coastal No Adverse Impact and has conducted 10 Coastal No Adverse Workshops over the past three years on the Atlantic Coast and Gulf of Mexico.
- Alan Lulloff, P.E., CFM
Senior Project Manager
Jeff Stone joined ASFPM in November 2007 as a project manager and Geographic Information System (GIS) coordinator.
- Jeff Stone, CFM
Research & Development Manager
ASFPM hired Jason Hochschild in July 2011. Hochschild is a GIS analyst with ASFPM’s Flood Science Center. He is a key contributor to the center’s GIS, web mapping projects and projects requiring HAZUS analysis.
- Jason Hochschild
IT/GIS Analyst
Melissa Haig began working for ASFPM in June 2015. As a research librarian she is responsible for developing and maintaining the ASFPM library and providing research support for ASFPM staff and the broader community.
- Melissa Haig, MLIS
Research Librarian
Beth Klusinske splits her time in the Flood Science Center between research, writing and editing on flood science topics and cataloging physical and digital items for ASFPM’s Flood Library.
- Beth Klusinske
Research Associate
Dave Fowler has more than 40 years of experience in flood management, stormwater issues, water resources and water quality management.
- Dave Fowler, DCL, CFM
Senior Project Manager
Things aren’t always #000000 and #FFFFFF. Wonder gal dev in-house. An earthy girl after hours. Coffee makes me awesome. Wine does not. Addicted to Tik-Tok and Music. Loves family, dogs, and creative arts in no particular order.
- Jennifer A. Niles
Front End Web Developer
Mary Bart has more than 25 years of communications experience, including deep expertise in writing, editing, public relations, content marketing, and social media.
- Mary Bart
Communications Coordinator
The Association of State Floodplain Managers is an organization of professionals involved in floodplain management, flood hazard mitigation, National Flood Insurance Program, and flood preparedness, warning and recovery. ASFPM is a respected voice in floodplain management practice and policy in the United States because it represents flood hazard specialists of local, state and federal government, research community, insurance industry and the fields of engineering, hydrologic forecasting, emergency response, water resources and others.

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