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ASFPM Membership dues apply to the calendar year, so membership always runs from Jan. 1-Dec. 31. If you become a member after Oct. 1, your membership dues will apply to membership for the remainder of the current year and all of the following year. Membership is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Individual members may access the Membership Directory online by logging into the Member Portal. Corporate, agency and chapter partners may request a copy by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individual members of ASFPM can join or renew their membership online through our Member Portal. Once logged into the Member Portal, members can then update their contact information, renew membership, review/change committee participation status, access the national Member Directory, register for the national conference, access webinar promo codes/schedule and view/submit CEC records if they are a CFM. Please note that this site is currently only available for individual members of ASFPM.
If you need your login information to access the Member Portal, contact email@example.com
Who are ASFPM Members?
ASFPM individual members, corporate partners, agency partners, and chapters represent a diverse cross section of the floodplain management community of practice. Our members represent all 10 FEMA regions, all 50 states, U.S. territories, local, state, tribal, and federal government, private industry, nonprofit and academia.
Renew Membership or Update Your Contact Information
Looking to update your contact information? Corporate and agency partners should email contact information updates to firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual members may either log in to the Member Portal and update their information online, or send their updated contact information to email@example.com. Please note that changes to your records online will be marked as pending until they are approved by ASFPM staff.
We welcome your feedback and comments. ASFPM will continue to modify the website and add new features in the future. If you have any questions regarding your ASFPM membership please contact us at (608) 828-3000 or send comments and questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the Chapter Membership page for information on the benefits of an ASFPM chapter in your state.
Why I'm an
"ASFPM is a non-political organization looking to protect financial and physical health of the nation. Its members can change policy for the better," said Tim Trautman, ASFPM's Mitigation Pod Facilitator and Program Manager for the Mecklenburg County Engineering and Mitigation Department in North Carolina
"ASFPM membership enables me to partner w/ folks nation-wide as passionate about FP leadership as I am: together we serve better!" said Del Schwalls, P.E. and CFM from Orlando, Florida.
"I love being a member of ASFPM. Where else can I talk about NFIP, CRS, LiMWAs, CAZs, FIRMs, SFHAs, Map-Mod, D-FIRMs, ECs and CFMs without having to translate? Floodplain geeks together!" said Claire Jubb, CFM from Charlotte County, Florida.
"What's not to LOVE about being @FloodsOrg member? Access to experts, education community, resources, knowledge share, GREAT people," said John A. Miller from New Jersey.
"Best advantage as an ASFPM member: the conference fully charges my batteries and I'm ready to promote smart floodplain management," said Tom McDonald, CFM from Georgia.
"Networking, webinars, conferences and new ideas," said Melissa Becker, CFM, from Louisiana.
"I love being able to help my community be safe," said Jill Growe from Chatham County, Georgia.
"The best part about being an ASFPM member: Geek becomes a term of endearment," said Kyle Riley, ASFPM District 4 Chapter Director from Iowa.
"I am a part of ASFPM's work to reduce suffering," said Janet Thigpen, a CFM in New York and ASFPM's district 1 Chapter Director.
"The hundreds of resources readily available, the people and contacts, and of course - the amazing conference," said Kara Moree, a CFM in Louisiana and Louisiana Floodplain Management Association secretary.
"Brings me closer to the people who are knowledgeable about floodplain management," said Kevin Hayes, a civil engineer in Georgia.
"I started in 2013 having an emergency management background and little exposure to floodplain management. Everyone I have met has been extremely helpful and mentoring as I took tentative steps into this deep pool. I have learned as much from all the sessions at conference as the networking. I feel blessed to have so many new friends and colleagues. Learning more as I join the ASFPM Foundation. I am ready to dive in for more!" said Veronica Villalobos-Pogue, program coordinator for the Arkansas Natural Resource Commission.
"The networking of all of these very knowledgeable people," said Darla Duet, a CFM and floodplain manager from Lafourche Parish, Louisiana.
"I love being a new member of ASFPM. This was a great week meeting new friends and making great connections at #ASFPM2015 Atlanta," said Melinda Hopkins, a CFM and NFIP Planner for the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency.