MEMBERSHIP & COMMUNITIES

2018 Annual Report

ASFPM 2018 Annual Overview

FEMA Regions with the
most ASFPM members

  • Region 4 – 2,053 members
  • Region 3 – 870 members
  • Region 9 – 785 members
  • Region 8 – 778 members
  • Region 5 – 528 members

Nationwide Certification

as of Nov. 1 for each year

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How ASFPM Spends Membership Dues

Individual dues $160
(Click on bar graph title for more information)
  • IT & Tech, Operations HR – $45.19 45% 45%
  • Science & Tool Development – $44.95 45% 45%
  • Training: Conference, Webinars, Workshops – $30.49 30% 30%
  • National & State Policy – $23.20 23% 23%
  • CFM – $6.19 6% 6%
  • Membership Admin., Chapters & ASFPM Foundation – $5.78 6% 6%
  • Outreach & Communications – $4.20 4% 4%

ASFPM Membership & Partners

as of Nov. 1
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS – 6,273
STUDENT MEMBERS – 27
HONARY MEMBERS – 18
RETIRED MEMBERS – 14
*Members per partner category
AGENCY PARTNERS – 30 (58*)
CORPORATE PARTNERS – 47 (96*)
CHAPTER PARTNERS – 37 (74*)
TOTAL MEMBERS = 7.010

ASPM Free Webinars & Independent Study

Planning Information Exchange

700-1,000

attendees per event – In cooperation with APA

Cooperating
Technical Partners

500-700

attendees per event

Natural Floodplain
Functions Alliance

200

Approx.
attendees per event – In cooperation with ASWM

ASFPM Special Edition Webinars
i.e. NAI Lunch-n-Learn

0-100

Attendees vary for each session

EMI G Classes

0

Free independent study
– In cooperation with EMI

ASPM Paid Webinars & Independent Study

ASFPM Webinar Series

100-200

attendees per event – Low cost registration fees – Discounted rate with ASFPM individual or chapter memberhip

ASFPM Online University – Red Vector

0-?

Independent study – In cooperation with CBOR – Course costs vary – Discounted rate with membership

ASFPM Policy Advocacy

  • Pushed for changes in law to better assist communities with postdisaster floodplain management
  • Helped revive the Flood Mapping Coalition to improve flood mapping & funding
  • Educates Congress on what works & what needs to be revised in federal programs to help states & communities
  • Working with multiple federal agencies on rules to improve flood risk management programs
  • Advocates for funding key flood risk management programs in multiple agencies
  • Now offers monthly national policy webinars to keep members up-to-date on key issues impacting their communities

ASFPM Annual National
Conference & Expo

ASFPM 2017 & 2018 Annual National Conference

SAVE THE DATE!

Future 2020 Conference
Fort Worth, TX – June 7-11, 2020
Future 2021 Conference –
Raleigh, NC – May 9-13, 2021

ASFPM Flood Science Center

Author

Nov 27, 2019

2018 Annual Report

Six states, per agreement with ASFPM, administer the national CFM® Program in their states. for the national CFM. If you live in one of the following states, please follow the link to your chapter's site for more information.
Arkansas Floodplain Management Association, Inc.
Arkansas Floodplain Managers Association (AFMA)
Illinois Association for Floodplain and Stormwater Management
Illinois Association for Floodplain and Stormwater Management (IAFSM)
New Mexico Floodplain Managers Association
New Mexico Floodplain Managers Association (NMFA)
North Carolina Association of Floodplain Managers
North Carolina Association of Floodplain Managers (NCAFPM)
Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association
Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association (OFMA)
Texas Floodplain Management Association
Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA)
CFM® is a registered trademark of the ASFPM Certified Floodplain Manager Program and available only to valid CFMs.
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