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SAMPE North America Names Slate of Leaders for 2025

SAMPE North America, a professional society for the advanced materials and processes community, recently announced its leadership slate for fiscal year 2025. The newly elected Executive Cabinet, past president representative, and directors to the Global Board will spearhead SAMPE’s initiatives to unify branding worldwide, expand technical relevance, foster engineering innovation, and amplify the organization’s global impact. 

These volunteers, elected by their peers, will assume their roles on July 1, 2024. They bring expertise from top universities, research institutions, and leading corporations in the advanced materials field.

German Reyes-Villanueva, PhD, associate professor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, will serve as president. Ashley Tracey, PhD, Engineer, The Boeing Co., will serve as executive vice president. Sana Elyas, Technical Professional-Industrial Collaborations, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Manufacturing Demonstration Facility, will serve as vice president. Monica Rommel, owner and CEO, Specialty Materials, will serve as treasurer, and John Misasi, PhD, polymer materials engineering program director, Western Washington University, will serve as secretary. Sarah Cox, materials engineer, is the immediate past president.

North America past president representative to the Global Board of Directors is Jerome Berg, senior manager of development and technology, Northrop Grumman Aeronautics Systems Sector (NGAS), Military Aircraft Systems Division, Clearfield, Utah. North America Directors to the Global Board of Directors are Robert Brushaber, director of engineering, Texas Research Institute Austin Inc., and Stephen Scarborough, international expert, Air Liquide. 

“Please welcome this exceptional group of leaders who will steer SAMPE North America toward new heights,” said Rebekah Stacha, CEO of SAMPE. “Their vision and dedication will be invaluable as we collaborate to advance material and process engineering innovation globally.”

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