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Emerging Leaders Institute

ACEC Virginia announces the class of 2021-2022 Emerging Leaders Institute

Zachary Allen Thompson Consulting Engineers
Paul Bryan Froehling & Robertson, Inc.
Alyssa Budlong Froehling & Robertson, Inc.
David Carpenter Schnabel Engineering
Emily Dean Froehling & Robertson, Inc.
Hunter English Froehling & Robertson, Inc.
Andrew Hemmen Draper Aden Associates
Thomas Huffman Dunbar Milby Williams Pittman & Vaughan, PLLC
David Hustead Froehling & Robertson, Inc.
John Krell Schnabel Engineering
Daniel Layou Mason & Hanger
Iris Leoncio Moffatt & Nichol
Kenneth Megginson Schnabel Engineering
Hannah Miller Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams
Maria Minnick Dewberry Engineers
Simon Mueller Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams
Andrew North Golder
Welsey Parker Clark Nexsen
Benjamin Pavlich Dunbar Milby Williams Pittman & Vaughan, PLLC
Cory Piland Mason & Hanger
T. Brett Prillaman Mason & Hanger
Emily Ripka Century Engineering
Jorvas Rodgers Thompson Consulting Engineers
Courtney Shearer Froehling & Robertson, Inc.
Julia Simo Wallace Montgomery, LLP
Zachary Voris Schnabel Engineering

The ACEC Virginia, Emerging Leaders Institute allows participants to broaden their horizons to learn other aspects of the business, making them more valuable to the engineering profession and your firm. This comprehensive training program provides an understanding of the best business practices essential to navigating the engineering industry. The Emerging Leaders Institute is an unprecedented opportunity to hear and discuss issues typically not covered in academic and engineering programs but are critical to your firm’s growth and future success. All sessions are taught by industry leaders and recognized experts in related business fields. The Emerging Leaders Institute is limited to 30 participants and is geared toward emerging leaders in all areas of your firm with approximately ten years of experience. Applicants, nominated by their firm leaders, are selected by the Institute’s steering committee.

An Investment in the Future

The investment for this training is $1,900 per member representative and $3,800 per non-member representative. The fee includes registration for all ELP sessions, the Engineering Excellence Awards Gala & Annual Conference, a dinner and etiquette session, resource materials, meals, and coffee/snack breaks. All participants completing the course will receive a leadership training certificate and be recognized at the ACEC Virginia Annual Conference, to be held at the Boar’s Head Resort, Charlottesville, VA, on June 15- 17, 2022. The leadership training provides up to 33 Professional Development Hours. Costs associated with the sessions (i.e., overnight stays and optional activities) are the responsibility of the individual/firm.

Review ELP details here: 2021-2022 Emerging Leaders Institute Program Book and Nomination Form


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