George Crombie, MPA, of
Elected by APWA’s membership for a one-year term, Crombie will lead the organization, which provides professional development and educational services and promotes increased investment in public works infrastructure and sustainable systems. Crombie is a senior faculty member for the Public Works Administration in the MPA program at
Crombie is joined on the Board of Directors by APWA president-elect Diane Linderman, P.E., director of urban infrastructure and development services at Vanassse Hangen Brustlin Inc. (VHB) of Richmond, Va. Lindeman will serve a one-year term as APWA president-elect, followed by consecutive president and past-president one-year terms. Also on the Board is past-president Larry T. Koehle, P.Eng., MPA, who has a career spanning over 40 years in public service. Koehle currently provides consulting services with L&N Koehle Consulting Services, located in
Members new to the APWA Board of Directors include Cora Jackson-Fossett, public information director II for the Public Affairs Office of the City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works. She serves as director-at-large, leadership and management and will serve a two-year term. Also new to the APWA Board is Tommy J. Brown,
Re-elected board members include: Daryl Grigsby, public works director for the City of Pomona, Calif., as director-at-large, environmental management. Grigsby serves his second two-year term. Also re-elected to the APWA Board is Susan M. Hann, AICP, ICMA-CM, P.E., deputy city manager for the City of Palm Bay, Fla., serving as director-at-large, transportation. Others re-elected include Elizabeth Treadway, P.E., vice president with AMEC Earth & Environmental of Johnson City, Tenn., who was re-elected to a new term as director from Region III; and Jimmy B. Foster, P.E., program manager for Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. in Plano, Texas, who was re-elected to serve as director from region VII.