Rebecca H. Adler oversees AFPM communications with the media and
other external audiences outside government and works with senior management
to develop AFPM's messages and communications strategies.
Diana Cronan works closely with the media and other external audiences
to disseminate AFPM's messages. She oversees and manages the AFPM Communications
Geoffrey A. Moody is responsible for managing AFPM’s Government Relations
Department, which primarily represents the association before Congress.
Susan Grissom is responsible for developing research and assessments
of how various regulations and policies impact fuel and petrochemical
manufacturers and American consumers.
James R. Cooper advises the petrochemical programs at AFPM on a variety
of technical and policy issues. He is also responsible for the development
of new educational and business enhancement programs, with a particular
focus on shale development and its potential impacts on the manufacturing
David N. Friedman represents AFPM members before federal regulatory
agencies and the Executive Branch. His team develops AFPM positions
on environmental, fuels, safety and security issues with AFPM leadership
Jeffrey T. Gunnulfsen oversees and manages the AFPM Security Committee
and the TSCA Workgroup. He serves as the principal liaison on security
issues with the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Coast Guard
and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Timothy C. Hogan manages AFPM regulatory advocacy on fuels issues
and staffs the AFPM Fuels Committee.
Susan E. Yashinskie supervises the member relations and technical
departments. In this role, she leads member relations and development
to support the current membership and cultivate new relationships; and
directs the technical department to provide counsel to the AFPM Board
on relevant topics. She also develops program content for AFPM’s Annual
Meeting and Board of Directors meeting.
James McCloskey is responsible for working with AFPM members to assist
in developing positions on regulatory and legislative issues affecting
fuels production and the operation of refineries and petrochemical plants.
He oversees selection of all technical sessions for AFPM conferences.
Daniel J. Strachan oversees the work of AFPM’s Plant Automation,
Lubricants & Waxes, and Labor Relations/Human Resources Committees.
He also oversees the Cyber Security Subcommittees.
Lara Swett oversees and manages the work of the Safety and Health
Gordon Robertson oversees the work of AFPM’s Reliability and Maintenance
Committee and the Screening Committee; he also oversees the Industrial
Hygiene Subcommittees. Additionally, he publishes the bi-weekly Tech
Update and the annual Refinery Capacity Report.
Helen M. Kutska oversees the AFPM Convention Services Department
and is responsible for all meeting planning services including site
selection, contract negotiations, announcements, marketing, registration,
logistics, trade show management, meeting material production and on-site
Richard S. Moskowitz oversees all AFPM legal matters, staffs AFPM’s
Legal Committee and supervises outside counsel representing d the association
Gerald R. Van De Velde is responsible for the financial and administrative
operations of AFPM. He oversees the Information Technology, Convention
Services, Human Resources, and Accounting and Office Administration
Departments and AFPM’s Political Action Committee.
Wade L. Easter manages the accounting operations and office administration
for AFPM. He also serves as an adjunct to the Human Resources Department
and administrator of employee benefits.
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