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The International Erosion Control Association Searches for a New Executive Director

Matt Ball on July 2, 2015 - in People

Denver, Colo., July 2, 2015—IECA Region One has begun a search for a new Executive Director to lead IECA through the implementation of our organization’s new Strategic Plan.  The Strategic Plan focuses on key areas such as: membership growth and benefits; delving more deeply into new educational opportunities; and forging new and expanded organizational partnerships.

IECA is deeply grateful to Russ Adsit, who has led IECA since 2007.   Russ was instrumental in moving the IECA office from Steamboat Springs to Denver, making our office more accessible to members.  He was a key asset to IECA as we implemented the regionalization plan that resulted in Regions One and Two, as well as the development of the International Regional Council (IRC).   During his tenure, he assisted in modifying the annual conference model to better meet our members’ needs, and developed online training and national CEU accreditation.

IECA thanks Mr. Russ Adsit for sharing his leadership ability with us.

About IECA

Founded in 1972, the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is a non‐profit organization devoted to serving as the premier global resource for the prevention and control of erosion and sediment related problems. IECA is the world’s oldest and largest association devoted to helping members’ solve erosion and sediment control problems. To sustain its mission, IECA hosts an annual conference for industry professionals, which includes continuing education on the latest technologies and findings, and the industry’s largest exhibit of related materials, products and equipment. In 2012, IECA formed Region One and Region Two. Region One consists of North America, South America and Europe; Region Two consisting of Africa, Asia and Australia. For more information about IECA, please visit their website at www.ieca.org.

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