ASNT has partnered with Intelliscan, Inc to conduct the 2020 Board of Directors election. Beginning July 1, 2020 at 12:00 am Eastern Time, all eligible voting members of the Society will receive an email from Intelliscan with instructions and a link to vote online. Eligible voting members who do not have an email address on file with ASNT will receive a ballot by mail.
Voting will close Friday, August 21, 2020 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.
Board of Directors election results will be published at ASNT.org no later than September 1, 2020.
Michael V. McGloin (S.A.K.) started in NDT at the age of 17 immediately after high school and has worked in various areas of the industry ranging from fieldwork in refineries and power plants to the Boeing Company in Huntington Beach, California, working on projects such as the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle.See Bio
John T. Iman is humbled yet excited to be selected as a candidate for ASNT President. He currently serves as ASNT Vice President and is the vice chair of the Business and Finance Committee. Iman previously served the membership as a Director at Large on the ASNT Board of Directors for a three-term ending in 2015 and was inducted into the fellowship class of 2015. He also served as vice chair of the Technical and Education Council from 2017 through 2019.See Bio
Danny Keck has over 48 years of experience in construction and asset integrity inspection in the nuclear power and petro-chem industries and is currently an Independent NDT/Inspection Consultant. Keck first joined ASNT in 1978. He sat his first Level III examinations in 1982. Since then, he has maintained his Level III certifications in UT, RT, MT, PT, and MFL.See Bio
Martin (Marty) Anderson graduated from the University of Alaska with certificates in Welding Technology and in Nondestructive Testing (NDT). He is completing his AA in Welding and Nondestructive Testing from the University of Alaska in 2020. Anderson was the owner of Alaska Technical, a nondestructive training center in Kenai, Alaska, for over 13 years. Selling his business in 2019, Anderson is now a part of Southern Services Inc. out of Clute, Texas, where he is the Alaska Regional Manager. Currently he is in the process of obtaining his ASQ-certified Quality Auditor and is Six Sigma Black Belt.
Dr. John Z. Chen wants to enhance ASNT’s international leadership position in certification and technical publications, hoping to make its members proud and attract more talent into the organization. An ASNT NDT Level III in ET, MT, PT, RT, and UT, Chen is the Corporate Level III at KBR in Houston, Texas. His previous roles have included design engineer, materials engineer, and specialist performing NDT in refineries and chemical plants with ACFM, pulsed ET, and various ultrasonic techniques including thickness gauging.
Flynn Spears started in NDT in 1974 as a US Air Force NDI test technician. From there, Spears continued his education in the use and performance of those same NDT methods at Boeing in research, development, and application of inspection procedures for aerospace structures and early composite materials. It was there that Spears came to work with some of the early pioneers in the NDT profession. These pioneers also mentored him and strongly encouraged him remain in the field of NDT.
Dr. Sreenivas Alampalli is the Director of the Structures Management Bureau at the New York State Department of Transportation. In this position, he manages inventory, inspection, bridge safety assurance, and asset management of bridges and other transportation structures. He is a registered Professional Engineer in New York State. He is a Fellow of ASNT, American Society for Civil Engineers, and International Society for Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure. Alampalli obtained his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering and his MBA in Management and Technology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Roger Engelbart began his 47-year nondestructive testing (NDT) career as a radiographic technician in the aerospace industry. He holds a B.S. in metallurgical engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology and an M.S. in mechanical engineering/materials science from Washington University in St. Louis. Engelbart is currently an Associate Technical Fellow in nondestructive evaluation with Boeing Research & Technology, focusing on the development of inspection methods for aircraft advanced materials and structures.
Cindy Finley got her start in the NDT world in 1991 when she co-founded UTEX Scientific Instruments Inc., an electronics engineering firm focused on serving the needs of the NDT community for high-end automated inspection systems and software.
Clyde W. May is an ASNT NDT Level III in PT, MT, RT, and UT. He is currently employed by Varex Industrial Imaging, where he serves as president of their VMI business unit for industrial imaging solutions. Since joining the NDT field in 1978 as a humble trainee in the quality department of a large self-performing boiler construction company, May has steadily developed his practical, technical, and business acumen from commercial testing labs such as Huntington Testing, Cooperheat-MQS, Code Services, and Mistras Group to NDE technology and equipment OEMs such as VMI and Varex Industrial Imaging. These engagements have resulted in 42 years of participation within the NDT industry.
Ricky L. Morgan, ASNT Fellow, MInstNDT, ASNT NDT Level III, AWS CWI, ICC SSW) attended Purdue University and Miami University (Middletown, Ohio) from 1979–1983 immediately following graduation from Madison High School. In 1983 Morgan choose to serve his country and joined the US Army as an 11H Infantryman. He completed his obligation to the US Army, ending his term of service as an E-5/ Sergeant. He later acquired a degree in marine technology from the College of Oceaneering.
Timothy Roach started his nondestructive testing career in 1987 after attending the Ocean Corporation in Houston, Texas. He became an NDT technician at Lone Star Steel in Lone Star, Texas, operating automated and semiautomated NDT equipment on oil country tubular goods. In 1997, Roach moved his family to the Houston, Texas, area to work at Law Engineering. Following Law, Roach entered into NDT management. He has worked for several NDT service companies in management and NDT Level III roles. He is currently the senior NDT manager in the United States for Tenaris.