ASNT Structure: Board of Directors and Committees

The American Society for Nondestructive Testing is governed by a board of directors and national officers. The Society is organized into councils which govern issues related to 1) Technical and Education, 2) Research, 3) Section Operations and 4) Certification. These councils meet regularly to achieve the goals and objectives of the overall organization.

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The Board of Directors is the governing body of ASNT.

The Board establishes ASNT’s mission and strategic direction. The Board authorizes policies in support of the Society’s Bylaws, and provides oversight on financial matters. The Board also monitors the performance of Society programs, and ensuring legal and ethical compliance.

The Board of Directors is composed of:

  • at least ten elected directors, four of whom are nominated by the councils,
  • the elected national officers (chair, president, vice president and secretary/treasurer,
  • the ASNT executive director (Ex Officio, without vote)

The election of ASNT directors and national officers is ratified at the Annual Business Meeting held at the ASNT Annual Conference.

ASNT Board of Director Meeting Minutes

ASNT Annual Business Meeting Minutes

Board of Directors

Kevin Smith - Chairperson of the Board
David Bajula - President
David Mandina - Vice President
Scott Cargill - Secretary / Treasurer
Mohammed AbuFour - Director At Large
B Boro Djordjevic - Director At Large
Gregory Garcia - Director At Large
Mohsen Hassanein - Director At Large
Michael McGloin - Director At Large
Marybeth Miceli - Director At Large
Robert Saunders - Director At Large
Flynn Spears - Director At Large
John Turner - Director At Large
Martin Anderson - Council Director
Danny Keck - Council Director
Yi-Cheng Pan - Council Director
William Via, Jr - Council Director
Arnold Bereson - Executive Director