President-elect official nominees answer your questions ahead of Society election

As the ASCE 2021 election nears – voting opens May 1 – members can learn more about the official nominees for president-elect through a series of nominee forums this month.

The forums previously have been part of the annual Multi-Region Leadership Conferences. This year, they will be hosted via Zoom, allowing members the chance to virtually connect with the nominees and ask them questions about how they intend to lead the Society.

There are two remaining options:

Thursday, April 29, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. EDT

The official nominees for 2022 president-elect are Maria Lehman, P.E., ENV SP, F.ASCE, and Peter M. Moore, P.E., ENV SP, LEED AP, F.ASCE.

In addition to the nominee forums, Lehman and Moore recently sat down with ASCE to answer questions:

Opening statement

COVID-19 has changed many things in our lives and in our communities. What should ASCE do in the near future to adapt to this new normal?

What would you tell a student or younger engineer about the value of ASCE membership?

ASCE just released its 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure. How do you think we should advocate to legislators on the importance of maintaining our infrastructure?

The ASCE election opens May 1 with online ballots accepted through June 1.

The election winner will be inducted as the 2022 president-elect at the Society’s annual business meeting during the ASCE 2021 Convention in October, before serving as Society president in 2023.

Learn more and register for the president-elect nominee forums.


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  1. How concerned about the passage of the proposed “INFRASTRUCTURE BILL” when apparently only 20% of the $$$$$$ really goes to Infrastructure. What is your take of statements by various politicians to expanded the scope/ definition of “INFRASTRUCTURE”.

  2. These short clips are a great way for candidates to connect with members. I especially commend Maris Lehman for her ability to clearly express the reasons for her commitment to ASCE and it’s mission.

  3. Curious what each candidate’s position is in fighting the attack on Licensure requirement by many states that currently have bills in the works to water down or eliminate the requirements for professional licensure. Arizona’s bill passed and as a PE this is quite troubling.

  4. Excellent way to become acquainted with 2 strong candidates in a critical year for infrastructure and for funding. Can you have them answer the comments as well?


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