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PRESIDENT

  • Philip Antici, FutureFuel

PRESIDENT-ELECT

  • Al Eckert, First National Title Company

SECRETARY-TREASURER

  • Sam Leslie, Green Bay Packaging, Inc.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Mark Allison, Dover Dixon Horne PLLC
  • Sammy Bates, Remington Arms Co., Inc.
  • Kelly Bryant, Clearwater Paper
  • Chuck Buttry, Trinity Consultants
  • Stephen Cain, Arkansas Electric Cooperative
  • Steve Card, Albemarle
  • J'Ne Chilcote, Aerojet Rocketdyne
  • Kylee Clanton, Nucor-Yamato Steel
  • Kelley Crouck, Domtar
  • Leslie Davis, Harbor Environmental & Safety
  • Haskell L. Dickinson, II, McGeorge Contracting Co., Inc.
  • Tom Fox, FTN Associates, Ltd.
  • Michael Gates, Dassault Falcon Jet Corp.
  • Michael Harrell, Ash Grove Cement Company
  • David Hopkins, Terracon
  • Eugene Jamison, Arauca
  • Julie McCallister. ECCI
  • Charles R. Nestrud, Barber Law Firm
  • Steve Patrick, Tyson Foods, Inc.
  • Jodi Reynolds, Waste Management
  • Britt Scheer, Alcoa
  • Shon Simpson, GBMc & Associates
  • Mark Stafford, Georgia-Pacific Corp.
  • David Triplett, Entergy Corporation
  • Neil Washburn, Riceland Foods
  • Randall Whitmore, Martin Operating Partnership
  • Dr. Larry D. Williams, Rineco

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS

  • Jamie Ewing. Little Rock Water Reclamation
  • Kenneth R. Hall, Associated Industries of Ark.
  • R.C. (Dick) Blankenbeker

 

Membership Benefits

  • Representation in the Arkansas Legislature.
  • Advocacy on behalf of the regulated community before the Arkansas Pollution Control & Ecology Commission and the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality.
  • Savings on workshop and exhibit fees.
  • Networking opportunities with peers, regulators and various officials.
  • Advance notice of proposed regulatory changes affecting business.
  • Ability to participate in developing reasonable regulations.
  • Leadership opportunities and a chance to contribute to your profession.
  • Free Professional Service Firms Directory.
  • Free subscription to AEF’s bi-monthly newsletter.
  • Membership on technical committees that track and shape environmental policy.
  • Public programs that promote the business community’s environmental stewardship.
  • Certificate and website listing depicting your membership in the Federation.
  • The opportunity to be heard as part of the recognized “voice of industry” on environmental affairs in Arkansas.
  • Eligibility to receive acclaimed environmental awards that recognize outstanding companies.