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CORROSION and COATINGS PAC
Ms. Bowman is the Project Manager for the AMPP IMPACT PLUS program released in December 2017.
She is a Past President of NACE International, holding the distinction of being the only woman to have served as President of the organization. She has over 30 years’ experience in the specialty chemical industry related to oil and gas production. Her corrosion experience is in internal corrosion for pipeline systems.
Mr. Adley is the retired Chief Executive Officer for KTA-Tator, Inc., an engineering firm specializing in materials of construction, corrosion engineering, and asset protection. As CEO, he was involved in all aspects of operations including finance, strategic planning, succession planning, shaping culture, risk management, and leadership development. He has a B.A. in Chemistry and an M.S. in Occupational Health. He was an active member of SSPC, serving as Chairman of the Group Committee on Environmental, Health and Safety Compliance, and received the Coatings Education Award (1994) and Technical Achievement Award (1999). He was also actively engaged with NACE International, serving on Technical Coordination Committee (TCC), the Education Activities Committee (EAC), and member of the Public Policy and Outreach Committee (PPOC). He was the recipient of the President’s Award in 2016 in recognition of his efforts facilitating strategic planning for the Association. Dan currently serves on the AMPP Advocacy and Public Affairs committee and Director of the Coatings and Corrosion Political Action Committee.
Mr. Feather is the chair of AMPP’s Advocacy and Public Affairs Program Committee and has been an association member since 1978 where he served in technical committee leadership positions for many years. He served on the NACE International Board from 2010-2017 and was President 2015-2016. He retired from ExxonMobil Research and Engineering after a 36-year career.
Mr. Greenfield has over 40 years of experience in the protective coatings and corrosion industry providing program and project management, quality assurance, condition assessment and maintenance planning, specification development, failure analysis, expert witness, and training for the Marine, Transportation, Oil & Gas, and other industries. He has extensive international experience in both Asia and the Middle East. He is currently serving in a 5-year appointment to Petroleum University of China-Beijing Subject Matter Expert Group for “Overseas Expertise Introduction Project for Discipline Innovation”.
He was President of NACE International (2019-2020) and has been an instructor since 1997 for the Coating Inspector and Corrosion Assessment Programs. Mr. Greenfield was one of the primary authors of the NACE International Offshore Corrosion Assessment Training and Shipboard Corrosion Assessment Training courses as well as the CIP2 Marine course. He also served on various committees and task groups and served as the NACE International Delegate to the IMO (International Maritime Organization) and is extensively published.
Mr. Vinik graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor and Master of Science in Chemical Engineering. His graduate studies and thesis focused on polymer science and characterization. He earned his Professional Engineer’s license in 2004 and is a board member of the Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP). He is chair of the AISC/NSBA/AASHTO Collaboration TG8 Coatings Committee and the AMPP SC12 Concrete Coatings and Corrosion inhibiting Admixture Subcommittee. He is a certified instructor of many nationally specified coating and concrete rehabilitation courses. He is also a certified Cathodic Protection Technician and Bridge Coatings Inspector (L2). Prior to joining GPI, Paul worked for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for 15 years and served as State Structural Materials Engineer. He has been actively involved in the American Association of Highway and Transportation Official’s (AASHTO) National Transportation Product Evaluation Program (NTPEP) and the TSP2 Bridge Preservation Partnership. He has helped revise and write many governing documents including specifications and test methods for FDOT, AASHTO, FHWA, ASTM, AASHTO, SSPC, and NACE.