PCA Appoints New Vice Presidents
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) has appointed three new vice presidents to help lead the organization.
The Honorable John Spitaleri Shaw has been named vice president for legislative affairs, effective April 17, 2006. He will manage PCA's federal legislative advocacy efforts on a variety of fronts, including environmental compliance, transportation and infrastructure legislation. Shaw brings a strong record of accomplishments to PCA with a wealth of experience in politics and environmental affairs roles with government agencies, and as an advisor to and within the private sector. Most recently, he served as assistant secretary for environment, safety and health at the U.S. Department of Energy.
David S. Hubbard was named staff vice president, legislative affairs. Hubbard, formerly PCA's director of legislative affairs, has represented the interests of the cement industry on Capitol Hill for the past 16 years. Hubbard's areas of responsibility include federal legislation on transportation issues, as well as appropriations for highway, bridge and airport construction.
Thomas B. Carter has been promoted to staff vice president of regulatory affairs. Carter has served as PCA's director of environment, health and safety since 1997. As staff vice president, Carter will continue his focus on regulatory issues of concern to the U.S. Portland cement industry, such as air quality, climate change and other matters related to the environment and health and safety.
Based in Skokie, Ill., the Portland Cement Association represents cement companies in the United States and Canada. It conducts market development, engineering, research, education and public affairs programs. For more information, visit www.cement.org.
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Based in Skokie, Ill., the Portland Cement Association represents cement companies in the United States and Canada. It conducts market development, engineering, research, education, and public affairs programs. For more information visit www.cement.org.