US: The results of the 2010 election have been tallied by the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Tellers Committee. Roberta (Bobbi) Lenczowski, an independent geospatial information-intelligence consultant from St. Louis, Missouri, won the election to become ASPRS Vice President for 2010. With the installation of officers at the ASPRS Annual Conference in April, Carolyn Merry moves into the position of President; Gary Florence becomes President-Elect, and Bradley Doorn becomes Past President.
Other officers elected include:
– Becky Morton as Assistant Division Director of the ASPRS Professional Practice Division (PPD).
– Douglas L. Smith as Assistant Division Director of the ASPRS Photogrammetric Applications Division(PAD).
– David Szymanski as Assistant Division Director of the ASPRS Remote Sensing Applications Division (RSAD).
Lenczowski is an independent geospatial information-intelligence consultant. In addition, she is outside Board Director for TechniGraphics, GeoEye, Fugro EarthData and the non-profit Leonard Wood Institute and supports the academic advisory group of Sanborn. Becky Morton has been an active member of ASPRS since 1995. Douglas L. Smith is a licensed Professional Engineer, Registered Professional Photogrammetrist and an ASPRS Certified Photogrammetrist. David Szymanski is an active member of ASPRS for 15 years. He also served on the 2005 and 2009 Annual ASPRS Conference Planning Committees.