The National Center for Construction Education and Research is proud to announce its 2023 board of trustees executive committee and new board members. The board of trustees is instrumental in guiding NCCER’s purpose-driven mission to provide rigorous and relevant workforce development solutions that create opportunities for individual career advancement and support industry growth. All members of the board of trustees represent contractors, owners or partner associations and are recognized for their expertise in construction, construction workforce development or construction-related issues.
In remarking on the new additions to the board and committees, NCCER President and CEO Boyd Worsham emphasized the value of the knowledge and expertise they provide in setting the strategic vision for the organization. Worsham added that he is excited to have the fresh perspective and energy of the new members and the continued guidance and partnership of all who serve on NCCER’s Board.
Scott Marshall, who has been named chairperson, will head the compensation, budget and finance, and nominating committees as well as overseeing board governance. Marshall, who previously served as the vice chair of the board, is a senior group director of people operations for the Americas at Worley in Houston.
Another critical appointment is the selection of David Chapin, who will serve as vice chair. Chapin is president at Wilmar Electric Service in Lincoln, Nebraska. Monique V. Ford, CPA, of Monique Valentine Ford, CPA in Woodbridge, Virgina, will continue serving as treasurer. Stephen Toups will assume the role of past chair. He is president and CEO at Turner Industries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
New board members include Jay Bowman, Partner at FMI in Raleigh, North Carolina; Rae Magistro, SPHR, HR Director at Kiewit in Omaha, Nebraska; Ryan Odendahl, President at Kwest Group in Port Clinton, Ohio; Sean Ray, VP & Director of Craft Workforce Development at Sundt in Tempe, Arizona; and Shannon P. Craig, MBA, Vice President of Technical Expertise at BASF in Geismar, Louisiana.