ACEC/MO Future Leaders Academy (FLA)

Three Two-Day Sessions Over Three Months (26 PDH Hours of Learning)

 

This program is designed to provide professional and personal leadership development for Missouri’s most promising professionals in our design community. The program will
launch up-and-coming firm leaders on a development track leading to successful general management, project management and principal positions within member design firms.

DATES & LOCATIONS

MAY 4-5, 2021
Capitol Plaza Hotel
415 W. McCarty Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101

JUNE 2-3, 2021
Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet
191 Westport Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63146

JULY 6-7, 2021
Hilton Garden Inn
19677 E. Jackson Drive
Independence, MO 64057

PARTICIPANTS:

 

Taylor Anderson
Palmerton & Parrish, Inc.

Bronson Bowling
Shannon & Wilson, Inc.

Nikki Conley
GBA, Inc.

John Gilmore
Horner & Shifrin, Inc.

Philip Grout
Civil Design, Inc.

Joshua Hartsock
Klingner & Associates, P.C.

Mark Huebbe
EFK Moen, LLC

Ross Kasmann
Engineering Surveys & Services, Inc.

Sara Nelson
EFK Moen, LLC

Adam Rutz
Thouvenot Wade & Moerchen, Inc.

Kandi Spraggs
TranSystems Corporation

James Quilacio
BFA, Inc.

Justin Steinkuehler
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.

Bill Tindall
Oates Associates, Inc.

SPEAKERS:

Mark R. Baum

Mark R. Baum

Senior Vice President

Greyling Insurance Brokerage, an EPIC company

Tony Comella

Tony Comella

President

Atlas Supply Company

Steven Hall

Steven Hall

Senior Vice President Advocacy

American Council of Engineering Companies

Scott Heidner

Scott Heidner

Senior Vice President

Braden Heidner Lowe & Associates

Mike Lally

Mike Lally

Head of Business Development

Replica, Inc.

Dan Oblinger

Dan Oblinger

Founder

Leadercraft

Robert E. Staed

Robert E. Staed

Partner

Greyling Insurance Brokerage, an EPIC company

Registration Policies

  • Attendance at or participation in ACEC Missouri events/activities constitutes an agreement by the attendee for the Council’s use and distribution of the attendee’s image and/or voice in photographs, videos, electronic reproductions, and audio recordings of such events / activities.
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  • ACEC Missouri asks that attendees review and adhere to the Digital/In-Person Meeting Code of Conduct.