Colleen Jaltuch, PE, LEED AP, RSP1 Accredited/Certified
Shannon Beranek, P.E.
Tyler Nelson, PE
Doris Hohertz, PE, LEED AP BD+C
Scott Brown, PE, SE
Duane Yockey, PE
Russ Renner, PE, SE
Jared Holland, P.E.
Past President & NSPE House of Delegates
Matt Overbey, PE, PLS
ISPE encourages membership engagement through state and local chapter committees. Below is a listing of current ISPE committees and their chairs. While some committees are outlined by ISPE Bylaws, most committees are open to the membership as a whole. Interested in becoming involved with an ISPE committee? Click here to email ISPE staff.
The Executive Committee works with the Board of Directors to handle matters related to governance and fulfill responsibilities to members. They ensure implementation of policies enacted by the Board with duties outlined by the ISPE Bylaws.
The Membership Committee is responsible for identifying programs and services that increase the value of ISPE membership. They also assist in member recruitment and promoting professional engineering to individuals interested in STEM fields.
The Education Committee assists in identifying topics and recruiting speakers for educational events, conferences, and bootcamp. Members additionally assist the State Society in determining if topics meet the standards for continuing professional education.
Government Affairs Committee
The Government Affairs Committee evaluates legislation introduced in the Illinois legislature, determines its impact on the engineering profession and suggests positions to be taken by the Society. The committee also assists in drafting bills and amendments when necessary.
Kim Robinson, CAE
Linda Baker, Ph.D.
Active participation in a committee of a professional organization such as ISPE qualifies for up to 2 PDHs per committee per renewal period. PEs may claim a maximum of 8 PDHs for organization involvement per renewal period.