The Wound Healing Foundation (WHF) is improving the quality of life for wound healing patients and their families through support of awareness, research and education.

One Team, One Goal -
Improving the quality of life for each wound healing patient

Laura K.S. Parnell, BS, MS Board Member: 2012 - Present
President: 2013 - Present
Precision Consulting
Clinical Research
Missouri City, TX
Full Bio

Laura K.S. Parnell founded Precision Consulting in 1998 and specializes in wound healing and burn research. Laura designs research protocols, develops scientific niche products and provides scientific knowledge, medical writing and regulatory background based on the needs and budget of her clients. She has an international clientele and has worked extensively with industry representatives and clinicians on research investigations.

Laura's career in wound healing began in 1990 at Texas A&M University while doing research in microbiology and immunology during graduate school. In 1992, Laura joined the Wound Healing Foundation. She was appointed to the Membership Committee in 1998. In 2006, Laura was elected to the first of two 3-year terms on the Wound Healing Foundation Board of Directors, followed by a one year term as a member at large. In 2012, she was elected to the Wound Healing Foundation Board of Directors and became President of the Foundation in 2013. Under her leadership, the Foundation updated its mission and has strived to broaden its fundraising efforts benefiting researchers and patients through awareness, education and research. Her personal goal is to see wound healing and associated problems be solved in more innovative and creative ways.

When not working on wound healing problems and research, Laura enjoys working at her farm and ranch by tending to the livestock, orchards and garden. She is actively involved in scouts and teaching Sunday school with her husband and two children. Laura is an avid reader and enjoys cooking.

Komel Grover Board Member: 2012 - Present Vice-President Operations: 2016 - Present Swiss-American Products CDMO
Carrollton, Texas
Full Bio

Komel V. Grover is an experienced strategic development leader in the biopharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. She has an established record of success in creating strategic value by achieving growth in thought leadership, leveraging medical education, engaging in collaborative research, and maximizing the dissemination of pivotal scientific communications. She is currently Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for a private dermatology and manufacturing company with a commanding leadership position in the sunscreen market.

Komel has over 15 years of industry experience, including corporate finance, strategic/business planning, and medical affairs responsibilities in neurology, immunology, cardiology, wound healing and dermatology sectors.

Over this period, her responsibilities have included corporate leadership over clinical research, medical affairs, and medical education that bridged academic centers of excellence and community organizers. Most recently, Komel was the leader of the Strategic Development Platform for Smith & Nephew’s biological drug portfolio where she provided scientific and strategic insights and leadership in support of the Company’s biological assets, the only biological products approved by the FDA in wound care.

Komel also served as a wound care medical education leader. She quickly added value by implementing a corporate-wide advocacy development strategy to engage the top thought leaders in wound care. By collaborating with industry and thought leaders, she was able to grow The Wound Institute® (TWI) digital education platform from 6,000 members in 2007 to over 80,000 in 2016. As part of this effort, she established TWI as the best-in-class platform in wound care, and expanded the scope of the offering to provide first-in-class digital education geared specifically to the patient/caregiver. This patient/caregiver offering has since been recognized by the National Institutes of Health as a MEDLINE/ Pubmed resource and continues to provide education for professionals and patients alike.

Komel is currently the Industry Chairperson for Wound Care Experts: FDA Clinical Endpoints Project. The panel, in association with the two preeminent wound care societies, Wound Healing Society and the Association for the Advancement of Wound Care, is actively working with FDA’s InterCenter Wound Healing Work Group to better define the standards and endpoints of wound care. She has also served her industry with her elected position as AdvaMed’s Wound Healing & Tissue Regeneration Sector Chair (2009-2012). Since 2012, Komel has served as a Board of Director for the Wound Healing Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for wound healing patients and their families through the support of awareness, research and education.

Komel’s educational background includes medical and cancer biology training at the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, as well as MBA coursework at Pepperdine University School of Business and Management and IECS-Robert Schuman Strasbourg Graduate School of Management.

Manuela Martins-Green, Ph.D. Board Member: 2016 - Present Vice-President Research: 2016 - Present University of California
Riverside, CA
Paul Y. Liu, M.D. Board Member: 2012 - Present
Secretary: 2014 - Present
Rhode Island Hospital/Alpert Med School of Brown University
Providence, RI
Full Bio

Paul grew up in Colorado, graduated from The Colorado College with a degree in mathematics, and then received a Marshall Fellowship for graduate studies at Oxford University, in the UK. He completed an Honors thesis in immunology, then went on to complete his MD at Harvard Medical School. A decade of surgical training followed, including a wound healing research fellowship in the lab of Elof Eriksson, and plastic surgery residency at the combined Harvard/Brigham/Children’s program. His first academic posting was at the University of Miami, where he was Chief of Plastic Surgery at the Miami VA, and the Director of Research for the Division of Plastic Surgery. He was then appointed as a senior staff surgeon at The Lahey Clinic, in Burlington, MA, where he established a multidisciplinary wound center. He then was selected as Chairman of Surgery for Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, RI, and was also on staff at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Three years ago he assumed the position of Chief of the Department of Plastic Surgery for Lifespan (Rhode Island) and Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. He is the program director of the oldest residency in Plastic Surgery in New England, and the Co-Director for the Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine. His NIH-funded lab has developed AAV-vectors for angiogenic genes in flaps and wounds, and more recently, he has assembled an international team of mathematicians and wound healing researchers to model the healing of diabetic wounds. He has been a member of the WHS since the 90’s, and co-chaired the Program Committee with Manuela Martins-Green for the 2008 meeting in San Diego, CA. He has chaired the Publications Committee of the WHS, which oversees publication of Wound Repair and Regeneration. He is currently the President of the Wound Healing Foundation.

Mary Crossland Board Member: 2002 - Present
Treasurer: 2004 - Present
Retreat Hospital Wound Healing Center
Richmond, VA
Full Bio

Mary is a native Virginian who is passionate about nursing and wound healing. She has been involved in the care of wound healing patients since the early 1980s and continues now as the director of HCA Virginia Wound Healing Network and the Clinical Director at the Institute for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery ay the HCA Retreat Hospital in Richmond. She is also heavily involved in many clinical research wound healing studies with her colleagues.

Mary has been a member of the Wound Healing Foundation since 1990 and a Board Member of the Wound Healing Foundation since 2002 and has actively served as the Foundation Treasurer for many years.

In her spare time, Mary likes to travel. Closer to home, she enjoys participating in triathlons and boot camp with the X-Team.

Ardeshir Bayat Board Member: 2016 - Present Associate Professor, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Research
University of Manchester
Manchester, UK
Full Bio

He is a clinician scientist and a tenured associate professor, at the Institute of Inflammation and Repair based at the University of Manchester, England, UK. His work has focused on the subject of tissue repair and regeneration. His career aim has been to make a major impact on human health through translation into better outcomes for patients suffering with abnormal wound healing and tissue fibrosis by developing research programmes which combines high quality basic science and translational clinical research. He uses cutting edge experimental tools to gain a deeper insight into the molecular basis of acute and chronic wound healing as well as abnormal scar formation and tissue fibrosis (e.g. keloid scars) in order to use this knowledge to develop new diagnostic, prognostic and predictive biomarkers as well as targeted therapies. He has numerous ongoing academic and industrial collaborators in the field of tissue repair, fibrosis and wound healing worldwide. He is an active member of the American and European Wound Healing and Tissue Repair Societies and on the organizing committee as well as publications committee of the American Wound Healing Society. He is an invited speaker at national and international scientific/clinical conferences (in excess of 475 personal and supervised presentations given with 21 Wound Healing Society Young Investigator Award nominations to date for his team). He have an H index of 43 and has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals, which include original scientific papers, reviews and invited articles in press and/or under review (400 publications including original papers, reviews, published abstracts and book chapters). His research thrives upon the multidisciplinary and interactive research environment that exists between the bedside (the clinic/hospital), the bench (laboratory) and industry.

Paul Ehrlich Board Member: 2009 - Present
Awards Chair: 2006 - Present
Professor of Surgery and Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Hershey Medical Center
Penn State University College of Medicine Director,
Wound Healing Research Laboratory, Division of Plastic Surgery,
Department of Surgery, Hershey Medical Center
Full Bio

For the past 45 years as a result of a serendipitous finding that occurred with my PhD thesis, my scientific passion has been wound healing. I received my BS from the University California at Berkeley and my PhD from the University of California at San Francisco. My research interest initially was the involvement of glucocorticoids and vitamin A in generating essential amino acid pools for the synthesis of proteins, under the guidance of Dr. Peter Forsham, Director of the Metabolic Research Unit. To eliminate the possible involvement of endogenous glucocorticoids in the studies, rat adrenal glands were surgically removed. It was found with incisional wounds that glucocorticoid treated rat wounds did not heal, but in combination with vitamin A they did. Dr. Forsham wrote a "prescription for a surgeon" that was my introduction to Dr. Thomas Hunt, who taught me the biology of wound repair. After completing my PhD degree, my next stop to better understand wound repair was to study collagen synthesis with Dr. Paul Bornstein in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Washington. On the day I arrived, his laboratory had just discovered evidence for the procollagen molecule, which was my research focus for two and half years. My second postdoc was at The Strangesways Research Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, where I studied catabolism, protein breakdown, which plays a major role in wound repair. I was supported by a British-American Heart Associations Fellowship, based on the similarities between scarring and the development of atherosclerotic plaque on blood vessels walls.

Upon my return to the USA, I joined Dr. Robert Trelstad, who taught me the wonders of the microscope. At Shriner Burns Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital I directed the wound healing research laboratory for 17 years as well as teaching first year medical students in their Pathology Laboratory course. I left Harvard Medical School as an Associate Professor of Pathology and Surgery, where I became Professor of Surgery in the Division of Plastic Surgery as well as Cell Physiology and Molecular Biology at Penn State University Medical School in Hershey. I recently retired and now in charge of fixing fences, caring for horses and procuring hay to feed those horses. My wife Nancy and I raised 3 children, who unfortunately have no interest in taking care of horses or fixing fences.

At the current time I sit on both the Wound Healing Foundation (WHS) and WHS Foundation Boards of Directors. I was a founding member of the Society and its second president. My contributions to the foundation have been assembling the committee members who reviewed the 3M Fellowship applications for the past 10 years. I recently became a member of the Foundation Board, where I offer a history of the foundation. My goal is to contribute to the Foundation’s objectives in supporting the research of young investigators as well as contributing to the success to other programs. I hope the success of the foundation’s support of the WHS research and educations aims will grow in the coming years.

Elof Eriksson Board Member: 2016 - Present Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Boston, MA
Full Bio

Elof Eriksson was born in Sweden, and received his graduate medical and research training in Sweden. He then completed a general surgery residency at the University of Chicago, and a plastic surgery residency at the Medical College of Virginia. Subsequently he returned to Sweden and worked six months to complete his training and certification in surgery and plastic surgery, and then for two and a half years in academic plastic surgery in Gothenburg, Sweden. He then returned to the US to be the director of the Burn Center at Memorial Medical Center at SIU in Springfield, IL. Since 1986 he has been the Chief of Plastic Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. In 1997, he became the first Joseph E. Murray Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. His research interests have focused on wound repair since approximately 30 years, and he has more than 150 peer reviewed publications in this area. From 2002 to 2004, Dr. Eriksson served as the WHF president. Under his tenure, he initiated, raised the necessary funds, and helped oversee the Wound Healing Guidelines project.

Bryan Gamble Board Member: 2015 - Present Florida Hospital System
Celebration, Florida
Full Bio

Dr. W. Bryan Gamble retired from the Army as a Brigadier General in 2013 as the Deputy Director (COO) of TRICARE. Dr. Gamble served the US Army and Department of Defense at multiple facilities and positions of responsibility across the globe over his 32 year military career.

He graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science and later his Doctorate of Medicine from Jefferson Medical College. Bryan then did his residency in General Surgery at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston and Plastic Surgery Fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington DC.

A member of multiple medical professional societies, he has served on the Board of Governors of the American College of Surgeons and currently serves on several committees of the American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS) and as Chairman, Emergency Response Committee for the International Confederation for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. He is a Clinical Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University and continues to lecture on trauma care, training and Plastic Surgery. Dr. Gamble was recently awarded the 2014 ASPS President’s Award for his career contributions to ASPS and the specialty of Plastic Surgery.

Robert G. Johnson, Jr., M.D. Ph.D. Member of Record: 2013 - Present Aeolian BioMed
Lafayette, CA
Full Bio

Dr. Johnson, a MD/PhD (Biochemistry and Biophysics) graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, received his clinical training at Massachusetts General Hospital. After completion of his fellowship, he joined the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as an Associate Investigator and appointed a faculty member at Harvard Medical School; subsequently he was recruited as an Associate Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Physiology to Penn. Dr. Johnson joined Merck & Co. during the "most admired" years where he ran and expanded several basic science laboratories along with a pre-clinical whole animal group and was a member of a number of clinical project teams. Interested in biotech, Dr. Johnson joined Chiron as VP of Pharmacology and Pre-clinical Affairs and a standing member of the Clinical Development Committee. While at Chiron, he focused on identifying pipeline drug candidates, building pre-clinical development, and led several project teams before moving to the Corporate Development group to assist with licensing and M&A efforts. Dr. Johnson joined Kosan Biosciences as the VP in charge of pre-clinical, clinical, and corporate development when Kosan was a platform and pre-IPO company and helped build a strong portfolio of oncology drug candidates across Phase 1 to 3 clinical trials along with leading the significant licensing deals. After Kosan became a public company, Dr. Johnson advanced to Chief Medical Officer and ultimately CEO and a member of the Board of Directors. Dr. Johnson has a long standing interest in the challenge of identifying novel drug targets to aid in wound healing and in the similitudes between cancer and wound healing. He is currently a consultant for the biopharmaceutical industry with a particular interest in novel targets and delivery systems and in streamlining and restructuring the drug discovery and clinical development process. He is the father of two children attending college and lives with his wife and “Jeep” dog outside San Francisco.

Greg Schultz, Ph.D. Board Member: 2016 - Present University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Full Bio

Dr. Schultz is Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Director of the Institute for Wound Research at the University of Florida. Dr. Schultz completed a PhD in Biochemistry from Oklahoma State University and Postdoctoral training in Cell Biology at Yale University. Dr. Schultz's research focuses on the molecular regulation of wound healing, with an emphasis on anti-scarring therapies and the roles of elevated proteases and bacterial biofilms in chronic wounds. Dr. Schultz has authored over 330 scientific publications that have been cited more than 15,000 times, is PI or Co-investigator on grants totaling over $35 million from NIH, DoD, and medical device/pharmaceutical companies, is an inventor on 28 patents and a co-founder of two biotech companies. He was recognized by TIME magazine as an Innovation Leader in 2006. He served as a member of the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel from 2007 to 2010, and served as President of the Wound Healing Society from 1999-2001 and was designated as a Silver Fellow of Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology in 2010.

Marjana Tomic-Canic, PhD Board Member: 2015 - Present Professor, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Department of Dermatology
Miami, Florida
Full Bio

Dr Tomic-Canic is a Professor of Dermatology and Director of Wound Healing and Regenerative Medicine Research Program at the University Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine. She is also a senior faculty member of the Human Genetics & Genomics and Molecular & Cellular Pharmacology Programs and Associate Member of the Hussman Genomics Institute at the University of Miami. She completed her doctoral and postdoctoral training at the NYU School of Medicine and joined the faculty of NYU Departments of Dermatology and Microbiology. As a faculty member of the Weill Cornell Medical College she directed Tissue Repair Program at the Hospital for Special Surgery before moving to University of Miami in 2008. Her research has been continuously funded by NIH for many years. In addition, her laboratory received support from DOD, ADA, National Pressure Ulcer and Dermatology Foundation and industry-sponsored research grants. Current research is focused in three main areas: molecular and cellular mechanisms of wound healing and its inhibition, including epigenetic and genomic regulation (developing new therapeutics and wound diagnostics); anti-inflammatory processes in cutaneous wound healing (mechanisms by which stress and metabolic changes regulate healing) and wound infection/host response. Dr Tomic-Canic has participated in national scientific and clinical panels discussing the immense need for translational research areas to improve clinical outcomes of wound healing. She served as a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Biological Chemistry (2009-2014), and currently serves a second term as an Associate Editor of the JID. She is recognized national and international leader in the field of wound healing research and was honored by NIH with WALS Lectureship. She was elected to Advisory Council of the NIH and was recently appointed to The Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Multi-Council Working Group. She is a member of the Wound Healing Society (WHS) since 2000, and served on the Website, Publications, Government Relations, and Nominations Committees. In addition, she Chaired Program Committee (organized Annual WHS meeting in 2011) and served as a member of the Board of Directors 2011-2013.Currently, she is a member of the Executive Board of the Wound Healing Society standing to serve as the President in 2016.

Past Presidents

  • 1999-2002 Kel Cohen
    Full Bio

    Dr. Cohen received a BS degree from Columbia University in 1959 and MD degree from The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1963. He interned at The Mary Hitchcock Dartmouth Hospital in Hanover New Hampshire and then returned to UNC for training in General Surgery which he completed in 1968. There he was set on fire by the late Erle E Peacock Jr. who remains as one of the great fathers of wound healing. He then trained in Plastic Surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital from 1968-1970. From 1970-1972 he was a special fellow at the National Institutes of Health where George Martin, PhD mentored him as he sought to develop the skills to do research in the then infant field of wound healing. In 1972 he founded the Clinical Plastic Surgery program and develop a wound healing research laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va. With his staff, they developed the first clinical wound-healing center in the USA.

    Dr Cohen was funded by the NIH throughout his entire academic career. He was a professor of Surgery and Chairman of Plastic Surgery for 3 decades. During this time, his team produced well over 100 articles on wound healing, edited a comprehensive text on the subject, wrote numerous book chapters and an award winning wound healing movie. He established Tissue Technologies Holding LLC in 2002 with federal funding for making and licensing FDA approved protease sequestering dressing. He served as Medical Director of Greystone Pharmaceuticals and performed contract research for that company until 2009 when Greystone ceased activity.

    In the late 1980s, Dr Cohen presented his wound healing colleagues with the idea for an American Wound Healing Foundation. The idea “caught on” and after several meetings, the WHS (Wound Healing Foundation) was born in 1989. During the organizational phase he asked his young associate Bob Diegelmann to help in the organizational process and with Bob, they ran the WHS from their office for the first 5 years of its existence. The WHF (Wound Healing Foundation) followed a few years later in 1999.

    Most of Dr. Cohen's time is now devoted to his consulting company Bio-Ideas Inc. , helping the organizational challenges of American medical students at the ELAM medical school in Cuba, developing “The Wound Healing Coalition” and finally having the time to read and play. Most important to him is time with his wife, Gayle, and their wonderful kids and grandchildren. He is grateful for the support and advice all his family has given him over the years.

  • 2002-2004 Elof Eriksson
    Full Bio

    Elof Eriksson was born in Sweden, and received his graduate medical and research training in Sweden. He then completed a general surgery residency at the University of Chicago, and a plastic surgery residency at the Medical College of Virginia. Subsequently he returned to Sweden and worked six months to complete his training and certification in surgery and plastic surgery, and then for two and a half years in academic plastic surgery in Gothenburg, Sweden. He then returned to the US to be the director of the Burn Center at Memorial Medical Center at SIU in Springfield, IL. Since 1986 he has been the Chief of Plastic Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. In 1997, he became the first Joseph E. Murray Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. His research interests have focused on wound repair since approximately 30 years, and he has more than 150 peer reviewed publications in this area. Dr. Eriksson initiated, raised the necessary funds, and helped oversee the Wound Healing Guidelines project.

  • 2004-2007 Warren Garner
  • 2007-2009 Peter Sheehan
    Full Bio

    Dr. Peter Sheehan, past president of the WHF and an internationally-respected and pioneering force in the field of diabetes, died suddenly May 16th during a medical trip to Jamaica. He was 60 years old.

    A 1972 graduate of Christian Brothers Academy in Lincroft and SUNY-Downstate School of Medicine, Dr. Sheehan completed a fellowship in Endocrinology at the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven before going into private practice, where he focused on the treatment and care of patients of diabetes.

    After serving as director of the Diabetes Treatment Center at Staten Island University Hospital, he created and become medical director of the Diabetes Foot and Ankle Center at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, a clinic providing comprehensive care for diabetes sufferers and treatment of foot ulcers before amputation becomes a necessity. In addition to wound care, the clinic works with patients to tame obesity through diet and exercise. Dr. Sheehan believed weight loss to be as important as blood sugar control in treating diabetes.

    After leaving the Center, Dr. Sheehan became a senior faculty member at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, was appointed to the Board of Directors of the American Diabetes Association and served as president of the ADA’s New York City Board.

    More recently, Dr. Sheehan founded Sheehan Health Management, a consulting firm developing health management systems such as a world-class diabetes clinical program at Sanford Health USD Medical Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

  • 2009-2013 Annette Wysocki
    Full Bio

    Dr. Annette Wysocki became motivated to become a wound healing researcher after working on a general surgery and burn unit at the University of Virginia Medical Center. She received her PhD from the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas where she studied the effects of noise stress on wound healing. Subsequently she moved to UT-Southwestern in Dallas, Texas where she completed her first postdoc in the laboratory of Dr. Fred Grinnell where she discovered that fibronectin is degraded in chronic venous leg ulcers. She was the first to report that matrix metalloproteinases are active and overexpressed in these wounds. She accepted her first faculty position at New York University Medical Center in the Department of Dermatology as an Assistant Professor. Next, she became the first Scientific Director of the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She built the first laboratory based research program at NINR (NIH) and conducted studies at the NIH Clinical Center. At the NIH she started the Summer Genetics Institute, one of the most successful programs ever launched by the NINR. She has published and presented the findings of her research nationally and internationally and has educated generations of nursing and medical students about wound healing.

    She was one of the original members of the Board of Directors of the Wound Healing Foundation from its inception in 1999. This included an early organization meeting in the Florida Keys and a press briefing in New York City sponsored by Smith and Nephew and the support of 3M. She developed and implemented guidelines for the award of the 3M Fellowship and was the Chair of the Awards Committee for a number of years. She then became the Treasurer of the Foundation and was on the Finance Committee. She became President of the Foundation in 2009. Among her major contributions was the successful development and launch of the campaign to raise funds for the Thomas K. Hunt Endowed Lecture, the first endowed lecture created by the Wound Healing Foundation.

    She was also one of the earliest members of the Wound Healing Foundation and attended meetings held in Tarpon Springs Florida that eventually gave rise to the founding of the Wound Healing Foundation. She has also served on the Board of Directors and Program Committee of the Wound Healing Foundation.

WHF Wounded Warrior Athlete InitiativeWHF Board of Directors Lisa Gould, Laura K. S. Parnell, Paul Y. Liu and Bob Diegelmann with Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Shaak (center) as part of the WHF Wounded Warrior Athlete Initiative. Photo Courtesy of HMP Communications.

Past Board Members and Volunteers

    • 1999-2000 David Davenport
      Organizing Attorney
    • 1999-2000 Bob Diegelmann
    • 1999-2002 Elof Eriksson
      Board member
    • 1999-2005 Peter Metcalf
      Board member
    • 1999-2005 Tom Mustoe
      Board member
    • 1999-2008 Bobby Anderson III
      Board member
    • 2000-2001 Greg Schultz
      Board member
    • 2000-2001 Inge Thulin
      Board member
    • 2000-2001 George Trutza
      Board member
    • 2000-2001 Tom Tarca
      Board member
    • 2000-2006 Warrren L. Rottmann
    • 2000-2006 Pete DeBusk
      Board member
    • 2000-2006 Tom Hunt
      Board member
    • 2004-2006 Jeff Davidson
      Board member
    • 2005-2007 Diane Cooper
      Board member
    • 2001-2003 Warren Garner
    • 2001-2004 Annette Wysocki
      Award Chair
    • 2001-2004 Phil Croxford
      Board member
    • 2001-2004 Lillian Nanney
      Board member
    • 2001-2006 David Steed
      Board member
    • 2002-2005 Kel Cohen
      Board member
    • 2002-2005 Jerry Parrott
      Board member
    • 2002-2007 Joseph V. Boykin, Jr
      Board member
    • 2003-2004 Annette Wysocki
    • 2003-2005 Marty Robson
      Board member
    • 2003-2005 Louis Argenta
      Board member
    • 2003-2005 Vince Falanga
      Board member
    • 2004-2006 John P Heggers
      Award Chair
    • 2004-2008 Elof Eriksson
      Board member
    • 2005-2007 Peter Sheehan
      Board member
    • 2005-2008 David G. Armstrong
      Board member
    • 2005-2008 Patricia Burns
      Board member
    • 2005-2008 Michael Steadman
      Board member
    • 2005-2008 Adrian Barbul
      Board member
    • 2006 Pete DeBusk
      Distinguished Service Award
    • 2006-2008 Bill Tawill
      Board member
    • 2006-2012 Mary Crossland
    • 2007-2009 Allen Holloway
      Board member
    • 2008-2010 Pat Hebda
      Board member
    • 2009-2011 Luisa DiPietro
      Board member
    • 2010-2012 Harriet Hopf
      Board member
    • 2011-2013 Bob Diegelmann
      Board member
    • 2012-2014 David Davenport
      Board member
    • 2014 Warren Rottmann
      Presidential Commendation of Exceptional Service
    • 2013-2015 Lisa Gould
      Board Member
    • 2014-2016 Andrew Baird
      Board Member
    • 2013-2016 Robert G. Johnson, Jr.
      Board Member
    • 2013-2016 Paul J. McVety
      Board member
    • 2013-2016 Siddarth Satish
      Archivist Intern