Steve Shivak Joins National Asphalt Pavement Association

Tue December 10, 2019 - National Edition
National Asphalt Pavement Association


Steven Shivak
Steven Shivak

The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) welcomed Steven Shivak as director of membership. Shivak brings more than 15 years of experience implementing strategies that have increased member satisfaction, acquisition, and retention.

In this new position, Shivak will be responsible for increasing member engagement and demonstrating the value of membership in NAPA, a 501(c)(6) trade association serving the asphalt pavement mixture production industry.

"I am pleased to have Steve join us to enrich our engagement with members and grow NAPA's membership. Steve comes highly recommended by his colleagues and peers, and I believe his passion for membership, talent, and skillset will all benefit a national organization like NAPA," said Audrey Copeland, NAPA president and CEO. "NAPA's members are our lifeblood. As an association, we exist to protect their interests, to foster advancement and innovation, and to serve their needs for knowledge, education, and insight."

Prior to joining NAPA, Shivak served as president of the SMC Business Councils, a statewide trade association representing small businesses in Pennsylvania as well as vice president of membership and operations of the Pittsburgh Technology Council. At the national level, Shivak has worked for the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC), the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE), and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International).

"I am pleased to be joining NAPA. The opportunity to be a resource for our members and to provide connections, best practices and solutions is very exciting," Shivak said.




Today's top stories

Volvo CE Commits to Science-Based Targets With Approved Carbon Reduction Pathway

Spanning the Potomac: Three-Quarter-Billion-Dollar Bridge Replacement Under Way

The Future of Energy Storage, Microgrids

Caterpillar's MINExpo Experience Features Equipment, Technology That Drive Sustainability

Doosan, Trimble Announce Factory-Installed Machine Control Solution for Crawler Excavators

Reconstruction Begins On Century-Old Border Crossing Span Over St. John River

Mobile, Ala., Bay Bridge Project Back on Track, But Funding Issues Still Loom

Rockland's Krypto Klaw Grapple Rake Helps Operators Get a Firm Grip


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo