The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) has welcomed 5 professional engineers to its 2023 class of Fellow members. The Fellow designation honors active NSPE members who have demonstrated exemplary and devoted service to their profession, the Society, and their community. Requirements for the title include holding at least one elected office at any level and active involvement at the national level.
“It is with great pride and admiration that we recognize this year's class of Fellows, who have been selected by their peers for this distinguished honor,” said Craig Sisco P.E., F.NSPE, the chairman of the executive committee of the Council of Fellows. “These exceptional individuals have demonstrated unwavering commitment and dedication to their profession, the Society, and their community. We are honored to welcome them as Fellows and look forward to their continued leadership and service at the local, state and national levels.”
NSPE state and territorial societies can nominate one person for each 500 voting members on their rolls per year. Nominations are also open to NSPE interest groups, chartered affinity groups, and the Board of Directors. Since its establishment in 2000, around one percent of all NSPE members have advanced to this highest rank in volunteer membership.
The 2023 NSPE Fellows include the following (in alphabetical order):
- Terrance Glunt, P.E. (FE)
- Kerrie Greenfelder, P.E. (KS)
- Bart Kemper, P.E. (LA and NAFE)
- Shelley Macy, P.E. (WY)
- Thomas Smailus, P.E. (WA)
Founded in 1934, the National Society of Professional Engineers supports over 500,000 professional engineers and the public by fostering licensed professional engineers in service to society, ensuring the public can be confident that engineering decisions affecting their lives are made by qualified and ethically accountable professionals. Through education, licensure advocacy, leadership training, multidisciplinary networking, and outreach, NSPE enhances the image of professional engineers and their ability to ethically and professionally practice engineering. For more information, please visit www.nspe.org.