Four members elected to ATSSA’s Board of Directors
Four new people have been elected to ATSSA’s Board of Directors for terms that run through 2024. Two others were reelected for a second term.
Chair-Elect: Michael Hare, QWICK KURB Inc., Foley, Ala.
Hare entered the highway safety industry in 2000 selling pre-formed tape and was quickly introduced to ATSSA at its Annual Convention & Traffic Expo in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Since then, ATSSA has been a big part of Hare’s professional life, including attending most of the Legislative Briefing & Fly-Ins and serving on the Operating Committee before being elected to the Board of Directors and then serving The ATSS Foundation.
At-Large Director: Cindy Williams, Time Striping Inc., Van Buren, Ark.
Williams started in the roadway safety infrastructure industry at age 14 as a flagger on a low-volume road.
She got involved with ATSSA about 15 years ago when the Arkansas Chapter was formed. That led to networking and advocacy opportunities with others who share her goals.
She said the roadway safety industry is a field that is rewarding every day.
Guardrail Services Director: Robert Voccia, Cosco Inc., Woonsocket, R.I.
Voccia is pleased for the opportunity to represent ATSSA and help guide, promote and advance roadway safety.
He notes that ATSSA gives roadway safety a voice by advocating on Capitol Hill and leading its advancement both nationally and locally through its chapters and members. The impact of roadway safety goes far beyond business, directly affecting everyone on a daily basis as they seek to return home safely from their travels.
Manufacturers & Suppliers Director: David Krahulec, Horizon Signal Technologies, Reading, Pa.
Krahulec began his career in the traffic control industry as part of a startup company with innovative products and is now owner and CEO of Horizon Signal, a leading manufacturer of portable traffic signals. His commitment to improving safety for motorists and roadway workers has led to the development of several products and technologies used in work zones throughout North America.
He previously served on The ATSS Foundation Board of Directors and as chair.
A complete list of the Board of Directors is here.
In addition, two people were elected to the Operating Committee and three were reelected for a second term.
Craig Schulz, of Pexco/Davidson Traffic Control Products, was elected as the manufacturers and suppliers representative.
Roman Clayton, of C & H Construction Services, was elected as the guardrail services representative.
The following people were reelected:
- Haley Norman, Direct Traffic Control Inc., as the traffic services representative
- David Lamont, Guidemark Inc.. as the pavement marking representative
- Sarah Korman-Boutwell, Korman Signs Inc., sign manufacturing representative.