Tim Ingram – ALN Th@4

Tim Ingram – ALN Th@4

Tim Ingram is Atkins’ Technical Director of Strategic Asset Management and the UK Chair of the Mirror Committee to ISO 55000 (AMS/01). Mr. Ingram has a Mechanical Engineering degree with Honors from the University of Liverpool and has been a consultant with Thornton Tomasetti, NUKEM Technologies and others before joining Atkins. He has worked in multiple industries, including Oil & Gas, before focusing on infrastructure at Atkins. As the UK Chair of the Mirror Committee to ISO 55000, Mr. Ingram is helping with significant revisions to make the document even more accessible and meaningful to organizations.

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Jessica Dzara – ALN Th@4

Jessica Dzara – ALN Th@4

Jessica Dzara, CPPM, CF, Asset Management Program Director at Loudoun Water in Virginia. Ms. Dzara has more than 14 years of asset management experience. Prior to entering the utility sector in 2018, Ms. Dzara was a Senior Manager at Sunflower Systems where she specialized in asset management software implementation and data analysis.

She also developed asset management business processes, documentation, and training programs for federal agencies, government contractors, and law enforcement organizations. Ms. Dzara served on the NPMA Executive Board in various roles for eight years and was the NPMA Property Person of the Year in 2018. Ms. Dzara is a graduate of Clemson University and resides in Potomac Falls, Virginia.

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Tom Smith – ALN Th@4

Tom Smith – ALN Th@4

Thomas Smith, MS was a member of the U.S. Delegation to the first ISO 55000 series and continues to contribute to its evolution.

Mr. Smith spoke at the first ALN event in Washington, D.C. and spoke at numerous other events for the ALN and the IAM. He is Faculty Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, where he established a Master of Engineering Professional Practice, contributed to the establishment of the Distance Teaching and Learning program and created a series of short courses on asset management. He has authored numerous White Papers on asset management and has provided asset management consulting.

It is good to be visiting with Mr. Smith again at a time when there is much discussion about asset management and higher education.

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Gary Merrow – ALN Th@4

Gary Merrow – ALN Th@4

Gary Merrow, MBA, has been Vice President of Facilities for the Atlanta Airlines Terminal Company for more than four years. During that time, he led the organization achieving an ISO 55001 certification for critical electrical infrastructure and expanded the scope to include more facility assets for a recertification process.

Mr. Merrow was an Adjunct Professor for College of Architecture’s graduate program for Integrated Facilities Management at Georgia Tech for 12 years before COVID struck in 2020. He was a Chief Master Sargent in the U.S. Air Force, where he served for 22 years. Mr. Merrow always brings a depth of knowledge to the ALN community and this session is no exception!

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Malak Bahrami – ALN Th@4

Malak Bahrami – ALN Th@4

Malak Bahrami, PE, CPPS, comes to governmental asset management with a solid foundation in Civil Engineering, which gives him a very practical perspective on meeting the needs of multiple stakeholders, including a very unforgiving physical world that impacts parks in Fairfax County, Virginia. With 8 years in consulting before joining Fairfax County five years ago, Mr. Bahrami has meaningful experience, yet is young enough to adopt innovation and invention to solve asset management issues with physical and behavioral science. The ALN has already had the pleasure of learning from Mr. Bahrami about the ways he coordinates disparate stakeholders to establish consensus results on park issues ranging from waterway path construction methods to allocation of financial resources to disadvantaged areas. We look forward to learning more real-world solutions to government asset management issues.

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Jennifer and Tacoma Zach – ALN Th@4

Jennifer and Tacoma Zach – ALN Th@4

Jennifer and Tacoma Zach, have been long-time supporters of all elements of the ALN. They are both involved in the ALN Water & Wastewater Asset Leadership Board. Their company, Uberlytics, LLC creates and supports risk-based management programs. It’s sister company, MentorAPM, is a cloud-based Asset Management Performance software that extends uptime and delivers on digitization for companies that want to improve mission success.

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Dr. Annette Kampf-Dern – ALN Th@4

Dr. Annette Kampf-Dern – ALN Th@4

Dr. Annette Kampf-Dern, Professor & Entrepreneurial Researcher, Sustainable Management of Built Environments

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Equity through Innovative Asset Management

Equity through Innovative Asset Management

Equity Through Innovative Asset Management

Thank you to those of you who attended the “Equity through Innovative Asset Management” program. Our Keynote speaker Governor Martin O’Malley provided exceptional leadership insights, verbal case studies and poignant anecdotes from his time as Mayor of Baltimore and Governor of Maryland. 

He emphasized the ability of technology to greatly enhance understanding of inequity and the ability to show the path to equity.

Tim Luzano, Advanced Analytics Manager, Grant Thornton Public Sector, provided a very clear demonstration of what the Governor described.

Cecilia Mowatt, Esq., A55K, President, Strategies In Site, provided an precise and concise overview of the ALN Advancing Equity with Asset Leadership Position Paper, which closely aligns with the Governor’s content.

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Jim Dieter, ALN CEO, guided a robust discussion that went 10 minutes past the top of the hour.

Chris Lyles – ALN Th@4 ET

Chris Lyles – ALN Th@4 ET

Chris Lyles, VP of Asset Planning and Management, Western Area Power Administration

  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.

Steven Holland and Lindsay Ziegler – ALN Th@4 ET

Steven Holland and Lindsay Ziegler – ALN Th@4 ET

  • Steven Holland – Principal, Asset/Property Management, LMI
  • Lindsay Ziegler – Principal at the Andrew James Advisory Group
  • Mike Bordenaro – Director, Communications, ALN
  • Chats with industry leaders
  • Interactive presentations from innovators
  • Timely panels
  • and other informative formats

Every Thursday at 4 pm Eastern we will put a light on important and relevant asset leadership and asset management topics.

The flexible format will feature thought leaders and influencers from around the world. The programs will address pending legislation, review asset management disasters, chats with leaders and provide interactive presentations from innovative achievers.