Kalliopi K. Aligizaki
Senior Consulting Engineer, Delft, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Recognized for her dedication to the NACE association and her innovative ideas while serving the association in multiple Officer positions to improve member participation on STG 01 and its subgroups. She has a vast USA and European experience in corrosion assessment and control, sustainable concrete structures, forensic analysis, and project management.
ConocoPhillips, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USA
Recognized for his efforts in promoting corrosion control strategies/standardization, and NACE presence worldwide, through involvement and leadership in key technical/coordination groups and events. He also has provided leadership in the oil and gas industry within the area of corrosion management over the span 20 years.
Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio, USA
Recognized for leadership and dedication in organizing technical symposia at NACE annual conventions and his commitment to the success of NACE for over 30 years. He has been a leader in supporting NACE activities and organizing symposia in the important water treatment area of corrosion control technology.
Stephen F. Biagiotti, Jr
Dynamic Risk Assessment Systems, The Woodlands, TX, USA
Recognized for his dedicated service helping to guide and enhance the capacity, quality and direction of the association - ranging from a technical contributor to association leadership and also for his innovative and creative contributions to Education Activities and to support TCC Managing.
Phil Nigel Dent
Element Materials Technology, London, UK
Recognized for his professional achievements, specifically his outstanding contributions in the development of corrosion standards in the oil & gas and marine industries and his commitment to the success of NACE International.
University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Recognized for significant contribution to the development and promotion of NACE Islamabad Pakistan Section. He is actively involved in disseminating corrosion awareness through continuing education by consistently organizing seminars and conferences in Pakistan.
Raul B. Rebak
General Electric, Schenectady, NY, USA
Recognized for representing NACE International at MS&T Conferences, increasing NACE participation and revenue through the organization of symposia at the MS&T fall meetings. Mr. Rebak has also an active participation over numerous years on multiple NACE committees at the Association level.
Colonial Pipeline, Woodbury, New Jersey, USA
Recognized for served as a Chairman of the Philadelphia Section of NACE and is currently the Trustee for the section as well as Vice Chairman for the Eastern Area Section of NACE. He is active in section activities including the Liberty Bell Corrosion Course. Joseph currently works for Colonial Pipeline as a District Corrosion Manager.
Manish Kumar Sogani
GAIL Limited, Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India
Recognized for his leadership and commitment in the growth of NACE International objectives in the Pipeline Industry in North India. He pioneered the organizing and hosting of workshops titled “Jung Se Jung” (Fight against Corrosion) for creating awareness on contemporary issues in Oil & Gas Industries for Combating Corrosion.
BP America Inc., Houston, Texas, USA
Recognized for his leadership in NACE Technical Activities and championing of new initiatives to strenghten the overall NACE Standards Program. He is a materials and corrosion engineer with tireless efforts with TG245 and the standard for Erosion Management in Upstream Oil and Gas Industry.
Dr. Narendra Kumar
Richard T. Hill
Thomas L. Ladwein
Abdul Razzaq Al-Shamri
John Broomfield, FNACE
Dr. Kimberly Joy-Harris
Paul R. Nichols
Bruce A. Cookingham
Richard B. Eckert
Dr. Bob Fu
George M. Krewson
Michael K. Baach
Dr. Graham E.C. Bell
Dr. Carlos A. Palacios T.
Dr. Peter Elliott
Daniel E. Powell
Dr. Gabriel Ogundele
Kevin C. Garrity
C. I. Cruz
C. F. Britton
S. K. Brubaker
D. R. Howard
K. M. Karmil
B. J. Saldanha
S. N. Smith
C. F. Speed
J.C. Bowles, Jr.
B.F. Davis, Jr.
E.D. McCrory, Jr.