• Interested in Joining the ADC Board?0

    ADC is accepting nominations for candidates to join the association’s board of directors for a term starting in June. A total of five seats are up for election in 2019, with four of those held by members running for re-election. All seats carry a three-year term. In an effort to ensure a simple majority of

  • ADC Seeking Board Nominations

    ADC Seeking Board Nominations0

    Looking for a chance to lend your expertise to help guide the future of ADC? Then consider applying to be nominated to the association’s board of directors for a term starting in June. Under the selection criteria established last year, the nominations committee is seeking board members that represent a spectrum of roles critical to ADC, including: (1) community advocates; (2) experts in installation management or redevelopment; (3) leaders in military-community partnerships; and (4) individuals with knowledge of national defense policy issues …

  • ADC Welcomes Five New Board Members0

    Five new directors representing a range of defense communities and private sector firms have joined the ADC board following the elections held in June during the National Summit in Washington. The new directors are: Russell DeSalvo, president and CEO, PuebloPlex (Pueblo Depot Activity Development Authority). DeSalvo has a background in community advocacy and installation management/redevelopment, which he has leveraged to forge a successful community-military partnership to support the reuse of the realigned Pueblo Chemical Depot in central Colorado. Joe Driskill, executive director, Sustainable Ozarks Partnership and the Leonard Wood Institute. The partnership — a subsidiary of the institute — collaborates with Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri’s congressional delegation, state leaders and others to support the installation and improve the region’s business climate …

  • Members to Cast Ballots for New ADC President, VP0

    ADC members will have an opportunity to usher in new leadership for the association next month at the Defense Communities National Summit in Washington, D.C., when they vote on a slate of new candidates for board president and vice president, and three new candidates to join the board of directors. Mike Cooper, chairman of the Oklahoma Strategic Military Planning Commission, has been nominated to become ADC’s next president. Craig Quigley, executive director of the Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance, has been nominated for vice president …

  • ADC Seeking Board Nominations0

    ADC is seeking committed and motivated members to fill four seats on the Board of Directors for this year’s election. Individuals from member organizations who are in good standing, including both public and private sector members, are encouraged to apply. If you, or someone you know, would like to serve as an ADC leader, please respond to this call for nominations …

  • Northeast Texas LRA Director Added to ADC Board0

    ADC members voted during the annual membership meeting at last week’s Defense Communities National Summit to add one new director to the association’s board, Bill Cork of the TexAmericas Center, while extending the terms of four existing members. Before the vote on extending the terms of incumbents, though, ADC members rejected a proposed change to the bylaws to expand the board of directors from 12 to 14 members …