m^m 4 5 BEACON Wl.M WL^M J w / — 1 J -A ^ J J J SEITTER NAMED NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR eith L. Seitter has been named executive director of the AMS, and began serving in his new position on 15 September. As executive director, Seitter is responsible for the daily operations of the Society. He re- K places Ronald D. McPherson, who served as executive director since October of 1998. A native of Marion, Ohio, Seitter has served as served as deputy executive director of the Society since 1999, and has been on the AMS staff for more than a decade. He first joined the AMS in the early 1990s as assistant to the executive director, serving in the role of leading the Society's Publications Department. "Dr. Seitter has a long history with the Society that will serve him well in his new leadership role,"says 2004 AMS President Susan Avery. "He will help guide the Society at a critical juncture when many atmospheric science issues are front and center in the public eye." As executive director, Seitter oversees all aspects of the AMS, including the pub- lication of its scientific journals, the administration of scholarships and fellowships,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2004
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