McPherson Named New Executive Director to 1964. In 1967, he became an aviation forecaster Ronald D. McPherson at the San Antonio NWS. He left that position in has been selected as the 1968 to become a research meteorologist in the next executive director of Development Division at the National Meteorologi- the American Meteoro- logical Society. cal Center (NMC). He held that position until 1986, when he was appointed the NMC's liaison for the McPherson, who re- Forecast Systems Laboratory for a year. The next tired as director of the Na- year, 1987, he became the chief of the Meteoro- tional Weather Service's logical Operations Division at NMC. From 1988 to National Centers for Envi- 1990 he was the deputy director of the NWS. Since ronmental Prediction 1990 he has served as director of the NMC/NCEP. (NCEP) in Camp Springs, Maryland, on 3 July, will assume the new position McPherson has long been active within AMS. in January 1999. He became a member in 1960 and was elected a McPherson was selected by a search committee Fellow in 1992. He was a Councilor from 1991 to that had been reviewing candidates since 1997 1994, and a member of the Executive
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1998
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