The CMAA Board of Directors is responsible for governing the association using best practices in association governance and focuses its attention and activities on setting the strategic direction of the organization.
CMAA’s Board of Directors consists of 21 elected voting members and the President & CEO.
Brian McCarthy, PE, CCM, CDM Smith
Immediate Past Chair
Agnes Weber, PE, CCM, TRC
Christine Oates, CCM, Jacobs
Khaled Naja, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Michael Houston, CCM, Ardmore Roderick
Jim Murphy, CCM, Turner & Townsend
Anne Timmermans, CCM, Parametrix
Hugh Webster, Esq., Webster Chamberlain & Bean
President & CEO
Andrea S. Rutledge, CAE, CMAA
Jumoke Akin-Taylor, CCM, San Francisco Department of Public Works
Luciana Burdi, PhD, CCM, Intl Assoc. AIA, Massachusetts Port Authority
Katie Choe, CCM, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Anne Cotter, CCM, Cotter Consulting, Inc. (Ex Officio)
Luis Delgado, CCM, STV
Kelly Garrity, CMIT, Whiting-Turner Contracting Company (Ex Officio)
Carol Holland, PE, CCM, Dewberry
Praful Kulkarni, AIA, Cannon Design
Kathleen Langan, AECOM
Kara Lentz, PE, CCM, HNTB Corporation
Doug McCutchen, CCM, Keville Enterprises, Inc.
Michael Mendick, PE, CCM, Connecticut Department of Transportation
Dennis Milsten, CCM, SafeworkCM
Edward Pogreba, Procon Consulting
Bruce Risley, RA, CCM, Arcadis
Natalie Saylor, Saylor Consulting Group
Mackenzie Searle, PE, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Ex Officio)
Bill Van Wagenen, Jr., CCM, FCMAA, Stantec Consulting, Inc. (Director Emeritus)
Blake Wentz, PhD, California State University, Chico (Ex Officio)
Jenna Williams, CCM, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (Ex Officio)
FY22 Business Plan: Foundations for the Future
During the past two years of the pandemic, CMAA experimented with new programs and new formats for existing programs. Now CMAA is ready to invest time, talent, and funds to deliver education more effectively, provide members with new unique engagement opportunities, and highlight more regional chapters’ successes.
CMAA’s vision, mission, and principles (along with the four strategic goals first identified in 2016 and validated in 2019) support the FY22 business plan. The plan identifies core activities and specific initiatives. Altogether, these drive the organization toward its optimal outcomes and set a firm foundation for the next strategic framework.
The strategic goals and core activities for FY22 are:
- Improve the performance of the construction management profession
- Address workforce needs in the CM profession and in the industry at large
- Promote CM professionalism
- Steward CMAA resources effectively to ensure excellence in organizational performance
View the full FY22 Business Plan here.
CMAA Policy Framework
The CMAA Board of Directors, at the October 2018 Board meeting, approved a Policy Framework that was designed to accomplish these objectives:
- Affirm organizational values; translate values into action
- Position CMAA to act in a timely and consistent manner
- Raise the relevance of the organization
It addresses Advocacy, Ethics, Project Delivery, Efficiencies, Diversity and Inclusion/Workforce Development.
The current, approved edition of the Policy Framework for CMAA is available here.