IMSA Names New Executive Director

DAiken

Rockledge, FL, January 20, 2016 - Chief Douglas M. Aiken has been appointed as the Executive Director of IMSA.

 

“The Board is pleased to announce this appointment,” said IMSA Board of Directors President Hans Kristensen.  “In addition to his duties as IMSA Deputy Executive Director, Doug has served as Interim Executive Director on two occasions.  His leadership and vision have contributed greatly to the mission of IMSA and the support of our membership,” said Kristensen.  Chief Aiken has served as IMSA Deputy Executive Director since May 2011.  Prior to joining the IMSA staff he held elected offices as a member of IMSA including Chairman of the Board of Directors for three years.  Aiken is a 35-year veteran of the fire service and served in several public safety leadership positions at the national level.

 

Aiken’s experience and background will enable advancement of IMSA’s initiatives in certification and training as well as expanding its relationship with federal agencies and other public safety associations. He will work with international staff to continue to best serve the needs of our members. “I look forward to working with IMSA leadership and our members in support of IMSA’s mission,” said Aiken.

 



 

 

 


 
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