Dan Melamed, CCP EVP FAACE – Dan has been a member of AACE since 2004. He earned the Certified Cost Professional (CCP) designation in 2008 and the Earned Value Professional (EVP) in 2012. He has served in a variety of leadership roles for the National Capital Section including President (2009-2011) and Past President (2011-2013). Dan has served as a member of the AACE Technical Board since 2011 including service on the AACE Board of Directors as the Vice President - Technical Board (2014-2016). He is the Chair of the EVP Technical Subcommittee (2016-present). He has also served as a member of AACE's Ethics Committee since 2017 and is the current chair of the AACE Constitution and Bylaws Committee beginning that term in 2018. Dan is a frequent presenter and author of technical papers at the AACE Conference & Expo. He has been a contributor to nine (9) Recommended Practices (RPs). Fun lesser-known fact about Dan: he holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Princeton University as well as a U.S. Patent (669984B1 with Paul D. Kalb; Bhavesh R. Patel; and Mark Fuhrmann (03.29.1999) for the “treatment of Mercury Containing Waste”). He has previously been recognized by AACE with the Technical Excellence Award (2014). Dan is a Physical Scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy.
Glen Palmer, CFCC PSP FAACE – Glen joined AACE in 2002. He was on the task force that helped to create the Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP) in 2004. Glen earned the Certified Forensic Claims Consultant (CFCC) designation in 2008. He is a frequent presenter and author of technical papers at the Conference & Expo. He has been a contributor to two Recommended Practices (RPs). He has served as a member of both the Planning & Scheduling Technical Subcommittee and the CDR Technical Subcommittee. Glen is the owner of GR Palmer Consulting Services, LLC since 2005.
Mohammed Rafiuddin, CCP PSP FAACE – Mohammed joined AACE in 2007. He earned the Certified Cost Professional (CCP) designation in 2007 and the Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP) designation in 2009. Mohammed served on the AACE International Board of Directors for four years, including one term as Director-Region 7 and most recently as the Vice President Membership - International (2017-2019). He is currently serving on AACE's Nominations Committee, the Awards Committee, and as a member of the AACE Education Board. At the local section level, Mohammed has been elected to and served the Arabian Gulf Section in a variety of leadership roles including VP Technical (2009-2010), President (2010-2011 and 2013-2016), and Past President (2011-2012). He has previously been recognized by AACE as the recipient of the O.T. Zimmerman Founder's Award (2017).