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- Patrick “Pat” Natale Executive Director, American Society for Civil Engineers
- Thomas Zeller Assistant professor, University of Maryland's Department of History, with a joint appointment in the Clark School of Engineering. University of Maryland
- Craig Comartin President and structural engineer, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
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