The day-to-day activities critical to the achievement of MPIF's mission are performed by dedicated professionals experienced in the PM industry and the management of all association activities.
For a more specific breakdown of services and who to contact, please review this list of MPIF services.
James P. Adams, ext. 117—Executive Director/CEO for the Metal Powder Industries Federation and APMI International and serves as Secretary/Treasurer for the Center for Powder Metallurgy Technology. He is also publisher of the International Journal of Powder Metallurgy. Jim joined MPIF in 2004 and held a variety of management positions before being appointed executive director/CEO in 2017. His previous accomplishments on staff include directing MPIF's publications, professional development, and technical programming departments. He is the MPIF representative for the Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow, a National Network for Manufacturing Innovation Institute. Jim is a graduate of Hennepin Technical College and has worked in the PM industry since 1985.
Jillaine K. Regan, ext. 118—Vice President, Finance and Administration. Jill is responsible for MPIF, APMI, and CPMT finances. She is also responsible for human resources, general office administrative services, and information systems. Jill earned her BS in Commerce and Finance from Rider College.
Paul Sedor, ext. 112—Vice President, Member and Industry Relations. Paul is responsible for industry marketing, membership, government relations, association statistics, and administers the activities of MIMA, RMA, and the Tungsten Industry Conflict Minerals Council (TICMC). He serves as the staff liaison to industry consortiums. Paul earned his MBA from Binghamton University and a BA in Public Administration & Pre-Law Political Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Lisa Andrews, ext. 119—Communications Director. Lisa works on MPIF's and APMI's communications, including website development, copyediting of the International Journal of Powder Metallurgy and online member communications and newsletters. She also maintains the MPIF, MIMA, IPA, APMI and CPMT websites. Lisa has a BA in English with a minor in Professional and Technical Communications from Shippensburg University and an AAS in Web and Multimedia Technology from Hagerstown Community College.
Teresa F. Stillman, ext. 102—Senior Manager, Standards and Technical Services. Tessa works closely with MPIF's Technical Board and Standards Boards and Committees.
Diane A. Haggerty, ext. 103—As Manager, Conferences & Exhibits, Diane is responsible for coordination of the annual POWDERMET, AMPM, and MIM conferences, including exhibits, as well as meeting planning for all educational programs, seminars and meetings. Diane is also responsible for advertising sales for the International Journal of Powder Metallurgy and Who's Who in PM Directory. Diane graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a BA in Corporate Communications.
Daniel Messina, ext. 120—As Manager, Technical Services, Dan is responsible for developing educational programs, seminars, and short courses. He provides support to the MPIF Technical Board and works closely with the annual conference technical program committee. Dan received his BS. in Material Science and Engineering from Lehigh University.
Stacy M. Kalokitis, ext. 104—Systems Administrator. Stacy is responsible for information management and data processing, including database development. She is also responsible for website services and maintenance.
Turner T. Abbott, ext. 108—Manager, Office Services. Turner is responsible for publications fulfillment, coordination of all mailings, duplicating, shipping & receiving, and general office services.
Dora L. Schember, ext. 110—Dora works closely with MPIF's member, marketing, statistics, and industry relations programs, and (TICMC). She is also responsible for MPIF member records and statistics. Dora serves as Production Assistant for the International Journal of Powder Metallurgy.
Sherry R. Henry, ext. 115—Sherry handles general bookkeeping functions for MPIF, APMI, and CPMT.
Debby Stab, ext. 111—Debby serves as graphics coordinator for MPIF/APMI. In this capacity, she is responsible for the art production of the International Journal of Powder Metallurgy as well as the design of all MPIF/APMI printed communications.
Judy Wuensch, ext. 113—Judy assists with APMI member services and is responsible for member processing. She also serves as secretary to Jim Trombino.
Stephanie Schember, ext. 114—Stephanie is responsible for registration for all conferences, courses, and seminars. She also assists with International Journal of Powder Metallurgy and Who's Who in PM advertising and CPMT member services.