Aug 3, 2016

The Society’s governing body, the Board of Directors, is responsible for all of the legal and financial affairs of the Society and is composed of members elected by the membership. The IES Executive Committee includes the President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Past-President.

Frank J Agraz, Jr., LC, IES


Billy Tubb, IES, Jr Associate IALD


Ira Rothman


Susanne Seitinger, PhD


Liliana Gonzalez

At-Large Director

Tanya Hernandez

At-Large Director

Kelly Seeger, MSc, LC, WELL AP

At-Large Director

Carl Bloomfield

At-Large Director

Amardeep Dugar, IALD, FISLE, FSLL

At-Large Director

Michael Myer

At-Large Director

Jared Smith

Northeast Regional Director

Jeremy Maxie, P.E., LC, RCDD

West Regional Director

Kelly O’Connor

Midwest Regional Director

Rebecca (Becky) Stuart Conner

South Regional Director

Colleen Harper

Executive Director

IES Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

To view the IES Board of Directors meeting minutes, please click here. [Members Only]

IES Strategic Plan 2020‐2025

The Illuminating Engineering Society’s (IES) mission is “to improve the lighted environment by bringing together those with lighting knowledge and by translating that knowledge into actions that benefit the public.” The new IES strategic plan not only establishes goals and objectives for the Society, but also creates a foundation and system to cultivate advocates. The IES is an advocate, the Board, staff, and our members are all advocates. We are advocates that promote the mission and vision of the Society. Through this plan, all members should feel a sense a pride and empowerment to become, and continue to be, active participants in helping the Society achieve its cause. There are many ways that you can be an advocate: volunteer on committees, participate with your local section, bring non-members to meetings, promote the IES Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, support the Emerging Professional Program, and reference your membership and any volunteer roles within the IES when presenting as a subject matter expert to name a few. The new strategic plan presented in this document articulates how advocacy impacts our society in six primary pathways (Standards Development, Advancing Research, Education, Strategic Partnerships, a Diverse and Global Membership, and Nurturing Leadership) and the positive role that you as an advocate can have towards our success.

To view the entire strategic plan document, please click here. [PDF 483KB]