The 41st annual meeting of the ASPO took place March 11-14, 2017 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seattle, Washington.  In addition to publicized symposia, there were special presentations, a poster session and reception, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, a new investigator workshop, and junior and senior member sessions.

The  Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Timothy Rebbeck, PhD, Harvard University School of Public Health.  His presentation was titled: “Precision Prevention of Cancer:  Challenges and Opportunities”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award, presented for excellence in tobacco research, was presented to Kurt Ribisl, PhD, University of North Carolina.  His presentation was, “Finding Solutions for Tobacco-related Disparties”.
Sixth Annual Calle/Rodriguez Minority Travel Awards for a Top-Ranked Abstract (sponsored by the American Cancer Society) went to:
Albert Farias, PhD, University of Houston, “Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Use and Discontinuation of Adjuvant Endocrine Therapy by Hormone-receptor Status in Association with Mortality among Breast Cancer Patients Enrolled in Medicare Part D”.

Melanie Kornides, ScD, Harvard University, “Parents Who Decline HPV Vaccination:  Who Later Accepts and Why?”
Sixth Annual Electra Paskett Annual Scholarship Award (sponsored by ASPO) was awarded to:
Megan Mullins, MPH, University of Michigan, “Explaining Disparities in Ovarian Cancer Incidence Rates between Women of African and European Ancestry:  The Role of Genetic Factors”

2017 ASPO Travel Awards for top-ranked abstracts among junior investigators:
1. Brittany Bernardo, MPH, The Ohio State University
Perception of Cervical Cancer Risk among Ohio Appalachian Women

2. Jessica Citronberg, MPH, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Laxative Type in Relation to Colorectal Cancer Risk

3. Xinwei Hua, MPH, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Surveillance Endoscopy in Relation tot Long-term Survival in the Colon Cancer family Registry

4. Oyewale Shiyanbola, MBBS, MPH, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Emerging Trends in Family History of Breast Cancer and Associated Risk

5. Diana Withrow, PhD, The National Cancer Institute
Risk of Second Malignancies Following Ductal Carcinoma In Situ: A SEER Program Population-based Study

ASPO celebrated its 40th anniversary with a gala celebration at the Center for Science and Industry during the annual conference held March 12-15, 2016 at the Blackwell Hotel in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to publicized symposia, there were special presentations, a poster session and reception, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, a new investigator workshop, and junior and senior member sessions.

The newly renamed Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Alfred I. Neugut, MD, PhD, Columbia University. His presentation was titled: “Clinical vs. Population Scientist: Decision-Making in Cancer”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award, presented for excellence in tobacco research, was presented to Peter G. Shields, MD, Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. His presentation was, “Tobacco Research and Regulation: Translational Science Cannot Be More Clear”.
Fifth Annual Calle/Rodriguez Minority Travel Awards for a Top-Ranked Abstract (sponsored by the American Cancer Society) went to:
Mandeep Virk-Baker, PhD, National Cancer Institute, “Dietary Adequacy among Tobacco User Households in Bangladesh”.

Felisa Gonzales, PhD, National Cancer Institute, “Measurement of Mammography History”
Fifth Annual Electra Paskett Annual Scholarship Award (sponsored by ASPO) was awarded to:
Samuel Antwi, PhD, Mayo Clinic, “Pancreatic Cancer: Associations of Inflammatory Potential of Diet, Cigarette Smoking, and Long-standing Diabetes”

2016 ASPO Travel Awards for top-ranked abstracts among junior investigators:
1. Xinwei Hua, MPH, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Pre- and Post-Diagnostic Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug Use and Colorectal Cancer Survival in Seattle Colon Cancer Family Registry

2. Jilali Zheng, MPH, University of South Carolina
Association between Post-cancer Diagnosis Dietary Inflammatory Potential and Survival in WHI Observational Study and Dietary Modification Trial

3. Barett Zimmermann, BA, Ohio State University
Perspectives from Healthcare Providers and Women about Completing Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Self-Testing at Home

4. Megan Roberts, PhD, Ohio State University
Point-of-Sale Marketing for a Variety of Tobacco Products in Urban and Rural Ohio

5. Nathan Doogan, PhD, Ohio State University
Cigarette Tax Revenues and Consumption under Current and Minimum-Price Regimes

6. Natalie Hemmerich, JD, Ohio State University
E-cigarette Marketing Online: A Systematic Content Analysis of Manufacturers and Retailers

The 39th annual ASPO meeting was held March 14-17, 20154, on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations, a poster session and reception, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, a new investigator workshop, and junior and senior member sessions.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Richard R. Love, MD, MS, Amader Gram, Khulna and Rampal, Bangladesh. His presentation was titled: “Thinking Big, Out of the Box and Deep”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented to Cheryl L. Perry, PhD, University Health Sciences Center at Houston. Her presentation was, “Lessons from the Cigarette Century for the Prevention of Cancer”

Fourth Annual Calle/Rodriguez Minority Travel Awards for a Top-Ranked Abstract (sponsored by the American Cancer Society) went to:
Kierra Barnett, BS, Ohio State University, “Cervical Cancer Prevention Services at College Health Centers: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Compared to Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs) 

Oralia Dominic, PhD, Highmark Health Services, “Impact of a Targeted CRC Screening Intervention Among Latinos in Central Pennsylvania”

Fourth Annual Electra Paskett Annual Scholarship Award (sponsored by ASPO) was awarded to:
Justin Brown, MA, CSC, University of Pennsylvania, “Weight Lifting and Physical Function among Breast Cancer Survivors: A Post Hoc Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial” 

2015 ASPO Travel Awards:

  1. Vicki Hart, PhD, University of Vermont
    The effect of weight change on volumetric measures of mammographic density
  1. Seungyoung Jung, PhD, University of Maryland
    Adolescent endogenous sex hormones and breast density in early adulthood
  1. Kelly Kenzik, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
    Symptoms, weight loss and physical function in a lifestyle intervention study of older cancer survivors

The 38th annual ASPO meeting was held March 8-11, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia.  In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations, a poster session and reception, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, a new investigator workshop, and junior and senior member sessions.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Robert T. Croyle, PhD, Director of the National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences.  His presentation was titled: “Reflections on 15 Years Behind the Curtain”.

 The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented to Kasisomayajula “Vish” Viswanath, PhD, Dana Farber cancer Institute.  He presented, “Reaching the Hardly Reached:  Communication, The Poor and Tobacco Control”

 Best Poster Award:  Leah Ferrucci, PhD, et al., Yale School of Public Health, was the winner of the Best Poster Award for her poster titled “Ultraviolet Radiation-related Behaviors Among Young People after a Diagnosis of Melanoma or Basal Cell Carcinoma

Second Place Best Poster AwardCheryl Thompson, PhD, et al., Case Western Reserve University, “Short Sleep Duration – Potential Contributor to Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Phenotypes and Outcomes?”

 Third Place Best Poster Award: Andrea Burnett-Hartman, PhD, et al., Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, “Short-term Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Colonoscopy Patients with Sessile Serrated Polyps”

Best Trainee/Student Poster Awards:

Lauren E. McCullough, PhD, MSPH, et al., University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, “Polymorphisms in DNA Repair and Oxidative Stress May Modify the Body Size-Breast Cancer Association”

 Fred Tabung, PhD(c), MSPH, et al., University of South Carolina, “The Dietary Inflammatory Index and Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Women”

 Melinda Krakow, MA, et al., University of Utah, “Psychosocial Predictors of HPV Vaccination Intentions for Unvaccinated College Women:  Religiosity, Morality, Promiscuity, and Cancer Worry”

 Third Annual Calle/Rodriguez Minority Travel Awards for a Top-Ranked Abstract (sponsored by the American Cancer Society) went to: 

Traci Bethea, PhD, Boston University, “Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status in Relation to Cancer Mortality in the Black Women’s Health Study, 1995-2011”

 Fred Tabung, PhD©, MSPH, University of South Carolina, “The Dietary Inflammatory Index and Risk of Colorectal Cancer in Women”

Third Annual Electra Paskett Annual Scholarship Award (sponsored by ASPO) was awarded to: 

Jessica Krok, PhD, The Ohio State University, “Clinic Type and Patient Characteristics Affecting Time to Resolution After an Abnormal Cancer-screening Exam”

Recipient of ASPO/BCRF Fellowship AwardMaria Azrad, PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Research Topic:  Longitudinal analyses of racial differences in adiposity, hormones and glucose metabolism in African- American (AA) and European-American (EA) breast cancer survivors enrolled in a weight loss trial

The 37th annual ASPO meeting was held March 9-12, 2013, at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee.  In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations, a poster session and reception, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, a new investigator workshop, and junior and senior member sessions.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Polly Newcomb, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.  Her presentation was titled: “A Call for Sanity in Cancer Prevention Research:  We Can’t Keep Doing the Same Thing and Expecting Different Results” 

The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented to David Wetter, PhD, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.  He presented, “Using the 3T’s to Address Tobacco-related Disparities”

Best Poster Award:  Jennifer, Yeh, PhD, et al., Harvard School of Public Health, was the winner of the Best Poster Award for her poster titled “Routine Cardiac Assessment for Childhood Cancer Survivors:  Impact of Guidelines on Heart Failure Risk and Overall Survival

Best Student Poster Awards:

Cindy Blair, PhD, et al., University of Alabama – Birmingham, “Cross-Sectional & Longitudinal Association between Light-intensity Physical Activity & Physical Function among Cancer Survivors”

Jane Montealegre, PhD, et al., University of Texas Health Sciences Center, “Self-Sample Human Papillomavirus Testing among Underscreened Latina Immigrant Women as a Triage Method for Cytology”

Second Annual Calle/Rodriguez Minority Travel Awards for a Top-Ranked Abstract (sponsored by the American Cancer Society) went to: 

Shaneda Warren Andersen, PhD, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Bettina Drake, PhD, Washington University in St. Louis

Second Annual Electra Paskett Annual Scholarship Award (sponsored by ASPO) was awarded to: 

Hazel B. Nichols, PhD, National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences

The 36th annual ASPO meeting was held March 3-6, 2012, at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center. In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations, a poster session and reception, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, a new investigator workshop, and junior and senior member sessions.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Electra D. Paskett, PhD, The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center. Her presentation was titled: “The Science of Cancer Health Disparities: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented to Stephen Hecht, PhD, University of Minnesota. He presented, “Tobacco Smoke Biomarkers and Cancer Risk in the Shanghai Cohort Study”.

Best Poster Award:
Halcyon Skinner, PhD, et al., University of Wisconsin-Madison, was the winner of the Best Poster Award for his poster titled “Telomere Length, Telomere Maintenance Genes, and Family History of Colorectal Cancer”.

Honorable Mention Poster Honors:
J. Yeh, PhD, et al., Harvard School of Public Health, “Estimated Impact of Risk Factors Trends on Past and Future U.S. Noncardia Intestinal Gastric Adenocarcinoma Incidence”
Jessica Chubak, PhD, et al., Group Health Research Institute,“Comparing Uptake of Fecal Occult Blood Tests for Colorectal Cancer Screening: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial”.

Best student Poster Awards:
Teri Malo, PhD, et al., H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, “CHPV Vaccine Recommendation at Three and Five Years Post-Vaccine Licensure: A National Survey of Physicians”
Clare Stevens, MPH, et al., University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, “HPV Knowledge, HPV Vaccine Awareness and Initiation Among Hispanics”.

First Annual Calle/Rodriguez Minority Travel Awards for a Top-Ranked Abstract (sponsored by the American Cancer Society):
Arelis Martir-Negron, MD, City of Hope
Iman Martin, PhD, MPH, MS, University of Illinois-Chicago

Inaugural Electra Paskett Annual Scholarship Award (sponsored by ASPO):
Xuehong Zhang, MD, ScD, Harvard University

The 35th annual ASPO meeting was held March 5-8, 2011 and was a great success! In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations, 2 poster presentations and receptions, a workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, and a gala dinner to celebrate ASPO’s 35 years.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Patricia A. Ganz, MD, UCLA Schools of Medicine and Public Health. Her presentation was titled: “Cancer Prevention in Patients and Survivors”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented to Alexander Prokhorov, MD, PhD, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. He presented,“Tobacco Control in Youth: the Essential Ingredients”.

Best Poster Award:
Elizabeth Ryan, PhD, et al., Colorado State University, was the winner of the Best Poster Award for her poster titled “Dietary Changes in microbial metabolism for Colon Cancer Control and Prevention”.

Three Travel Awards were given to top abstracts attending both the ASPO meeting and NCI Multilevel Intervention across the Cancer Care Continuum Conference:
Jesse Plasack, PhD, et al., The Ohio State University, “An Investigation of the Association Between Glioma and Socioeconomic Status: Effects of Group-level Spatial Autocorrelation” ;
Brandy-Jo Milliron et al., Wake Forest University School of Medicine, “Effects of a Point-of-Purchase Healthy Shopping Intervention on Shopping Basket Nutrient Content: A Randomized Controlled Trial” ; and
Min Lian, PhD, et al., Washington University St. Louis, “Geographic Disparity in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Survival: A Prospective Multilevel Study”.

Honorable Mention Poster Honors:
Katie Devine, PhD, et al., University of Rochester, “Comparison of the Problems Experienced by Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Mothers of Children Recently Diagnosed with Cancer” ;
Andrea Floyd, PhD, et al., East Tennessee State University, “Associations Among Relationship Strength, Sexual Functioning and Distress in Women Diagnosed with Cancer during Young Adulthood” ; and
G. Quinn, et al., “What is a biobank and do they have a drive-through?”.

Best student Poster Awards:
1) Rebecca Campo, PhD, et al., University of Utah, “Communication Preferences and Challenges Regarding BRCA2 and BRCA2 Risk Assessment and Genetic Counseling” ;
2) Suguna Badiga, et al., University of Alabama – Birmingham, “Higher Folate and Risk of Cervical pre-cancer in the absence of DHFR 19 bp Del/Del genotype” ; and
3) Lucas N. Wassira, et al., UN- Las Vegas, “The Determinants of Colorectal Cancer Survival Disparities”.

The ASPO meeting held in Bethesda, MD, March 21-23, 2010, was a rousing success. In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations, poster reception, workshop for associate directors and program leaders of cancer prevention and control, and a wonderful social mixer.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Paul F. Engstrom, MD, Fox Chase Cancer Center. His presentation was titled:“Cancer Prevention and Control Research: Four Decades of Progress”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented to Jasjit Ahluwalia, MD, MPH, University of Minnesota Medical School. He discussed,“Tobacco Dependence and Smoking Cessation in African-Americans – Some Answers, Many Questions”

Best Poster Award:
Anne Kirchhoff, PhD, et al., University of Washington, was the winner of the Best Poster Award for her poster titled “Occupational Status of Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study”.

Honorable Mention Poster Honors:
Alexander Prokhorov, MD, PhD, et al., UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, “Eliminating Secondhand Smoke Exposure from Mexican-American Households: Outcomes from Project CLEAN AIR – SAFE AIR (CASA)”;
Linda Patrick-Miller, PhD, et al., UMDNJ, “When Parents Disclose BRCA1/2 Test Results: Their Perceptions of Offspring Response”; and
Melany Cueva, EdD, Alaska Native Tribal Consortium, “It is a Topic Not to be Quiet About”.

Best Student Poster Awards:
1) Sara Schonfeld, PhD, et al., National Cancer Institute, “The Effect of Changing Breast Cancer Incidence Rates on the Calibration of the Gail Model”; and
2) Catherine Richards, PhD, et al., Columbia University, “Neighborhood Socio-Econimic Status and Individual Smoking Status Interact to Predict PAH-DNA Adduct Levels in Prostate Tissue”.

Abundant sunshine and warm temperatures made for a very enjoyable ASPO meeting held in Tampa, Florida, March 8-10, 2009. In addition to the previously publicized symposia, there were special presentations and a wonderful social mixer complete with steel drummers!

The Presidential Address was given by outgoing ASPO President James Marshall, PhD, of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute. His talk was titled, “Epidemiology: Keeping an Eye on the Ball”.

The Distinguished Achievement Award was presented to Mitchell H. Gail, MD, PhD, of the National Cancer Institute. His presentation was titled: “Risk Models and Breast Cancer Prevention”.

The Joseph W. Cullen Award was presented posthumously to Ronald Davis, MD, Director, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and Immediate Past President of the American Medical Association.

Best Poster Award:
Kara Leventhal, PhD, et al., Georgetown University, was the winner of the Best Poster Award for her poster titled “Predictors of Cancer Risk Assessment Accuracy in Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients”. Honorable Mention went to: Pascal Jean-Pierre, PhD, andOxana Palesh, PhD, both of the University of Rochester. Titles of their Posters respectively were: Effect of Paxil on Memory Problems in 781 Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy: A URCC CCOP Study; and Depression, Fatigue and Diurnal Cortisol Rhythm among Cancer Patients, Caregivers and Older Adults .

Best student Poster Awards:
1) Hui Zhao, PhD, et al., UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, “Genetic polymorphisms of ADPRT, XRCC1, and APE1 and levels of in vitro BPDE–induced DNA adducts in healthy controls“; and 2) Michelle Janelsins, PhD, et al. , University of Rochester, “Tai Chi Chuan Alters Insulin and Related Molecules in Breast Cancer Survivors: A Randomized Pilot Study “.

Brian Sprague, PhD, University of Wisconsin – Madison, is the recipient of the Prevent Cancer Foundation Fellowship sponsored by ASPO and the Prevent Cancer Foundation and and funded by the Prevent Cancer Foundation. The title of his research is ““Modifiable risk factors for second breast cancer events after a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCISl”.

Educational Workshops were again offered at ASPO this year. They included:

1) Research Methodology for Cancer Prevention Intervention Studies, Instructor: Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, and 2) Using Bioinformatics Tools to Interpret and design Molecular Epidemiology Studies , Instructor: David Fenstermarcher, PhD.

List of ASPO Presidents since founded in 1976

1976-1979:  Daniel Miller

1979 – 1981:  Nathaniel Berlin

1981 – 1983: Joseph Fraumeni

1983-1985:  Anthony Miller, MD, FRCP

1985 – 1987:  Nicholas Petrakis

1987 – 1989:  David Schottenfeld

1989-1991:  Tom London

1991-1993:  Tom Moon

1993-1995:  Ellen Gritz

1995-1997:  Richard R. Love

1997 – 1999:  Margaret Spitz

1999-2001:  Alfred I. Neugut

2001-2003:  Mary Daly

2003-2005:  Robert Hiatt

2005-2007:  Melissa Bondy

2007 – 2009:  James Marshall

2009 – 2011:  Electra D. Paskett

2011-2013:  Peter Shields

2013 – 2015:  Wendy Demark-Wahnefried

2015-2017:  Polly Newcomb

2017-2019:  Peter Kanetsky

Joseph W. Cullen Memorial Award

ASPO’s Joseph W. Cullen Memorial Award was conceived a year after Dr. Joseph Cullen’s tragic and untimely death, as a way to memorialize his unparalleled contributions to national Tobacco control.  As Program Coordinator for the National Cancer Institute’s Smoking Tobacco and Cancer Program from 1982 to 1989, Joe Cullen architected the largest tobacco intervention and control program launched anywhere in the world.  The award is to recognize distinguished achievement in continued national tobacco control efforts, through research, through the development of prevention and cessation programs with wide-reaching public health impact, or through public policy and advocacy initiatives.  It is also to recognize and honor individual’s whose leadership, like Dr. Cullen’s, is exemplified by a commitment to fostering collaboration among the wide network of basic and behavioral scientists, health care professionals and public health advocates involved in the fight against tobacco and tobacco-related disease.

Nominees for the award are solicited from the ASPO membership.

1992  Ellen Gritz

1993  Thomas Glynn

1994  Tracy Orleans

1995  Donald Shopland

1996  Michael Fiore

1997  Edward Lichtenstein

1998  Jack Henningfield

1999  John Pierce

2000  Susan Curry

2001  David Burns

2002  Jonathan Samet

2003  K. Michael Cummings

2004  Caryn Lerman

2005  Stanton Glantz

2006  Gary Giovino

2007  Michael Thun

2008  David Abrams

2009  Ronald Davis (posthumously)

2010  Jasjit Ahluwalia

2011  Alex Prokhorov

2012  Stephen Hecht

2013  Dave Wetter

2014  “Vish” Viswanath

2015  Cheryl Perry

2016  Peter Shields

2017  Kurt Ribisl

The ASPO Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jrl, Distinguished Achievement Award is given yearly to an outstanding scientist in the area of preventive oncology, cancer control and/or cancer prevention. This Awardee has made substantial research contributions of depth and breadth. In the evaluation process, consideration also is given to contributions by the Awardee to ASPO.  The award was renamed for Dr. Fraumeni in 2016.

1983  Michael Shimkin

1984  Ernst Wynder

1985  Sam Shapiro

1986  William Haenszel

1987  Lester Breslow

1988  Nicholas Petrakis

1989  Alfred Knudson

1990  Saxon Graham

1991  Barbara Hulka

1992  David Schottenfeld

1993  Joseph Fraumeni

1994  Anthony Miller

1995  Pelayo Correa

1996  Walter Willett

1997  Barbara Rimer

1998  Peter Greenwald

1999  J. Potter/W.Ki Hong

2000  Margaret Spitz

2001  I.B. Weinstein/Ellen Gritz

2002  Robert Hoover

2003  Leslie Bernstein

2004  Dave Alberts

2005  Graham Colditz

2006  Frank Meyskens

2007  Bernard Levin

2008  Malcolm C. Pike

2009  Mitchell Gail

2010  Paul Engstrom

2011  Patricia Ganz

2012  Electra Paskett

2013  Polly Newcomb

2014  Bob Croyle

2015  Richard R. Love

2016  Alfred I. Neugut

2017  Tim Rebbeck

Distinguished Service Awards are given periodically to those individuals who have gone above and beyond in their service to the Society.  They include:

1986:  William Haenszel

1990:  John Weisburger

1994:  Richard R. Love

1996:  Alfred I. Neugut

2006:  Carolyn Aldige’

2015:  Amy Trentham-Dietz