SEAA Names Peter Gum New Executive Director
Winston-Salem, NC - After completing a nationwide search, the Steel Erectors Association of America has named Peter Gum as its new Executive Director. Gum has 29 years of experience as the CEO of not-for-profit construction trade associations.
“We received applications from dozens of qualified candidates across the country. The Board of Directors was extremely thorough in their search and conducted multiple rounds of panel interviews throughout the process,” said Geoff
Kress, President of SEAA. “We are thrilled to have Pete as part of our organization.”
Gum has a proven track record with helping associations increase membership. He comes to SEAA from the Associated Builders & Contractors
of Western Pennsylvania, where he served as President. It was in this role that he worked closely with the NCCER craft training curriculum and increased student participation in the association’s craft training programs.
his first SEAA Board of Directors meeting on July 7 in Pittsburgh. He said, “The Meet & Greet in my hometown of Pittsburgh was an introduction to the needs of members. I look forward to getting to know more erectors, fabricators, contractors
and suppliers across the country, as we work together toward expanding the association’s footprint and increasing member value.”
About The Steel Erectors Association Of America
Since 1972, SEAA has grown from a regional association of erectors
to a national trade association representing the common interests of those engaged in building with steel. Members build arenas and airports, bridges and big box retail, high rises and hospitals, and much more. For more information, visit www.seaa.net.