The Association of Marina Industries (AMI) is a member-driven association guided by a Board of Directors. The Board of Directors are responsible for the management and control of the business of the Association and for the determination of its policies and programs.
The Board of Directors are elected at the first annual meeting of the members. The Board of Directors are comprised of six board members who will serve three years, five who will serve two years, and five who will serve a one-year term.
The elected officers of the association are:
|Chairman||Brad Gross, CMM|
|Vice Chair||Joe Riley, CMM|
The elected executive officers of the Association shall serve for a one-year term and may be elected for only three concurrent terms.
The Association of Marina Industries (AMI) is made up of four departments:
U.S. Legislative - This department’s primary focus is to maintain current partnerships and to advance legislative and regulatory work.
International Marina Institute (IMI) - IMI is a subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries (AMI). The purpose of this department is to develop and deliver content, programs, schools, and certification both nationally and internationally.
Membership Relations & Communication - This department is responsible for the management and growth of the membership. In addition, this department deliveries all AMI benefits to its membership.
International Marina & Boatyard Conference - This is AMI’s annual conference.
Day to day operations of AMI is directed by its executive staff: Mark Amaral
Each department is supported with assigned staff:
Eric Kretsch, US Legislative & Outreach Coordinator
International Marina Institute (IMI) - A subsidiary of the Association of Marina Industries
Merritt Alves, Training Coordinator
Merritt Alves, Membership Coordinator
International Marina & Boatyard Conference
Kayce Florio, Conference Coordinator