Rodney C. Ewing, President
Carolyn G. Olson, President Elect
Heidi L. Hoffower, Treasurer
Anna C. Shaughnessy, Secretary
Jonathan D. Arthur, Member at Large
Susan M. Sullivan, Member at Large
Paul Weimer, Member at Large
Eve S. Sprunt, Past President
Daniel D. Domeracki, AGI Foundation Chair
Rod Ewing is the Frank Stanton Professor in Nuclear Security and Co-Director of the Center for International Security and Cooperation in the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, and a Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at Stanford University. He has written extensively on issues related to nuclear waste and is a co-editor of Radioactive Waste Forms for the Future (1988) and Uncertainty Underground – Yucca Mountain and the Nation’s High-Level Nuclear Waste (2006). From 2012 to 2017, he was Chair of the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a Founding Editor of the magazine Elements, and a past president of the Mineralogical Society of America and the International Union of Materials Research Societies.
Carolyn Olson has had a distinguished career in government with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Geological Survey specializing in soil geomorphology, hydrology, and paleoclimate. She is Past-President and Fellow of the Soil Science Society of America, and was a senior policy scientist in the Office of the Chief Economist at USDA where she worked on science policy and guidance in climate change. She is a Coordinating Lead Author for the Fourth National Climate Assessment and served on numerous federal interagency committees and on the boards of several AGI member organizations. Dr. Olson is active in several geoscience societies including the American Geophysical Union and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She holds degrees from Syracuse University, Indiana University, and Harvard University. Dr. Olson is currently Scientist Emerita at the U.S. Geological Survey where she continues her work in Quaternary geology and hydrology.
Heidi Hoffower is currently the Exploration Advisor for the Chevron’s Asia-Pacific region. She has held numerous roles setting strategic direction, managing people and significant budgets, and developing oil opportunities within Chevron since 2008. Ms. Hoffower started her oil and gas industry career at ExxonMobil in 2003 where she worked on global upstream projects. She earned her Master's degree in Geoscience from University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2002 and Bachelor’s degree in Geology from the University of Wyoming in 1999. Heidi is a former President of the Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG), and has been an active member of AWG and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
Earth Resources Laboratory, MIT (retired)
Anna C. Shaughnessy received her BSc from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden and her MSc from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She started her career as an interpreter geophysicist with Mobil Oil and has worked in the energy industry for thirty years, primarily in exploration, technology development and deployment. During her energy industry career, she has held leadership roles at Mobil, Saudi Aramco, Texaco and Kerr-McGee. Anna transferred to the academic sector in 2011 and became the Executive Director of the Earth Resources Laboratory (ERL), at MIT. She retired in 2018.
Florida Geological Survey
Dr. Jonathan D. Arthur is State Geologist of Florida and Director of the Florida Geological Survey. He holds degrees from Florida State University and is a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. Jon is also a member of IAH and NGWA. He has had leadership roles with the Association of American State Geologists (President 2014-2015), the Florida Association of Professional Geologists (President 2003-2006), the AIPG Florida Section Executive Committee (2007 – 2009) and has served on National Academy of Science committees. His areas of specialization include hydrogeochemistry and aquifer vulnerability, with special interest in geoscience policy and advocacy.
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES)
Susan M. Sullivan holds a PhD in atmospheric chemistry from the University of Colorado for work conducted with NOAA. Since 1996, Dr. Sullivan has engaged geoscientists in education and outreach in her roles with the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) Education and Outreach group at the University of Colorado Boulder. As Interim Director and then Director of the group since 2000, she has recruited and trained many geoscientists to work in public outreach roles and been Principal Investigator for more than 36 geoscience education and evaluation projects. Her work has focused primarily on teacher professional development, digital libraries, evaluation and climate literacy. She served as President of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers in 2013. Currently, Dr. Sullivan is Director of Diversity and Inclusion at CIRES, focused on talent pool and workplace inclusion.
University of Colorado
Paul Weimer holds the Paul Rady Chair in the Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder. In his career, he has researched the evolution of sedimentary basins, including stratigraphy, sedimentology, structure, tectonics, and fluid movement, with emphasis on deepwater continental margins. He has published extensively on these topics, having written three books, more than 170 papers, and co-edited 11 volumes. His recent efforts have focused on creating high resolution, scientifically accurate geo-animations for K-12 Education and Public outreach. He has served extensively with many local and international geosocieties, with emphasis on integration of disciplines and inter-society cooperation including SEG, SEPM, EAGE, and is Former President of AAPG. He has major efforts in professional continuing education, having taught publicly available short courses in 35 countries and consulted extensively globally. He holds a BA (Pomona College), MS (University of Colorado), and PhD (University of Texas at Austin).
Eve Sprunt & Associates
Eve Sprunt comes to AGI with a 35-year career in the petroleum industry, the first 15 years in research followed by 6 years in new business development then 14 years in management. Her book, A Guide for Dual-Career Couples: Rewriting the Rules, was published in 2016. She has a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Stanford University, S.B. and S.M. from MIT, and is a former President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and former First Vice President of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
Vice President, Government and Industry Relations, Schlumberger Limited
Dan Domeracki is Vice President, Government and Industry Relations for Schlumberger Limited. He joined Schlumberger through the acquisition of Intera Inc. (Eclipse reservoir modeling software) in 1995 where was Executive Vice President for Reservoir Consulting. joined Schlumberger in 1995 and has held various positions of increasing responsibility at Schlumberger since that time. During his career with Schlumberger, Domeracki served on several task groups to look at technology development and corporate organizational evolution. He is an executive corporate sponsor for selected acquisitions, served on the Schlumberger Gender Diversity board and is an active sponsor in the Reservoir Engineering Community SIG in Schlumberger’s Eureka organization. He holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Geology from the University of South Carolina.
American Geosciences Institute
Allyson K. Anderson Book is the Executive Director of the American Geosciences Institute. Prior to accepting this position, Anderson Book held senior roles at the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and ExxonMobil Exploration Company. She is a former President of the Association for Women Geoscientists and has been an active member and volunteer for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists for more than 20 years. She is a member of the National Petroleum Council, a federally chartered advisory committee to the U.S. Department of Energy, and also serves as a member of the Advisory Committee to the Clean Energy Manufacturing Analysis Center of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. She holds a Master's degree in Geology from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.