Jonathan G. Price
Jonathan Price is a consulting geologist and the Nevada State Geologist Emeritus. He served as Director of the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology and was on loan from the University of Nevada, Reno, as staff director of the Board on Earth Sciences and Resources of the National Research Council. With a B.A. from Lehigh University and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, his career has included experience with industry, education, research, and government. Price has worked in mining, taught undergraduate and graduate geology courses, and directed research at state geological surveys. He has been President of four AGI Member Societies, has served on the Board of Directors of another, and is a member of three.
Keri A. Nutter
Keri A. Nutter is a Geoscience Manager at DOWL, a firm specializing in planning, surveying, engineering, environmental, and related services. A Certified Professional Geologist, Nutter is a firm owner and manager of a team of engineers and geologists. Nutter has served on the American Institute of Professional Geologists’ National Executive Committee since 2014, progressing from Advisory Board Representative to President. She previously served as Secretary on the AGI Executive Committee as well as on the dues restructuring committee and the Wallace Scholarship committee. Since earning her Bachelor’s in Geology at Washington State University in 2004, Nutter has gained over 16 years of experience in service and leadership for professional groups, including two national geoscience organizations and the University of Alaska Anchorage Geological Sciences Community Advisory Board.
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).
Ronald J. Wallace
Ronald J. Wallace is currently retired from the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. His financial experience includes serving as Treasurer for three different organizations, most recently as AIPG National Treasurer from 2007 through 2008. He currently chairs the American Institute of Professional Geologists’ Education Committee and is responsible for awarding that organization’s scholarship funds. He also reviews and approves webinars and classes for continuing education credit. He received his Masters degree in geology from the University of Kansas.
Rebecca Caldwell is a Research Geoscientist and Basin Analyst at Chevron in Houston, Texas, currently on the Basin Framework team, having worked on various exploration and development research projects in previous roles. Her work combines sedimentology and stratigraphy, source to sink analysis, structural geology, modeling, and data science to solve Earth science problems across scales. She contributes to the scientific community through invited lectures, presentations, and publications, with an emphasis on sedimentary systems. Dr. Caldwell has also served in various leadership roles for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, the Geological Society of America, the American Geophysical Union, and SEPM. She holds a B.A. (University of Pennsylvania), M.S. (Boston College), and Ph.D. (Indiana University).
Member at Large
Sandy Carlson is an Emeritus Professor, following 36 years in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Davis. Dr. Carlson has served in leadership roles with the Paleontological Society, constituting that society’s six-year cycle as President Elect, President, and Past President, and is a Centennial Fellow of the Paleontological Society. She received the Association for Women Geoscientists Encourage Award in 2016 and the Gilbert Harris Award from the Paleontological Research Institution in 2019. She has been very active in STEM K-16 teaching initiatives, including outreach efforts to broaden participation in the Earth sciences. Her educational background is a B.S. (University of California, Santa Cruz), M.S. (University of Michigan), and Ph.D. (University of Michigan).
Member at Large
Aida Farough holds a Ph.D. in the Geosciences from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Since 2015 she has taught at various institutions, including James Madison University, Pennsylvania State University, and Kansas State University. Conducting research on marine geology and geophysics, Farough has spent months at sea on expeditions with the International Ocean Drilling Program and the International Continental scientific Drilling Program and has traveled on submarine Alvin to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean as a part of the Deep Submergence Science Committee early career training program. She has membership ties and leadership experience with 10 of AGI's Member Societies. Farough recently established her own firm and works as a geoscience and education consultant.
Gordon E. Brown Jr.
Gordon E. Brown Jr.
Member at Large
Dr. Gordon E. Brown Jr. is the D.W. Kirby Professor Emeritus of Geological Sciences at Stanford University and Professor Emeritus of Photon Science at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. The recipient of AGI's Ian Campbell Medal for Superlative Service to the Geosciences, Dr. Brown has served the geosciences in a variety of professional capacities including multiple leadership roles at Stanford University as well as significant advisory committee work for the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, Los Alamos National Lab, Argonne National Lab, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Pacific Northwest National Lab, the National Research Council, the Gemological Institute of America, the Carnegie Institution for Science, and various geoscience societies including the American Geophysical Union, the Geological Society of America, the Geochemical Society, and the Mineralogical Society of America. Dr. Brown earned his Ph.D. in Mineralogy and Crystallography from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University in 1970.