Hanson comes to AAMA with association experience as a founding member of the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA).
While with NADRA, she presented at International Code Council hearings, which will aid her in the codes-related work she will provide for AAMA. Hanson also has experience in the legal field, previously working as both a paralegal and technical writer.
“We are very fortunate to have Diana join AAMA in the role of regulatory affairs manager,” says AAMA’s president and CEO, Rich Walker. “She will be a valuable asset of the association and our members, bringing with her a wealth of code-related knowledge, technical writing and editing, and association experience. Her legal background will also serve us well in the Regulatory Affairs and Energy Advocate arenas, and we are pleased to welcome her to AAMA.”
Hanson operates from her home in Idaho and will participate in the AAMA Fall Conference in Cambridge, Maryland; Oct. 18-21.
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