Monroe, Capt. Jeffrey W. - Master Mariner, BS Marine Transportation-Maine Maritime Academy, MS - Transportation Management-State University of New York, Accredited Marine Port Executive.  Senior Port, Maritime and Management Consultant-HDR Engineering; member-New York and Portland Marine Societies; member-Propeller Club of the United States; member-American Legion; member-AAPA; Former Director of Ports and Transportation-City of Portland, ME; former Deputy Port Director-Massachusetts Port Authority; former Executive Director-Massachusetts Seaport Council; former Assistant Professor-Massachusetts Maritime Academy; former Associate Professor-State University of New York Maritime College; former Chairman-DHS Secretary of Homeland Security National Maritime Security Advisory Council; former Chairman-USCG Commandant’s Navigation Safety Advisory Council; former Chairman-Greater Portland Metro;  former President-North Atlantic Ports Association.


Oltmanns, Gregory - BBA - Bachelor of Business Administration, University of  North Florida; Trustee for Pensions Programs, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania; Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma Process Excellence; Accredited Marine Port Executive.  Principal- Improved Process Solutions; Manager of Health, Safety and Environmental and Line Manager- Ports America; Manager of Stevedoring Operations, APM Terminals; Marine and Operations Manager, APM Terminals and Sealand; Operations Manager-Harrington Ship Agencies.  Member-Propeller Club of the United States, Port of Jacksonville; Representative to Jacksonville Maritime Association and Georgia Stevedoring Association; Former Member of South Atlantic Employers Negotiating Committee; Former Trustee to ILA Pension and Welfare Fund; Member-Merchant Marine Veterans Association.




Bushy, Thomas L. - Master Mariner, BS Marine Transportation - Massachusetts Maritime Academy, MBA - University or Massachusetts at Dartmouth, Maritime Port Executive.  Principal Maritime Consultant - Thomas Bushy Consultants; Deputy Commissioner of Pilots, Commonwealth of Massachusetts; member US Coast Guard Commandant's Navigation Safety Advisory Council;  member Massachusetts Seaport Economic Council; member Massachusetts Oil Spill Advisory Committee; Board of Advisers of Friends of Nobska Light (Falmouth, Massachusetts); member Boston Marine Society; member North Atlantic Ports Association; former Vice President of Marine Operations- Massachusetts Maritime Academy; former Professor or Marine Transportation - Massachusetts Maritime Academy; former Chairman, Ship Operations Cooperative Program.



Callahan, Robert M. - BS Marine Transportation - SUNY Maritime College, CDR., USNR (Ret.), IAMPE Accredited Marine Port Executive,  President/CEO Northstar Port Services LLC, Former Vice President of Operations  Port of Tampa, former President and CEO Tampa Bay International Terminals, former Senior Vice President Tecmarine Lines Inc., former Secretary of Tampa Bay Harbor  Safety and Security Committee,  former Secretary of GTMAC PORTS Tampa ,  member-Propeller Club (2017 Port Tampa Bay Maritime Member of the Year), Former secretary to Port Heavy Weather Advisory Group to COTP Tampa ( Received USCG Certificate of Merit 2006) ,  former supervisor for McAllister Bros. Inc, Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc, and Port Captain duties for Marimed Inc. , active in community with St Brendan the Navigator Church as member of Knights of Columbus and Hospitality Department.



The IAMPE is working with the Loeb-Sullivan Graduate School of International Business and Logistics at Maine Maritime Academy and the Graduate Program at Massachusetts Maritime Academy  to improve professional development for the maritime and port industry. Eligible students can receive up to 4 graduate credits for completing the MPE/IMPE program towards either of the graduate programs.

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