ASSE Foundation Appoints New Trustees


ASSE Foundation recently appointed four new trustees to its Board of Trustees: Bradley C. Barber, CSP; David T. Crowley, CSP, CHMM; Darryl C. Hill, Ph.D., CSP; and James Merendino, M.S., CSP.

brad.barberBarber, of Charlotte, NC, is the corporate vice president of SH&E at Parsons Corp. His extensive experience in safety science began at Parsons Corp. in 1996 where he has been involved in construction, chemical, engineering and technological safety in multiple locations across the world. He holds a BS in Occupational Safety and Health from Murray State University and a MSPH in Industrial Hygiene from Tulane University. Barber is a professional member of ASSE’s Tarheel Chapter.



dave.crowleyCrowley, of Canton, MA, is currently the senior director of environmental health and safety at HP Hood. In an intensive leadership position, he focuses on the continuous improvement of occupational safety, health and loss prevention efforts throughout the firm’s 14 plant locations. During his tenure as chapter president for the ASSE Greater Boston Chapter, he advocated for and helped create the Greater Boston Chapter Leadership Award ASSE Foundation scholarship in 2004.



darryl.hillHill, of Southfield, MI, is the executive director of global corporate safety and health at Johnson Controls Inc. In addition to being named by EHS Today as one of the 50 people who most influenced EHS in 2010-2011, he is an adjunct assistant professor at Oakland University. Hill’s experience includes numerous peer reviewed publications and he is editor and contributor to ASSE’s Construction Safety Management & Engineering book. He is an active supporter of the ASSE, a professional member of the Greater Detroit Chapter and was ASSE’s 2010-2011 President. He holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Oakland University.


jamie.merendinoMerendino, of Boston, MA, is the vice president and general manager of loss control at Liberty Mutual Insurance, a position in which he is responsible for leading risk management and implementing an organization-wide approach to eliminate business risk and loss. His education includes an M.S. in Safety Engineering and Industrial Labor Relations from West Virginia University. He is a member of ASSE’s Worcester Chapter.