Committee Spotlight - Membership


This month we shine a light on our fun and dynamic Membership Committee who identifies the needs of members and develops opportunities to meet those needs in various ways. Our membership committee is a unique group that creatively plans member-focused events. Whether it be recruiting potential new members, engaging with current members, education on resources, or providing support, the committee eagerly seeks ways to build the community and share all what SMPS has to offer members and their firms.

Other Committee responsibilities include the planning and execution of well-attended New Member Orientations, Leverage Your Beverage networking events, and the championing of the many Rock the Block casual networking meetups we have reaching as far west as Kennesaw and as east as Lawrenceville. In addition, Membership manages the Ambassador Program which is designed to help guide new members of the benefits of SMPS early on. Each committee member comes with their strengths that have played a major role in the successes of our chapter. We are so thankful to have a group of creative thinkers who enjoy what they do when reaching the heart of our membership.

Activities are executed with a personal touch which we find engages our members and communicates an organization that is committed to people, purpose, and places.

The membership committee meets on a monthly basis. If you’re interested in joining a committee, email [email protected] to get connected!

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Member Spotlight - Megan Greer

Megan Greer is a Marketing Specialist with Terracon. With more than 150 offices, Terracon provides practical solutions to environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials engineering challenges across the United States. Megan has been with Terracon for nearly two of her three years in the A/E/C industry.

Megan is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Advertising Design. Megan entered the A/E/C industry with no prior industry experience, but her 15 years of graphic design experience helped her to quickly find her place. As an A/E/C marketing professional, Megan enjoys the challenge of using graphics to express engineering concepts. Utilizing creative ideas and colors inspires her work and allows her to create a visual language that translates well to an engineering perspective.

Megan has been a member of the SMPS Atlanta Chapter for two years. In those two years, she has brought her graphic design talents to the Communications Committee. Her skills and experience in producing creative graphics have played a significant role in generating brand awareness for our chapter.