Pete Brothers (right) accepts the gavel from PSLS past president Terry McMillen Jr.
Pete Brothers, P.L.S. and the Survey/Geospatial Practice Lead in CEC’s Monroeville office, has added yet another title to his name — Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors (PSLS) president.
PSLS, a statewide professional organization, exists for the purpose of supporting, improving and enhancing the profession, its members, and the practice of land surveying. PSLS focuses on providing education, legislative involvement, enhancing public awareness, and the promulgation of the ethics of the profession.
The rise to the PSLS president’s seat is a 5-year commitment. Pete previously served as secretary, vice president, president-elect, and will continue as past president when his current term expires.
“It’s very rewarding,” Pete says.
Pete Brothers addresses the membership of PSLS for the first time as its president.
As president, Pete will be responsible for running the organization’s state meetings, held every 2-3 months in Harrisburg, as well as chairing the membership committee and being a member of the advisory committee at Penn State Wilkes-Barre. The hallmark of his presidency is the creation of a mentoring program for new surveyors across the state. Pete was also instrumental in the creation of PSLS’s new member partner program, of which CEC is a Gold Sponsor.
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