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New NB Members

Print Date: 3/24/2018 1:32:09 AM

New National Board Members Elected to Membership
Gerald L. Pulk has been elected to National Board membership representing Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Pulk began his career in 1988 with the Detroit Board of Education, where he advanced to chief engineer/facilities manager. In 2001, he went to work for the City of Detroit as a boiler inspector/license examiner until assuming the role of chief. Mr. Pulk holds numerous 1st Class Stationary Engineer and 1st Class Refrigeration Operator licenses. He also holds a National Board IS Commission.
Anthony Scholl has been elected to National Board membership representing British Columbia. Mr. Scholl began his career in the Canadian Coast Guard as a marine engineering officer from 1980 to 1991. From 1991-1998, he worked as a boiler and pressure vessel inspector/safety officer. In 1998, he became employed by an ASME accredited manufacturer as a quality assurance manager. In 2004, he joined the Technical Standards and Safety Authority of Ontario and served as a boiler and pressure vessel technical specialist. He was a National Board member representing Ontario from 2010-2013. In 2013, he transitioned to the British Columbia Safety Authority and assumed the role of provincial safety manager, BPV.
John Patrick Rogers has been elected to National Board membership representing the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mr. Rogers began his career with Trigen Boston Energy in 2004 as a watch engineer. In 2007, he became employed with Able Engineering Services as an operating engineer, and then joined with L’Energia Energy LLC in 2008 as a lead control operator. In April of 2012, he went to work for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a district engineering inspector and remained in that position until assuming his current role of chief of inspections-mechanical in October 2012. Mr. Rogers holds first class engineer and fireman licenses and is a member of the National Association of Power Engineers, where he has served in various capacities, including president. He received the “Engineer of the Year” award in 2005.