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To create our world-class educational conference program, IRE staff works closely with an Advisory Committee and an Education Alliance to design an unsurpassed program that focuses on the latest trends and challenges for professionals involved in the roofing construction and maintenance industry.

This year our distinguished IRE Advisory Committee is made up of ten industry leaders representing contractors, consultants, architects, roofing associations, manufacturers and publications. The committee members reviewed hundreds of "Call for Presentations" forms in order to select the best topics to be included in the IRE Conference Program.

Nelson Braddy


King of Texas Roofing Company

Mark Graham

Associate Executive Director, Technical Services


Melissa Mulligan

Marketing Manager

Polyglass USA / Mapei

Lindy Ryan

Regional Managing President

Tecta America

Jim Slauson

Vice President, General Manager, Specialty Products


Bill Good

Executive Vice President


Robert McNamara


F.J.A. Christiansen Rfg. Co.

Liz Olboy

Northeast Sales Manager

Roofing Contractor

Nick Sabino


Deer Park Roofing

Robert Therrien


The Melanson Co. Inc.

In order to produce an unsurpassed conference program with an exceptional line-up of topics and speakers, the International Roofing Expo utilizes a variety of industry organizations to bring the most timely and cutting-edge information. 

Below are the 2015 partners in education that make up the Int'l Roofing Expo Education Alliance (IREEA): 


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