MEMBERSHIP & COMMUNITIES

2018 Annual Report

ASFPM 2018 Annual Overview

FEMA Regions with the
most ASFPM members

  • Region 4 – 2,053 members
  • Region 3 – 870 members
  • Region 9 – 785 members
  • Region 8 – 778 members
  • Region 5 – 528 members

Nationwide Certification

as of Nov. 1 for each year

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How ASFPM Spends Membership Dues

Individual dues $160
(Click on bar graph title for more information)
  • IT & Tech, Operations HR – $45.19 45% 45%
  • Science & Tool Development – $44.95 45% 45%
  • Training: Conference, Webinars, Workshops – $30.49 30% 30%
  • National & State Policy – $23.20 23% 23%
  • CFM – $6.19 6% 6%
  • Membership Admin., Chapters & ASFPM Foundation – $5.78 6% 6%
  • Outreach & Communications – $4.20 4% 4%

ASFPM Membership & Partners

as of Nov. 1
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS – 6,273
STUDENT MEMBERS – 27
HONARY MEMBERS – 18
RETIRED MEMBERS – 14
*Members per partner category
AGENCY PARTNERS – 30 (58*)
CORPORATE PARTNERS – 47 (96*)
CHAPTER PARTNERS – 37 (74*)
TOTAL MEMBERS = 7.010

ASPM Free Webinars & Independent Study

Planning Information Exchange

700-1,000

attendees per event – In cooperation with APA

Cooperating
Technical Partners

500-700

attendees per event

Natural Floodplain
Functions Alliance

200

Approx.
attendees per event – In cooperation with ASWM

ASFPM Special Edition Webinars
i.e. NAI Lunch-n-Learn

0-100

Attendees vary for each session

EMI G Classes

0

Free independent study
– In cooperation with EMI

ASPM Paid Webinars & Independent Study

ASFPM Webinar Series

100-200

attendees per event – Low cost registration fees – Discounted rate with ASFPM individual or chapter memberhip

ASFPM Online University – Red Vector

0-?

Independent study – In cooperation with CBOR – Course costs vary – Discounted rate with membership

ASFPM Policy Advocacy

  • Pushed for changes in law to better assist communities with postdisaster floodplain management
  • Helped revive the Flood Mapping Coalition to improve flood mapping & funding
  • Educates Congress on what works & what needs to be revised in federal programs to help states & communities
  • Working with multiple federal agencies on rules to improve flood risk management programs
  • Advocates for funding key flood risk management programs in multiple agencies
  • Now offers monthly national policy webinars to keep members up-to-date on key issues impacting their communities

ASFPM Annual National
Conference & Expo

ASFPM 2017 & 2018 Annual National Conference

SAVE THE DATE!

Future 2020 Conference
Fort Worth, TX – June 7-11, 2020
Future 2021 Conference –
Raleigh, NC – May 9-13, 2021

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