NACE’s Technical Committee Recruitment

04/25/16 – Our very own Kathleen Wills knows the benefits of joining a NACE Technical Committee.

See her testimonial in this 2016 recruitment video, which was first shown in early March at the CORROSION 2016 conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

“Participating in Technical Committee discussions has helped me learn about refinery corrosion issues and stay current in monitoring techniques and mitigation strategies,” says Kathleen, noting that her participation has really helped develop her career.

While at CORROSION 2016, Kathleen and co-author Eric Vetters of ProCorr Consulting presented their paper, “Troubleshooting Techniques to Identify the Source of Phantom Chlorides Found in Refineries.”