David Busarello is the new chair of NOMMA’s Membership Development Committee, and will serve during the 2016-17 year. The announcement was made by NOMMA president Keith Majka.
“David is one of our top member recruiters and a super enthusiastic member,” said Keith Majka. “Better yet, he has experience serving with other nonprofit organizations, which he will bring to NOMMA.”
David is the owner of Bridgeton Drafting Company (BDC) in Franklinville, NJ. He started his career as a teenager in his father’s sheet metal shop. He has been in the steel business since 1978, working for a mid-sized structural fabricator and a small miscellaneous shop, before buying BDC in 2000. David is a member of the AISC & NISD in addition to NOMMA. He also serves on NOMMA’s Technical and Accreditation committees. In addition, he has written articles for O&MM Fabricator magazine.
David has served on numerous public and non-profit boards, including five years as president of a large animal shelter and membership director for the NJ Knights of Columbus. David, his wife Mary Ellen, and their two children are active in their community, serving on the school board, PTA, and scouting.
In his new role, David will chair one of NOMMA’s most important committees. In his post, he will not only lead membership efforts, but he will serve as a cheerleader and coach for NOMMA’s member-get-a-member campaign.