Images From the AISI 2012 General Meeting

More than 400 men and women gathered in Cambridge, Maryland the week of May 20 - 22, for a joint meeting of the American Iron and Steel Institute and the Metals Service Center Institute.

The three-day conference at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay featured keynote speaker Gen. Stanley McChrystal (U.S. Army, Ret.), who discussed “Lessons on Leadership from a Warrior, Statesman and Scholar.” Former governor of Mississippi and former chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association, the Honorable Haley Barbour also addressed the attendees on "Agenda for America-Political Outlook."

The AISI General session was moderated by JoAnna Abrams, founder and CEO, MindClick Group, Inc., who gave a presentation titled "Sustainability as a Driver for Market Growth and Differentiation."

 

General Stanley McCrystal (U.S. Army, Ret.), addresses the attendees at the 120th AISI General Meeting.

Martin A. Regalia, Ph.D., of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, speaks on his views for the economic outlook in 2012.

John Hofmeister, founder and chief executive, Citizens for Affordable Energy, talks about sound U.S. energy security solutions.

AISI President and CEO Thomas J. Gibson, welcomes the attendees to the 120th AISI General Meeting.

Joseph A. Carrabba, chairman, president and CEO of Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc., was elected to serve as chairman of the Institute until May of 2013.

Eileen Bradner from Nucor Corporation receives an award for her service as Chair of the U.S. Council of Producers.

Gene Iannazzo from Harsco Metals & Minerals receives an award for his service as an AISI Director.

John Surma, chairman and CEO of United States Steel Corporation receives the AISI President's Leadership Award.

JoAnna Abrams, founder and CEO, MindClick Group, Inc., kicks off the AISI General session with her presentation, "Sustainability as a Driver for Market Growth and Differentiation."

Mary Beth Stanek, General Motors Director, Environment & Energy Policy, talks about the role of sustainability in the auto industry.

Anica Landreneau, senior associate with HOK global architectural firm, give a presentation on "Sustainable Design."

Mark Lichtenstein, executive director of the Syracuse University Center for Sustainable Community Solutions, talks about "Sustainability as a Driver for Market Growth and Innovation."

Charlie Cook, editor and publisher of The Cook Political Report and a political analyst for the National Journal Group, addresses the attendees.

Former governor of Mississippi and former chairman of the Republican Governor’s Association the Honorable Haley Barbour, gives a presentation on an "Agenda for America-Political Outlook."