SPFA committees are comprised solely of SPFA member volunteers. Combined they commit thousands of hours of service, leadership, expertise, and guidance to SPFA activities. It is only with the practical expertise from the field that collectively our resources can benefit all members. If you are interested in participating on a particular committee, please contact the chairperson.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is a special body within the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance devoted to the best interest, development and growth of spray-applied and related applications of spray polyurethane foam. They include, but are not limited to:

  • Promote unity within all segments of the spray polyurethane foam industry for the common goal of industry promotion and success.
  • Develop and promote standards of quality and safety in the use of spray-applied and related polyurethane products, consistent with the needs of the industry and in cooperation with recognized standards-making bodies.
  • Advance lawful and fair trade practices and trade promotion activities, including but not limited to advertising and publicity.
  • Engage in any lawful activities that will advance the interest of the spray polyurethane foam industry and inform the public of its scope and character.

Executive Committee

President SPFA

Mr. John Achille, Coastal Insulation (NJ)

Vice President SPFA

Ms. Tiffiny Flaim, Biofaom, Inc. (IL)


Mr. Richard Spiess, Innovative Insulation Solutions (IL)

Board Members

Contractor Seats

Mr. Larry Ash, United Thermal Systems (NY)
Ms. Teri England, SmartChoice Insulation & Roofing (WA)
Mr. Tyler Fiske, Anchor Insulation (RI)
Mr. Bryan Heldreth, RPC (VA)
Ms. Bonnie Strickler, Puff Inc. (VA)
Mr. Ron Winkle, Roof Asset Management (CA)

Non-Contractor Seats

Mr. Mitch Clifton, NCFI (NC)
Mr. Doug Kramer, Lapolla Industries, Inc. (TX)
Mr. Nick Pagano, Graco Inc. (MN)
Mr. Tom Sojak, Gaco Western (WI)
Mr. Joe Stockdale, Covestro (TX)
Mr. Ridge Stockdale, Accella Performance Materials (GA)

Immediate Past President

Mr. Denny Vandewater, Sadler Coating Systems (IA)

Building Envelope Committee

The Building Envelope Committee is involved in all technical issues relating to SPF insulation products, focusing on installation and building science research.

Chair: Mark Fortney, Gaco Western (email Mark)

Certification Committee

The Certification Committee provides the industry with up-to-date training in the application of spray polyurethane foam and coverings including good business programs through education. The Certification Committee is developing and implementing programs to continually improve contractor performance, safety, and professionalism within the industry.

Chair: Bonnie Strickler, Puff Inc. (email Bonnie)

Consultant Committee

The Consultant Committee was formed to address programs, issues, and documents that relate to and affect consulting services of the SPF industry.

Chair: Mason Knowles, Mason Knowles Consulting (email Mason)

Roofing Committee

The Roofing Committee is involved in all technical issues relating to SPF roofing and coating products, focusing on installation and inspection.

Chair: Roger Morrison, Deer Ridge Consulting (email Roger)

Safety Committee

The Safety Committee is involved in all issues relating to chemical and general jobsite health and safety.

Chair: Joe Bolduc, MASCO Contractor Services (email Joe)

SprayFoam Convention & Expo Planning Committee

The SprayFoam Convention & Expo Planning Committee provides planning assistance to SPFA for the annual convention and exposition. This group consists of a mix of contractors and suppliers and help to bring a variety of ideas from each segment of our association in regards to the convention.

Chair: Todd Henderson, Henderson-Johnson Company Inc. (email Todd)

Technical Oversight Committee

The Technical Oversight Committee provides review of all SPFA technical documents to assure accuracy and industry consensus.

Chair: Roger Morrison, Deer Ridge Consulting (email Roger)

SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.