Renée serves as the Chief Executive Officer for ACEC/Alabama. ACEC/Alabama is a professional trade association dedicated to improving the business practice and, achieving recognition for its member engineering companies in Alabama.
In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Renée shares with us how uncle Lui helped her develop a long-term vision at a young age. Her uncle was the first engineer in her life. He helped her obtain an eye for structure and details, skills she continuously uses professionally and personally.
Casillas is a public-affairs, and advocacy professional with over thirty years of experience. She serves on various governmental and legislative affairs committees throughout the State, representing the engineering profession in Alabama. Renée is actively engaged in the national activities of ACEC, the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Alabama Council of Association Executives (ACAE) and served as Chairman for the National Association of Engineering Company Executives (NAECE), 2012 - 2013. NAECE Liaison; ACEC Executive Committee, NAECE Liaison; ACEC Retirement Trust and ACEC Business Insurance Trust.
To learn more about Renée visit www.oceca.org.
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