New Trustees Join APA Board

07-01-2019

Three new trustees have been elected to the APA – The Engineered Wood Association Board of Trustees, filling vacancies created by retirements and new executive assignments. 

Mark Dubois-Phillips, Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Logistics for Norbord, has extensive management experience in the forest products and energy sectors. Before joining Norbord, he spent 14 years at International Forest Products Ltd. (Interfor). He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science international relations from the University of British Columbia, as well as additional financial accounting training at British Columbia Institute of Technology and UBC’s Sauder School of Business and executive management studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Roy O. Martin III is President, CEO and CFO of Martin Sustainable Resources LLC, Martin Timberlands LLC and Marco LLC. He also is the director and co-founder of Indigo Minerals LLC, a Houston-based oil and natural gas exploration company. Martin received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA from Louisiana State University. He serves on the LSU Business School’s Dean’s Advisory Council and the LSU Flagship Coalition.

Allan Bradshaw, Vice President of Engineering for Weyerhaeuser, oversees a team of engineers responsible for planning and construction of capital projects for Weyerhaeuser’s 34 mill systems, enhancement of existing manufacturing technology and oversight of proprietary product code reports and quality control. He joined Weyerhaeuser in 1989 and has held leadership positions in engineering, manufacturing, research and development, and human resources. He holds a master’s degree in organizational development and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.

Trustees leaving the APA Board include Bruce Alexander, Norbord; Jonathan Martin, Martin Sustainable Resources LLC; and Adrian Blocker, Weyerhaeuser.

“Dedicated board members have helped steer APA through the decades, particularly seizing on opportunities in challenging times,” said Ed Elias, APA President. “We are thankful for the time and leadership our trustees bring to the Association and to the benefit of our entire industry. The talent and ideas of the incoming board will set up the strategic direction of this Association for yet another 85 years of success.”