Doble’s David Koehler is IEEE Region 4 Delegate-Elect/Director-Elect
Congratulations to David Koehler, Senior Manager of Doble’s Western Area Laboratory Services. David has been elected IEEE Delegate Elect/Director-Elect for 2017-2018 and Delegate/Director for 2019-2020 of Region 4, which serves members in the Midwestern U.S.
David is committed to serving Doble’s customers through his expertise in testing insulating fluids and managing analytical laboratories. He also shares his knowledge as a presenter at Doble’s laboratory seminars and as Assistant Secretary for the Insulating Materials Client Committee.
IEEE members annually elect officers to serve on high-level IEEE governing bodies. Region Delegates/Directors represent each of the 10 IEEE Regions across the globe, serving two-year terms on the IEEE Board of Directors. A Region Delegate-Elect/Director-Elect is nominated by their Regional Committee and chosen by the voting members of their respective region.
Elected by IEEE Region 4, David is a senior member of the world renowned professional association and is recognized for his extensive volunteer efforts within IEEE on both section and regional levels. David has been a member of the IEEE Regional Conferences Committee since 2015 and remains active within Region 4 as Treasurer and Conferences Committee Co-Chair, as well as serving as Advisor for its Central Indiana Section.
David played a key role in establishing the annual Central Indiana Section IEEE EnCON Conference, which increased society and group activities within the section to its IEEE members benefit. Met with positive response, the Central Indiana Section received the Outstanding Section Membership Recruitment Performance Award for its activities throughout 2012-2014. David is a member of the IEEE Power & Energy Society, in addition to supporting IEEE Women in Engineering and Young Professionals Groups.
Moving forward, David will use his IEEE and industrial experience to further strengthen connections between academia and industry in the Midwest by spearheading initiatives that promote youth interest in STEM careers from K-12 and encourage IEEE membership for students throughout college.