Rob Underwood joined PMAA in July 2007 as PMAA’s Director of Government Relations to represent petroleum marketers on Capitol Hill. Some of Rob’s accomplishments include securing one of the most bipartisan Congressional letters sent to the EPA in recent years to address PMAA’s concerns with a costly Underground Storage Tank (UST) proposed rule. Rob also played a key role in reauthorizing the National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) which was successfully signed into law in February 2014. Rob also represents petroleum marketers before the National Conference on Weights and Measures (NCWM).
In March 2015, PMAA’s Executive Committee chose Rob to be the next President of PMAA effective May 16, 2015. Rob understands the unique challenges petroleum marketers face in today’s environment and that role will continue as President. The most important role as PMAA President is serving its 47 state and regional trade associations as well as the 8,000 independent petroleum marketing companies before Congress and the federal agencies.
Rob is a native of Georgia where he earned a BA degree in Political Science from the University of Georgia. Prior to joining PMAA, Rob worked for U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA).
Sherri Stone joined PMAA in December 2006 as Director of Legislative Affairs. She currently serves as Vice President. Her role is primarily focused on management of PMAA’s government relations programs and the SBC Political Action Committee fund.
Sherri has 27 years of experience on Capitol Hill and lobbying for trade associations. For ten years, Sherri represented the Manufactured Housing Institute. She also has experience working for the medical device industry and she served seven years on Capitol Hill, first with the House Small Business Committee then as a professional staff member with the House Science and Technology Committee.
She has a B.A. and an M.A. in Political Science, the former from North Carolina State University and the latter from American University. Sherri was designated as a Certified Association Executive in 2013.
Mark S. Morgan has practiced law in the petroleum marketing industry since 1989 representing individual petroleum marketers and federal, state and regional petroleum marketer associations. As PMAA’s Regulatory Counsel, Mark advocates on issues important to the petroleum marketing industry before a variety of federal agencies including the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Federal Trade Commission and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Mark also provides federal regulatory compliance guidance to state association executives and individual petroleum marketers. Mark’s areas of expertise include federal aboveground and underground storage tanks and dispensing systems , federal motor fuel excise taxes , hazardous materials transportation requirements, formulation, specification and regulation of motor fuels, heating oil, and alternative fuels, mobile and stationary source air emission standards and workplace safety.
Manager of Government Relations
Bradley Norman is PMAA’s Manager of Government Relations. Prior to joining PMAA, Bradley served as a Legislative Correspondent for Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) handling trade, tax, small business, budget and banking issues. He graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Public Administration and is a native of Macon, Georgia. Bradley reports to Rob Underwood and Sherri Stone and is actively engaged in PMAA government affairs activities.
Director of Programs and Administration
Susan Isard joined PMAA in January 2006. Her wide range of administrative responsibilities include managing the day-to-day office operations, reviewing the PMAA business and group health insurance programs, updating the PMAA website, revising the Annual Directory section of the PMAA Journal Summer Issue and coordinating the Spring and Fall Conferences. As Program Manager, her role is promoting and maintaining the following programs: Partners, Marketers Defense Fund and Non Dues Revenue for Member Services.
Prior to joining the PMAA team, Susan was a property and casualty insurance agent for fifteen years with hotels and associations as some of her primary customers. She is a Johnstown, Pennsylvania native and a graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources and Business.
Receptionist / Political Action Committee (PAC) Administrator