MoDOT’s Stacey Fowler one of IAMPE’s recent Graduate List for the Inland Maritime Port Manager Certification

About Stacey

Stacey Fowler is apart of the Missouri Department of Transportation team. She serves in their Waterways Management Department as a Project Manager.

Missouri has access to over 1,000 miles of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, more than the combined length of Interstates 44, 55 and 70 combined. These natural assets are a vital link in Missouri’s transportation chain. Over 500 million tons of cargo flow on these rivers annually; that is the equivalent of 19 million trucks on the highways.

From IAMPE's Recent Announcement

The International Association of Maritime and Port Executives (IAMPE) is pleased to announce its latest class of Inland Maritime Port Managers (IMPM) who completed certifications online March 13-16. The course was taught by Dale Murray, AMPE, and covered topics of the brown-water transportation industry, including current industry trends, port operations, safety, and more.

The Inland Maritime Port Manager (IMPM) certification was awarded to Stacey Fowler, IMPM - Waterways Manager, MODOT/MO; Lt. Andrew Lauf, IMPM - Waterways Management Chief, USCG; Kim Montie, IMPM - Port Executive Director Cameron Parish Port, Harbor and Terminal District; Zanna Khurana, IMPM - Transportation Industry Analyst, U.S. DOT; Jared Atkins, IMPM - Vessel Agent, Talon Marine Services; and Tessa Andres, IMPM - Administrative Assistant, IRPT.

The IAMPE is proud to have 28 Education partners including the Connecticut Port Authority; Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; Georgia Ports Authority; Port of Alaska; Bruce Oakley, Inc.; Maine Port Authority; Port of Little Rock; Port Milwaukee; Port of Vicksburg; Port of South Louisiana; Port of Morgan City (LA); America’s Central Port; the United States Coast Guard; the US Environmental Protection Agency; Port Tampa Bay; Jacksonville Port Authority; South Carolina Ports Authority; the Transportation General Authority of Saudi Arabia; Maher Terminals; The Port of Virginia; The Mississippi State Port Authority; the World Trade Center New Orleans; Ports Association of Louisiana (PAL); Kean Miller; Luis A. Ayala Colón Sucrs Inc.; the Ponce Port Authority; British Virgin Islands Port Authority; and the University of Maine School of Law.

The IAMPE is a non-profit industry association that provides professional development for port, terminal, and maritime managers, and executives as well as certification for operational personnel worldwide. Programs are reviewed and approved for certification by the IAMPE’s Board of Advisors, comprised of 20 industry professionals. The Association offers professional and accredited programs in Coastal and Inland Port Management and Executive Management, as well as certification programs for Marine Terminal Operator and IMDG/Hazardous Awareness. The Association has over 2,600 alumni worldwide and is the only industry association offering professional certification to port managers worldwide.