Fall Member Meeting Survey Results

The recent RCMA Fall Member Meeting concluded with remarkable success. The gathering has left a lasting impression on its attendees. Below is a summary of the survey results.


The attendee composition was a nice mix with 67% being regular members, 25% being associate members and another 8% being staff.

Meeting Expectations: A 100% Success Rate

100% of the attendees felt that the meeting either met or exceeded their expectations. This speaks volumes about the planning and execution of the event, ensuring that every participant found value and relevance in the sessions.

Event Location: Indianapolis, IN

92% of survey responders would recommend Indianapolis for a future RCMA meeting. 

Looking Forward: Anticipation for the Spring Meeting

The excitement is already building for the RCMA's Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C., scheduled for April 17-19, 2024. 67% of the Fall Meeting attendees have expressed their intention to participate.

The Value of Participation: Key Takeaways

Attendees voiced several aspects that they found most valuable at the meeting:

  • Keeping Up-to-Date on Technical and Regulatory Issues: the meeting served as a crucial platform for members to stay informed about the latest technical advancements and regulatory landscapes affecting the industry.
  • Networking Opportunities: the event provided an excellent opportunity for members to connect, share insights, and foster professional relationships.
  • Staying at the Forefront of Industry Developments: participants appreciated the chance to learn more about what is trending in the roof coatings industry.

Be sure to mark your calendar for the Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C. on April 17-19, 2024. 

2024 Meeting Schedule

Visit RCMA Booth 3736 at the IRE Show in Las Vegas.

Join us for our annual in-person meetings:

  • April 17-19, 2024 - Washington, D.C.
  • October 23-25, 2024

BOD Interview With Ryan Bald

What is your industry background?

Began as a research Chemist formulating coatings while also performing technical service and completing individual research as well. I transitioned into a sales role in 2010 and have been working with contractors promoting the benefits of roof restoration ever since.  


Why is it important to serve on the RCMA Board of Directors?

It is important to me to be able to be a voice at the table working to progress the industry in a unified way. My goal is to continue to work within the RCMA to use my voice & knowledge to continue to grow the RCMA and continue to increase the presence of Roof Coatings in the Marketplace. 


What value does RCMA bring to the industry?

The RCMA unites most major manufacturers and vendors to solve problems together and progress the industry forward. RCMA does this through its Government Affairs, Communications, Technical, & Membership Committees. RCMA has also designed the first ever joint non-biased training to help "Bring-Up" the level of contractor in the marketplace.   


What do you like to do when you're not immersed in Roof Coatings?

I live and breathe this stuff, but when I am not traveling working with contractors I am spending my time at home with my Wife (Breanna) and 4 Children (Carter, William, Ellie, Hudson). Any extra time I try to get out golfing or do some hiking/canoeing/camping. 

Reminder: Annual Dues

It is renewal time – membership dues will need remitted by December 31. If you have any questions or did not receive your invoice, please contact; [email protected].

Join an RCMA Committee

Are you interested to get more involved in the roof coatings industry and are a member of the RCMA? Join one of our three committees: Communications, Membership, and Education Committee (CMEC), Governmental Affairs Committee (GAC), and Technical Affairs Committee (TAC).

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RCMA Virtual Training Program

Modules 1-Evaluating and Preparing Surfaces for Roof Coatings, 2-Roof Coating Technologies, and 3-Roof Coating Application Best Practices are now available at These virtual training modules provide essential information required to understand roof coatings. 

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Virtual Training Program Modules 1, 2, and 3

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Amy Luckado (email)

Executive Director

Michael Fischer (email)

Technical Director

Jesse Stallsmith (email)
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Macy Murray (email)

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