History & Mission
The GA Association of State Facilities Administrators (GASFA) is the state affiliate of NASFA.
Founded in 1996 at the Conference Center at GA Veterans State Park, GASFA was founded in order to give state facility managers and members of the construction and engineering industries an opportunity to better coordinate on the issues that matter most, and to give state facility managers a voice on the important laws and regulations that impact them.
- John Butler
- Walt Fairchild
- David Freeman
- Lamar Holland
- Luther Lewis
- Kimball Peed
- Clyde Stovall
Any State of GA employee is a GASFA member if he/she has:
- engaged in or has an interest in the administration of state facilities; and
- participated as a registrant in at least one GASFA conference during the previous 12 months.
Employees who are otherwise qualified for membership but who have not participated as a registrant of a GASFA conference may solicit membership by applying to the Secretary of GASFA and paying an annual fee.
GASFA members are eligible to vote in matters pertaining to GASFA administration.
Affiliate Membership is open to all other individuals or entities wishing to participate in the mission of GASFA. Affiliate members are not eligible to vote in matters pertaining to GASFA's administration. There are a limit of four Affiliate members seats available on the Board.
Individuals seeking affiliate membership can submit a letter of qualifications to
firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Click here for a copy of the GASFA by laws