The CNCA Team
CNCA staff provides a wide range of experience and expertise and are connected to a large network of resources throughout the U.S.
Whether your interests are related to policies and regulations, materials, specific applications or projects, we encourage you to contact us. CNCA staff is dedicated to providing responses to your inquiries, meeting with you and providing presentations and workshops.
Tom Tietz - Executive Director
Tom is the Executive Director of the California Nevada Cement Association. In this role, Tom is involved with and oversees CNCA’s regulatory and legislative efforts that focus on infrastructure and the environment. He also is actively engaged in the association’s mission to advance the use of cement and concrete throughout the region.
Tom’s career started in architecture. After receiving a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees in Architecture from the University of Illinois and practicing as a licensed architect, Tom has been working for trade associations since the mid 90’s. These associations include CNCA and the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute. He has provided seminar topics to agencies, architects, engineers, contractors and universities across the United States.
When not at work, chances are you will find Tom spending time with his family, preferably outdoors. This is one reason why he loves living in Southern California.
Terri Zemlicka - Administrative Assistant
Terri joined the CNCA as Administrative Assistant in August 2015. She earned her degree in English from Cal Poly Pomona. Prior to becoming a member of the CNCA staff, Terri worked for the western region of the Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute where she handled administrative duties and organized their conferences and chapter meetings.
Terri has lived in Chino Hills, California for twenty years. She enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids and loves to be outdoors, especially in the High Sierras. Together with her family, Terri enjoys snow skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and hanging out by the pool with a good book.