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Mr. Jim Dinegar

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • D.C. HOK
    American Institute of Architects
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Jim Dinegar Greater Washington Board of Trade
Conference Biographies, 29 Dec 2014 [cached]
Jim Dinegar, President and CEO Greater Washington Board of Trade
Jim Dinegar joined the Greater Washington Board of Trade as president and chief executive officer in July 2006. As president and CEO, Dinegar oversees an organization that represents major business interests throughout Northern Virginia, the District of Columbia and Suburban Maryland. The Board of Trade puts its focus on the critical issues facing the Greater Washington Region: transportation; emergency preparedness and business continuity; green as a competitive advantage; and the workforce in regards to recruiting and retaining highly qualified people. The Board of Trade is steadily growing in size and influence as it celebrates its 120th year of existence. Throughout its history, the Board of Trade has been instrumental in creating and protecting the environs of Greater Washington for the population and business. Before coming to the Board of Trade, Jim Dinegar served as chief operating officer of the American Institute for Architects (AIA) where he was responsible for the overall operation of a 77,000-member organization and directed strategic efforts in the areas of education, technology, international collaboration, organizational alliances and government advocacy.
During his six-year tenure, Dinegar oversaw the growth of annual revenues by more than $20 million - from $34 million in 1999 to over $56 million for the 2006 budget - always resulting in net operating profits.
Board of Directors, 7 May 2014 [cached]
James C. Dinegar, CAE, Greater Washington Board of Trade President & CEO
Jim Dinegar, Greater Washington Board of Trade
Architectural Record News | COO Dinegar leaving AIA, 25 May 2006 [cached]
The American Institute of Architects announced on May 25 that Jim Dinegar, its chief operating officer, is leaving to become the president and chief executive officer of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.The organization is a regional chamber of commerce that represents its business members' interests in the greater Washington D.C. area.Dinegar will join the Board of Trade effective July 10, 2006.
Dinegar joined the AIA as vice president of government affairs in 1998, and became chief operating officer in 2000.Under his leadership the AIA achieved double-digit growth in both membership and revenues.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to contribute my energies to an organization so important to the successful resolution of many of the most challenging issues facing society," said Dinegar.
Business Leadership | Ronald M. Allen, 25 Oct 2014 [cached]
"It's not just women asking women" to help them move into the boardroom, noted James Dinegar, president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade.
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