NFPA Welcomes New Economic & Statistical Services Manager

Sam Diedrich HeadshotSam Diedrich joined NFPA on June 22 as the new Economic & Statistical Services Manager. Sam graduated this past May from University of Wisconsin La Crosse with a major in Economics and a minor in Statistics. His areas of focus included working with data through courses such as Econometrics and Data Analysis for Business Applications, and he has experience working with a number of data analysis and visualization tools.

Outside of working with data, Sam spent last summer working at Ace Hardware distribution center and played tennis at UW – La Crosse for four years.

Sam will be responsible for NFPA’s Market Information programs and Stats Toolkit. He can be reached at or (414) 778-3372. Please join us in welcoming Sam to the team!

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