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Thank you to all who joined us in person to make this our best conference yet! With almost 300 guests, it was our highest attended Annual Meeting to date.

For those unable to be with us, take a moment to view the complete Annual Meeting presentation, which serves as the official update on and vision of MISS DIG 811. Presented by the leadership team of MISS DIG 811, this video provides highlights of 2022 and what can be expected from MISS DIG 811 in 2023. Additionally, each year, the membership votes in representatives for the MISS DIG 811 Board of Directors and the election results are reported at the Annual Meeting. Information on industries up for election next year can be found below, and information about getting involved is located at

Safe Digging Advocate Award

Each year, MISS DIG 811 honors one individual or organization for their dedication to damage prevention and advocacy of the safe digging message. The winner is announced and presented with their award at the MISS DIG 811 Annual Meeting. Sarah Mackenzie is this year’s Safe Digging Advocate Award recipient. Check out the video below for more!

MISS DIG 811 Board of Directors

MISS DIG 811 is currently looking to fill the Long Distance Carrier and Pipeline Operator seats on our Board of Directors.

The age-old saying goes, "You’re only as good as the people you surround yourself with.”

MISS DIG 811 wants to surround ourselves with the best. We are looking for individuals who have demonstrated significant achievements in damage prevention, business, or public service to serve on our Board of Directors. We recognize that each employee brings unique capabilities, experiences, and characteristics to work; we value such diversity at all levels of the company in everything we do. TheMISS DIG 811 Diversity Statement and Policy applies to all levels of our organization.

The focus of MISS DIG 811 is the protection of underground facilities and those working near them; therefore, experience in damage prevention and safe excavation practices are of value. As a member of the Board, you will help set the direction of MISS DIG 811.

The Board meets quarterly to review the financial standing of MISS DIG 811 and progress on organizational objectives. Feedback and insight from our Board of Director's aid senior leadership in addressing the concerns of our members and the needs of our users. The overall capability and experience of individual Board candidates will determine one’s aptness.The attributes outlined in MISS DIG 811 Candidate Considerations aredesirable inall Board of Director candidates.

41% of non-profits struggle with recruiting quality board members who are passionate about the non-profit's damage prevention work is too crucial for MISS DIG 811 to be another statistic.

If you are interested and can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, and leadership for the three-year term of a board seat, please contact our Executive Assistant, Amanda Wells, at