CUSEC is comprised of eight Member and ten Associate States. Member States are those who are most vulnerable to earthquakes in the central U.S. and serve as the foundation of CUSEC. Associate States, several which have their own unique seismic hazards and risks, are adjacent to Member States and serve in a supporting role and provide subject matter expertise. The CUSEC Board of Directors is made up of the eight Member States (permanent voting members) and two Associate States (rotating voting members).
We work closely with both Member and Associate States to coordinate activities to accomplish our mission, supplement their needs, and coordinate earthquake risk reduction related activities. Please use the links below for earthquake program and related contact information for each of our Member and Associate States.