Todd Mustard is vice president of The Association of Union Constructors. In this role he coordinates the government affairs activities of the association, serves as staff liaison to TAUC’s Government Affairs Committee and works with various legislative coalitions including the Construction Employers of America, the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency, the Carbon Capture Coalition, and the Energy4Us Coalition.
Mustard also leads the association’s efforts as it relates to industry innovation and technology, serving as the staff liaison to TAUC’s Innovation and Technology Committee.
He is also the point person for the annual TAUC Leadership Conference, Industrial Grade Innovation (IGI) Conference and Expo, and State of the Union Construction Industry Forum, creating the agendas and content for these events. He is the project lead on TAUC’s Legacy Partner Program, as well as new and existing affinity programs, and other member products and services.
Prior to joining the association in 2003, he spent several years with AOL in their interactive marketing department and deal management team working on a variety of cross-platform online advertising campaigns, forecasting future revenue streams, and reviewing operational feasibility of said campaigns.
Mustard serves on the Board of the AGC of California’s Construction Education Foundation (CEF), is a longstanding member of the American Society of Association Executives and holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Oklahoma in Norman. He resides in Portland, Oregon with his wife and two sons and their dog Seneca.