At the start of 2020, Assistant Professor Zahra Mohaghegh was voted in as a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association for Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (IAPSAM) [http://www.iapsam.org]. Prof. Mohaghegh will serve on the IAPSAM board with distinguished colleagues from the risk analysis community, contributing to IAPSAM activities. IAPSAM sponsors and oversees the organization of one of the largest international conferences on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management (PSAM). Before coming to UIUC, Prof. Mohaghegh participated in several PSAM conferences, and in 2012, was awarded the George Apostolakis Fellowship Award from IAPSAM. Since joining the NPRE faculty in 2013, Prof. Mohaghegh has encouraged her students to be active participants in the risk analysis community and has supported their attendance at conferences like PSAM. Prof. Mohaghegh and her Socio-Technical Risk Analysis (SoTeRiA) Research Laboratory [https://soteria.npre.illinois.edu] have participated as organizers, session chairs, and presenters in PSAM 12 in 2014 (Honolulu, HI), and PSAM 13 in 2016 (Seoul, Korea). PSAM conferences bring together experts from industry, academia, and regulatory agencies to discuss state-of-the-art research on the safety and reliability of complex systems such as nuclear power plants. PSAM conferences have provided a public forum for the exchange of ideas toward the advancement of Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA). Innovative SoTeRiA research projects have been presented at PSAM, receiving feedback from the risk analysis community, and generating ongoing discussions and collaborations for shaping the future of PRA/PSA. The SoTeRiA Research Laboratory has greatly benefitted from attending PSAM conferences and interacting with their vibrant risk analysis community. The next PSAM conference (PSAM 15) will be held in Venice, Italy in June 2020 as a combined conference with the European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL). The official service of Prof. Mohaghegh as a member of the Board of Directors of IAPSAM will begin at the end of PSAM 15. She looks forward to serving the PSAM community and believes in a very bright future for multidisciplinary innovation at PSAM conferences.