Our next luncheon meeting is scheduled for Thursday November 15. Our speaker will be Lisa Clarke with the Air Pollution Control Division of the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. She will be speaking about regional haze and upcoming changes to air quality regulations.
Our next luncheon meeting is scheduled for Wednesday February 13. Our speaker will be Donna Feldman, a business coach and consultant. She will be speaking about LinkedIn and how to really use it.
Today’s women are independent, expert task managers who juggle multiple roles. In addition to building thriving careers, they keep their homes in check and are primary caregivers to their children and aging parents. Along the way, women also find the time to manage the family finances and are faced with unique challenges to their financial security, especially when it comes to retirement savings. Bill’s presentation will discuss these challenges in detail and provide some basic investing strategies to help you take control and shape your financial future.
Please stop-by the SWEP booth at GeoTech’s 5th Annual Field Days.
Steering Committee Meeting to discuss current budget, feedback on recent events, and plans for future luncheons. All members are welcome!
Summary of the New ATSM Standards for Phase I’s presented by Jenny McClister, McClister Law, LLC and Kristen Dickey, WSP
Sustainability Reporting: An Overview of CDP and GRI Reporting presented by Kimberlee Rankin, Cadmus, Energy Services Division
During this fun, interactive luncheon, you’ll learn all about professional dress and creating strong non-verbal messages that will help you in your career. Of course professional dress is important, but we’ll go even further with exercises to discover your personal style. You’ll be able to dress professionally and still be you. Armed with a new style strategy, your improved image will:
- Be an invitation to meet you,
- Allow you to be noticed by all the right people,
- Help you to be taken more seriously, and
Show the world on the outside how amazing you are on the inside!
Elaine Porter, Colorado Oil and Gas Association (COGA) Wildlife Subcommittee, Chair
The Colorado Habitat Exchange is a program developed to incentivize habitat improvements and conservation on private, state, and federal lands that would offset impacts to Greater Sage-Grouse habitat in Colorado. The habitat exchange represents a collaboration by industry (COGA), agriculture (Colorado Cattleman’s Association), agencies (CPW), and environmental groups (Environmental Defense Fund). The State of Colorado is currently seeking approval from the USFWS for the program. Ms. Porter served as the liaison for COGA in development of the habitat exchange and will provide a summary and explanation of the habitat exchange program and its intricacies.