City governments across the world have realized the importance of sustainability to maintaining quality of life for citizens and the competitive advantages that sustainability can offer. Effective sustainability efforts are built on balancing the elements of people, planet, and profit – the triple bottom line. To achieve a balance among these elements, cities set goals and assess their progress toward those goals with defined metrics. Dr. Heintz will discuss Arcadis’ Sustainable Cities Index, with a focus on Denver, and Denver’s sustainability goals and programs.
About the speaker: Dr. Monica Heintz is a geoscientist at Arcadis, specializing in natural attenuation and stimulated biodegradation of a variety of compounds. She serves on the Denver Mayor’s Office of Sustainability Sustainability Advisory Council and chairs the subcommittee on Sustainability as a Core Business Value. Dr. Heintz is also a volunteer advocate for increased utilization of renewable electricity sources in Denver and across Colorado.
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Want to learn how to negotiate for better outcomes in both your business and professional life?
Rhonda Caudill will cover the basic negotiation process and explain how to ensure successful outcomes for you, your project or your business by taking the right approach and planning ahead. Whether you are an engineer, project manager, scientist, technician, or business development professional, it pays to know how to negotiate.
About the speaker: Rhonda Caudill is a contracts attorney and procurement professional at Arcadis with 20+ years of negotiation experience. “Negotiation 101” is a workshop on negotiation skills that provides an overview of collaborative negotiation based on the book Getting to Yes by Fisher & Ury.
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Featured speaker starts at 6:00 pm.
We hope you’ll join us and bring a friend!
Registration begins at 5:45. No walk-ins accepted.
RSVP by COB Wednesday, November 1st, to Mountainswep@gmail.com and pay at the door (cash or check).
The Progressive Dinner will involve changing tables throughout the course of the evening, providing opportunities to meet many people. This is a great networking event, so bring your business cards!
Salad, Main entrée (choice of meat, chicken or veggie), Dessert, and Soft drinks.
Cash bar will be available.
Featuring: Katelyn Hall, MPH of the Marijuana Health Monitoring and Research Program, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)
Colorado voters legalized recreational marijuana in November 2012 with Amendment 64. Retail sales began in January 2014 along with a developing and diversifying marijuana industry. Ms. Hall will discuss pre/post-legalization trends of marijuana use among pregnant and breastfeeding women, children, adolescents, young adults, and adults 21+ years old in Colorado. She will also discuss potential marijuana health effects seen in hospital and emergency department discharges and poison control center calls.
Check-in begins at 11:30. The luncheon will be in Building A, Carson Conference Room, and runs from 12:00 to 1:00 with a catered lunch. All are welcome to pay 2018 SWEP Membership fees at check-in.
Cash or Checks at the check-in table only please.
RSVP* by COB Monday, January 22nd to Mountainswep@gmail.com
*As we order lunches ahead of time, we do ask if you RSVP and cannot attend, please give us at least 24-hour notice. If you do not give us 24-hour notice, we kindly request that you pay for lunch. Also if you have any dietary restrictions, we ask that you notify us ahead of time.
About the speaker: Katelyn Hall is a statistical analyst and epidemiologist at CDPHE. She specializes in marijuana-related surveillance and is completing a dissertation for a PhD in epidemiology. She serves on the Council for State and Territorial Epidemiologists Marijuana Committee and the ICD-10-CM Drug Poisoning Indicators Workgroup where she co-chairs the Case Definition Subgroup. She chairs the Colorado Marijuana Data Working Group where she brings together experts in marijuana surveillance in Colorado.
Please join us for a SWEP Rocky Mountain Chapter speaker event on Wednesday September 12th, which will feature Allison Haraminac of Pinyon Environmental, Inc. discussing Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (BGEPA) Compliance and Permitting. This presentation will discuss the definition of “take” and provide an overview of the BGEPA permitting process. It will also offer suggestions for minimizing cost and schedule impacts to projects where eagles are present. See attached flyer for details.
The event will be held at Pinyon Environmental, Inc., 3222 S. Vance Street, Suite 200, Lakewood, CO 80227.
Check-in begins at 11:30. The event runs from 12:00 to 1:00 with a catered lunch ($20 for members and $25 non-members). You are welcome to pay your 2018 SWEP Membership fees at check-in as well.
Please RSVP by COB Monday September 10th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since we are ordering box lunches, we ask you to RSVP and if your plans change and you cannot attend, please notify us by COB Monday September 10th. If you do not give us notice and are a no show, we kindly request that you pay for lunch.
Featuring: Dorothy Colagiovanni, Ph.D. from Next Frontier Biosciences
Next Frontier Biosciences (NFB) is a Colorado-based biotech company developing best-in-class purified cannabinoid products for the treatment of chronic pain and other serious medical conditions. This lunchtime presentation will provide an overview of the endocannabinoid system and its relevance to cannabis. It will also review medical uses for cannabis and the concept of microdosing for wellness.
Check-in begins at 11:30. The luncheon will be at 6510 W. 91st Ave., Suite 106, Westminster, CO 80031, and runs from 12:00 to 1:00 with a catered lunch. All are welcome to pay 2019 SWEP Membership fees at check-in.
Cash or Checks at the check-in table only please.
RSVP* by COB Monday, January 28th to Mountainswep@gmail.com
*As we order lunches ahead of time, we ask that if you RSVP and cannot attend, please let us know by COB Monday January 28th. If you do not give us notice and are a no show, we will kindly request that you pay for lunch. Also if you have any dietary restrictions, please notify us ahead of time.
About the speaker:
Dr. Colagiovanni is responsible for the day-to-day management of Next Frontier Biosciences’ research and development activities as well as supporting the commercialization of the company’s products. She has over two decades of pharmaceutical development experience with an emphasis on project management, pharmacology and toxicology. Prior to joining the company, Dr. Colagiovanni held scientific leadership roles with Nivalis Therapeutics and Replidyne. She also held research positions with OSI Pharma, Gilead Sciences and Amgen. Dr. Colagiovanni has a broad range of development experience, starting from early drug discovery and clinical trials through regulatory approval and commercial launch. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Molecular Toxicology.