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Spring Member Meeting
NEW! - Includes Regulatory Component!
The Spring Membership Meeting starts at 10 a.m. on May 8 and includes updates on industry trends as well as new PSTC initiatives and programs. And for the first time, the Spring Member Meeting will be combined with the Regulatory Summit!
Meeting delegates are invited to attend the Spring Member Meeting luncheon, the TECH 41 Welcome Reception & Poster Session that evening and the TECH 41 opening session the following day. Attendees are also invited to the Exhibit Showcase lunch on May 9 on the Expo Floor. The Spring Member Meeting is open to PSTC Members only.
Member Meeting Keynote Speakers
One of the country’s most informed economists, Brian Beaulieu has served as CEO of ITR Economics™ since 1987 where he researches the use of business cycle analysis and economic forecasts to increase profitability.
Brian has been providing workshops and economic analysis seminars in 7 countries to thousands of business owners and executives for the last 28 years.
Norman J. Ornstein is a Washington fixture and a longtime observer of Congress and politics. An in-demand political analyst, Columbia Journalism Review called him "the nation's hottest pundit."
A political insider, Ornstein serves as a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and is political contributor to MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. In 2004, he was elected as a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He has written and co-authored numerous books and his articles and reviews have been published in such prestigious publications as the Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal.
He has worked at different times on Capitol Hill, starting in 1969, when he served as an American Political Science Association Congressional Fellow. He served as a staff member in 1976, and as staff director in 1977, of the Senate Committee to Study the Committee System, which reorganized the Senate.