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SPRING MEMBER MEETING
The Spring Membership Meeting starts at 10 a.m. and includes updates on industry trends, as well as new PSTC initiatives and programs. The Spring Member Meeting will also include regulatory information.
Meeting delegates are invited to attend the Spring Member Meeting luncheon, the TECH 42 Welcome Reception & Poster Session that evening and the TECH 42 opening session the following day. Attendees are also invited to the Exhibit Showcase lunch on May 15 on the Expo Floor. The Spring Member Meeting is open to PSTC Members only.
** Subject to change
Morning Session (10:00 – Noon)
- Environmental Health & Safety Updates
- Governmental Relations Update
- Education Update
- Key Note Speakers
Networking Luncheon (Noon – 1:00)
Afternoon Session (1:00 – 4:00)
- Grow the Pie Update
- Key Note Speakers
- State of PSTC
PSTC Members: $550 per person
Alex Chausovksy is a highly experienced market researcher and analyst with more than a decade of expertise such as macroeconomics, industrial manufacturing, and automation. Chausovsky will provide ITR's views of what to expect from the economy in 2019 and beyond, covering such topics as industry trends, business to business activity, tax reform, trade, inflation, interest rate and more.
Shawn Rhodes is a global expert on how organizations and teams pivot in challenging environments. In 2001, he began studying team performance in the most dangerous places on the planet; a journey that took him to more than two dozen countries. Today, he applies what he learned for top-performing organizations such as Deloitte, ConAgra, Serta Sealy and others. He is a professional member of the National Speaker’s Association and has presented to thousands of people around the globe.
Anna Burhop is a principal at Bracewell LLP, and our new Governmental Relations Partner. She advocates on behalf of clients in the energy, environmental and natural resources industries. Before joining Bracewell, Anna was the environment director of regulatory and technical affairs at the American Chemistry Council, she previously served on the U.S. Senate Committee on Environmental and Public Works, she was part of the infrastructure team, working on the Water Resources Development Act and multiple surface transportation bills.