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WOMEN IN TRANSPORTATION WEBINAR

Prerecorded short talks by current female port CEOs, followed by 'live' panel prepared remarks (five minutes), ad hoc conversations followed by Q&A.


Day:   April 26, 2021
Time: 1 pm - 3 pm central
Place: Zoom (recorded)

 

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Audience: Women in school or working, in or out of the port industry, who would like to begin or enhance a career in port and/or marine terminal management.

Key success factors in their career, and the rewards, personal and professional, they've received from their careers (both germane to gender and not related to gender).
1.Kristen Decas, Hueneme
2.Brandi Christian, PoNO
3.Phyllis Saathoff, Freeport
4.Lorrie Taylor, Orange

‘Live’ Panel with self-introductions: 25 minutes
1.Mary Beth Long, AAPA VP and moderator
2.Sade Chick, PoB Corp Affairs Director
3.Lauren Brand, NAWE
4.Helen Brohl, CMTS

 

Roundtable conversations: 25 minutes

Question and Answer: 20 – 30 minutes

 

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The Center for Advances in Port Management is dedicated to preparing the port and marine terminal operating industry for 21st century challenges and opportunities through advanced education and research.

Established in the fall of 2015 through the generosity and foresight of the State of Texas, the Center is supported primarily by the colleges of business and engineering. Erik Stromberg has served as the Center’s first executive director since May, 2016.

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