In the spirit of cooperative intelligence I want to share the news about our SCIP Denver Rocky Mountain Meeting which takes place tomorrow.
I also want to thank Lynnette Woolery our Chairperson who has been leading our chapter for more than 5 years! She has worked in competitive intelligence for US West, Qwest, Ericsson and Xcel Energy. Now she heads Xcel Energy’s product development for alternative energy. Thank you Lynnette!
In a similar vein, thank you Tom Seward and Richard Caldwell for taking the reins to run our chapter now! I look forward to the programs that you’ll develop!
Here is the logistics for the meeting and Tom and Richard’s biographies.
Theme: Network & Discuss What Members Want from SCIP Meetings
Friday, February 19, 2010 11:30AM – 1:30PM
Qwest Building 1801 California Street
Conference Room 3, 13th Floor Denver, CO 80202
Tom Seward has over nine years of professional law library experience and over 15 years of research experience. During this time he earned an MLIS from the University of Denver and a Paralegal Certificate from George Washington University. In the last few years he has formally started focusing on competitive intelligence work, primarily in the service industries. He works at Ballard Spahr, LLP.
Richard Caldwell is a 23-year Air Force Veteran. His primary career field was Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance or C4ISR. He currently works at Northrop Grumman working Competitive Intelligence for the Department of Defense customer set and doing market analysis for specific locations. Rich has many ideas on how to grow our chapter via such things as a better use of networking tools and reaching out to local colleges and universities.
Registration Fees: (Box Lunch, Presentation and Networking Included)
SCIP Members: $10.00
I regret that I won’t be there since I am still in Washington, DC, in the land of much snow! I wholeheartedly endorse our new leadership!
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