Luncheon set for women environmental experts |

Luncheon set for women environmental experts


SUMMIT COUNTY Local women working as open space managers, biologists, water quality experts and in other environmental fields will have a chance to network with colleagues from around the region at an inaugural luncheon for the Rocky Mountain of the Society of Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP), set for Feb. 5 at the CH2M Hill corporate campus in Douglas County.The luncheon is open to all women involved or interested in environmental law, science, business, and policy. Charter members include attorneys, consulting scientists and engineers, nonprofit organizations, students, educators, government employees and the regulatory community. SWEP is a national organization with chapters in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. The SWEP Rocky Mountain Chapter is the first chapter established in the western region. It will serve as a regional resource for members, providing opportunities for professional development through educational programming, exchange of substantive information and work experiences, networking, and public service. The SWEP mission also includes educating members on new developments and current trends in the environmental field.Keynote speaker is Nancy Tuor, Vice Chair of CH2M HILL. The charge is $15 for members and $25 for non-members. Membership information will be available at the door for those interested in individual, corporate, or government rates. For membership information, mailing list, and luncheon R.S.V.P.s, please contact Dianne McNeill on e-mail at or by phone at (303) 298-7607.

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