May 2018 Chapter Meeting & Education Session

May 01, 2018
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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9221 W Clearwater Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336
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CHAPTER MEETING & EDUCATION SESSION
May 1,  2018

Your PMI CRB Chapter Board is pleased to continue its efforts for the 2017/18 Program Year to enhance and provide value to the membership by offering Monthly Chapter Meetings & Education Sessions. 

EDUCATION SESSION

4:30 - 5:30 p.m. - "Encouraging Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) Compliance by Promoting Responsible Science and Chemical Ethics" presented by Dr. Kabrena Rodda from PNNL

CHAPTER MEETING & GUEST SPEAKER

5:30 - 6:00 p.m. - Networking and Social Time
6:00 - 6:30 p.m. - Dinner
6:30 - 7:30 p.m. “Incentives for Small Companies’ Adoption of Ethical Codes:  Key Component in the Prevention of Reemergence of Chemical Weapons"  presented by Dr. Kabrena Rodda from PNNL.

Dr. Kabrena Rodda was recently presented a medal by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in recognition for her work on The Hague Ethical Guidelines, the Global Chemists Code of Ethics, a chlorine workshop last year, and her body of work over the last two and a half decades to support international chemical nonproliferation efforts and to prevent the re-emergence of chemical weapons.

We are pleased to have Dr.Kabrena Rodda present two important topics at our Monthly Chapter Meeting. At 4:30 p.m. she will discuss the unique technical and policy challenges associated with international chemical issues, challenging the audience to re-think assumptions and promote best practices in coordinating international and interagency activities. Real-world examples are presented and discussed in the context of the covered concepts. At 6:30 p.m. she will present her work on the development and voluntary adoption of ethical codes or guidelines, such as The Hague Ethical Guidelines and The Global Chemists’ Code of Ethics (GCCE), important steps in strengthening international nonproliferation efforts through their potential to impact the intent of the individual by normalizing ethical behavior. 

 

DR. KABRENA E. RODDA, PMP, Col, USAF (ret)

Dr. Kabrena Rodda has worked as a Senior Technology and Policy Integration Specialist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory since September 2014. She has 25 years’ experience performing and managing basic and applied research and directing the transition of R&D technology into operational use in national security missions. Since her arrival at the lab, her duties have focused on strategic planning, early integration of user requirements into R&D projects, and translation of policy imperatives into tangible user requirements that drive achievable transitions to operational use. Dr. Rodda is the primary author on over 50 invited platform presentations and more than 20 peer-reviewed publications. She and holds a PhD (Med) in Forensic Toxicology from Monash University in Australia in 2002; as well as MS degrees in National Security Strategy from National War College in 2012, Analytical Chemistry from the University of Washington in 1996, and Project and Systems Management from Golden Gate University in 1995; and a BS in chemistry from the United States Air Force Academy

 

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DINNER MENU - TBD

As always a No Host Bar will be available during the Networking.

VENUE - CG Public House and Catering (former Country Gentlemen)

REGISTRATION -  required by midnight on the Sunday immediately preceding the Tuesday meeting.

CANCELLATIONS - please check our Cancelations & Refunds policy.  

Tickets

$5.00 Educational Session - Member

$10.00 Educational Session - Guest

$20.00 Dinner Ticket - Member

$25.00 Dinner Ticket - Guest