Thank you to all those who attended!
Photos are posted on our E2Tech facebook page.
PowerPoint presentations are available below:
Annual Meeting Presentation
Diane Silverman's Presentation
Andrew Smith's Presentation
Patrick Gwinn's Presentation
Robert Gerber's Presentation
7:15 – 8:00 a.m. – Networking Breakfast
8:00 – 8:15 a.m. – Annual Meeting
8:15 – 10:00 a.m. – Panel Discussion
E2Tech Annual Meeting
We urge all E2Tech members to join us at this forum to elect Board of Director Members, but everyone is welcome to vote during the forum on Maine's Greatest Risks/Threats! E2Tech members will be asked to vote on renewing and new board member candidates, listed below. If you have any questions, please contact Jeff Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-956-1970.
E2Tech Board Members being voted upon are:
- Chad Allen, Cianbro Corp.
- David Ertz, SunEdison
- John Ferland, ORPC
- Jim Katsiaficas, Perkins Thompson
- Becky Metivier, Sage Data Security
- Jeff Thaler, University of Maine
E2Tech new Board Member candidates are:
- Kelly Boden, Verrill Dana
- Tom Eschner, Woodard & Curran
- Michelle Neujahr, Southern Maine Community College
- Steve Westra, Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership
- Sarah Watts, Tetra Tech
Following the Annual Meeting, we will move into this month's
forum: Risky Business. How do we address risk in our society? What are the greatest threats to Maine?
E2Tech is hosting a facilitated discussion on risk factors - from climate change to automobile accidents to bisphenol A in baby bottles. Panelists will elevate the conversation beyond advocacy talking points and share their thoughts on the relative risk of perceived threats to the environment, human health, and the economy. You may be surprised by their answers.
- Robert Gerber, Senior Engineer/Geologist - Ransom Consulting
- Patrick Gwinn, Senior Managing Scientist - Integral Consulting
- Diane Silverman, Senior Toxicologist - TRC
- Andrew Smith, State Toxicologist & Director of Environmental and Occupational Health Program - Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention
- Michael Belliveau, Executive Director - Environmental Health Strategy Center
We’ll also look to the audience to rank risks and threats and achieve consensus on a “Top 10” for Maine.