The 2012 GreenGov Symposium is presented by the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) and the Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO).  This year's program will be held Sept. 24-26, 2012 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.

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The Future of P3 and Third Party Financing   Monday, Sept. 24, 2012   11:00am - 12:15pm
Leaders from the Federal Government, private sector, and non-governmental organizations will discuss innovative and leading-edge practices in third party financing and public-private partnerships. Panelists will also address broader policy issues related to P3 and alternative financing solutions.

Speaker Bios:

Matt Cheney - CEO, CleanPath Ventures
Matt Cheney, CEO, CleanPath Ventures: Mr. Cheney is the former CEO of Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, the United States based wholly-owned subsidiary of Fotowatio, a global solar Independent Power Producer. In 2009 Mr. Cheney helped to manage the acquisition by Fotowatio of MMA Renewable Ventures, where he was the current CEO. MMA Renewable Ventures (MMA RV) focused on the development, ownership and operation of a multi-million dollar portfolio of large and distributed scale solar, wind, biomass and energy efficiency project investments, and was the first independent syndicator of Solar Tax Equity funds in the US. MMA RV syndicated 50 renewable energy projects in five separate funds during Mr. Cheney’s tenure. Prior to MMA RV, Mr. Cheney was the CEO of NUON Renewable Ventures USA, LLC, while he served as Director of North American Business Development for NUON NV in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. In that role, he developed and implemented NUON’s North American renewable energy investment strategy. In addition, Mr. Cheney managed U.S. mergers and acquisitions as a member of NUON’s global M&A team. Mr. Cheney himself took NUON Renewable Ventures private in 2004 under the name of Renewable Ventures LLC. Mr. Cheney has more than twenty-five years in the fields of civil engineering, energy, and environment, including experience with the U.S. Agency for International Development in South America, the National Rural electric Co-op Association’s International programs, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the Utility PhotoVoltaic Group, now the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA). Mr. Cheney has a Bachelor’s from the American University and a Master’s Degree from Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, both in Washington D.C..
Kateri Callahan - President, Alliance to Save Energy
Kateri Callahan brings more than 25 years of experience in policy advocacy, fundraising, coalition building, and organizational management to her position as the president of the Alliance to Save Energy, a non-government organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Alliance has worked for more than three decades to advance energy efficiency worldwide to achieve a healthier economy, a cleaner environment, and greater energy security. Serving as president of the Alliance since January 2004, Callahan leads a staff of nearly 70+; oversees a budget of approximately $17 million annually; and serves on the Alliance Board of Directors, which includes Members of Congress, state and local officials and top corporate and NGO executives.
Richard Kauffman - Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy
Prior to joining the Department of Energy, Richard Kauffman served as CEO of Good Energies, Inc., a leading investor in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies. Richard was also a partner of Goldman Sachs where he chaired the Global Financing Group and served as a member of the firm’s Partnership Committee, Commitments Committee and Investment Banking Division Operating Committee. Before joining Goldman Sachs, he served as vice chairman of Morgan Stanley’s Institutional Securities Business and co-head of its Banking Department. Richard has served as Board Chairman of Levi Strauss & Co., as well as on the boards of several organizations, including the Brookings Institution and the Foreign Policy Association. Richard earned a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University, a master’s degree in international relations from Yale University and a master’s in public and private management from the Yale School of Management.
John Conger - Acting Deputy Under Secretary of Defense Installations & Environment, U.S. Department of Defense
Mr. John Conger is the Acting Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment, providing management and oversight for U.S. military installations worldwide – comprising 29 million acres, more than 500,000 buildings and structures, and a replacement value of over $850 billion – and for facilities energy, environmental, safety, and occupational health programs. He has been the Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Installations and Environment since June 2009. Previously, he worked for Representatives Chet Edwards, Jane Harman and Sam Gejdenson, and served as Professional Staff for the House International Relations Committee. He holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Aerospace Engineering from MIT and an M.A. in Science, Technology and Public Policy from George Washington University.
MODERATOR: Dennis McGinn - President, American Council on Renewable Energy
Vice Adm. Dennis V. McGinn, USN (retired) is the president of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE), a membership organization dedicated to creating a more secure and prosperous America with clean, renewable energy. Admiral McGinn is a naval aviator, test pilot and national security strategist. He has served as the Commander of the U.S. Third Fleet and the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Warfare Requirements and Programs in the Pentagon. Admiral McGinn brings to ACORE his significant national experience in efforts to highlight the close link between energy, climate and national security. He is a strong advocate for innovative government policy, public and private partnerships, and investments that will promote clean energy growth and innovation.

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A Fresh Look at Demand Response   Monday, Sept. 24, 2012   1:30pm - 2:45pm
Leaders from across sectors will discuss the new approach to demand/response technologies and policies, and the benefits it can provide to energy management efforts.

Speaker Bios:

Tom Hicks - Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, U.S. Navy
Tom Hicks was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy in March 2010. Hicks' portfolio of responsibilities focuses on all Department of the Navy (DON) energy initiatives. Hicks joined DON from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) where he held several executive roles including vice president of LEED green building rating system, vice president for International Programs, and spearheaded a strategic venture on behalf of USGBC - the Building Performance Initiative. Previously, he has served as a senior program manager at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and led the formation of the energy efficiency program for the U.S. Navy Public Works Center Washington, D.C. Hicks received his bachelor's of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland.

 

Lee Krevat - Director, Smart Grid, San Diego Gas & Electric
Bio not available.

 

Brendan Owens - Vice President of LEED Technical Development, U.S. Green Building Council
Brendan is USGBC’s vice president of LEED® technical development. He collaborates with volunteer technical committees to evolve and refine USGBC’s LEED Green Building Rating System. Brendan represents USGBC on the executive committee for ASHRAE/IES/USGBC Standard 189.1 and is the liaison to the International Code Council for the International Green Construction Code. He is also on the board of directors for the New Buildings Institute. Prior to joining USGBC, Brendan worked designing, implementing and verifying performance contract based energy conservation projects in existing buildings. Brendan is a LEED Accredited Professional and a licensed Professional Engineer. He received his engineering degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.

 

Mary Beth Tighe - Director of Office of Energy Market Regulation, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Bio not available.

 

MODERATOR: Dan Delurey - President, Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition
Delurey is President of the Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DRSG), a non-profit association for companies who provide products and services in the DR and Smart Grid areas. DRSG focuses on outreach and education to policymakers and industry stakeholders. www.drsgcoalition.org. Delurey is also Executive Director of the Association for Demand Response and Smart Grid (ADS), a non-profit organization of ISOs, utilities, and technology companies that facilitates the development and exchange of information and expertise within the DR and smart grid community. ADS is the host and sponsor of the National Town Meeting on Demand Response and Smart Grid, and the leader of a “coalition of coalitions” formed to implement the National Action Plan on DR.

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Transforming Sustainability Strategies into Tactical Management Actions   Monday, Sept. 24, 2012   3:15pm - 4:30pm
Federal agency senior sustainability officers (SSOs) discuss how to transform the sustainability strategies and goals of Executive Order 13514 into tactical management actions. Best practices, challenges, and lessons learned will be shared during this panel, which will include an extended question and answer period.

Speaker Bios:

Olga Dominguez - Assistant Administrator, Office of Strategic Infrastructure, U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Olga M. Dominguez became the Assistant Administrator for NASA’s Office of Strategic Infrastructure on June 26, 2006. She leads the Agency infrastructure policy efforts and the integration of infrastructure issues in support of accomplishing NASA’s Science, Aeronautics, Space Operations, and Exploration Missions. Ms. Dominguez also served as the Director of NASA’s Environmental Management Division, where she was responsible for agency environmental policy and guidance. She joined NASA in 1990 and became a member of the United States of America Senior Executive Service in 1998. She received numerous awards with highlights of the Presidential Ranking Awards for the Distinguished Executive, Meritorious Executive, and the Leadership in Energy Management Ms. Dominguez received Bachelor of Science degree in Fish and Wildlife Management, with emphasis in Zoology.
Brodi Fontenot - Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration , Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation
Brodi Fontenot serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration and the Senior Sustainability Officer (SSO). He is responsible for implementation, oversight and management of the Department’s energy, environmental and sustainability goals at approximately 11,000 buildings and 6,000 vehicles operated by DOT. Brodi joined the Department in July 2009 as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Management and Budget. Prior to joining DOT, he was a staff member of the US Senate Budget Committee. In this role, Brodi analyzed and made recommendations to the Committee Chairman on budget requests of DOT and other federal agencies. Brodi has also held leadership positions at the Government Accountability Office where he worked on issues such as housing, disaster assistance, and budgeting for capital projects.
Katherine Hammack - Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E), U.S. Army
Ms. Katherine Hammack was appointed as the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment (ASA IE&E) by President Obama on 28 June 2010. She is the primary advisor to the Secretary of the Army and Chief of Staff of the Army on all Army matters related to Installation policy, oversight and coordination of energy security and management. She is also responsible for policy and oversight of sustainability and environmental initiatives; resource management including design, military construction, operations and maintenance; base realignment and closure (BRAC); privatization of Army family housing, lodging, real estate, utilities; and the Army’s installations safety and occupational health programs. Prior to her appointment, Ms. Hammack was a leader in Ernst & Young LLP’s Climate Change and Sustainability Services practice. In that capacity she assisted clients with obtaining Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification for their buildings and identification of sustainability strategies. She was the key LEED advisor to the largest LEED for new construction building in the world (8.3 million sq ft) which received LEED-NC Silver certification. She was also the key LEED advisor on the largest existing green building certification for building operation and maintenance (9.6 million sq ft) which received LEED-EB Gold level certification. Ms. Hammack has over 30 years of experience in energy and sustainability advisory services. She has experience in the evaluation of energy conservation projects, including ventilation upgrades, air distribution, indoor air quality, lighting efficiency, cogeneration, sustainable design, solar energy and building operation.
Ms. Hammack has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University and an M.B.A. from University of Hartford. She is a Certified Energy Manager, LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager. She has been an active member of ASHRAE, where she has been on the 90.1 Energy Efficiency Standard Committee and on the Standard 189 High Performance Green Buildings Standard Committee. Ms. Hammack is a founding member of U.S. Green Building Council in Washington, D.C.
James Sullivan - Director, Office of Asset Enterprise Management, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Bio not available.
MODERATOR: Louis J. Hutchinson III - Vice President of Public Sector & Energy Efficiency Sales, Constellation
As Vice President of Public Sector & Energy Efficiency Sales for Constellation, an Exelon company, Dr. Louis J. Hutchinson III, manages Constellation’s Public Sector team nationally, and oversees the daily business development and sales activities. Prior to joining Constellation, Dr. Hutchinson served as Founder, CEO and President of Crunchy Technologies, which was later acquired by IBM. His experience also includes Vice President of Public Sector Sales at Nexaweb Technologies Inc., and Netscape Communications Corporation, and National Public Sector Sales Manager at Powersoft Corporation. Dr. Hutchinson holds a Doctorate in Theological Studies and a Masters of Divinity Degree from Wesley Theological Seminary, and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Computer Science and Statistics from George Washington University.

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Innovative Federal Solutions on P3 & Third Party Financing   Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012   10:45am - 12:00pm
This high-level, policy discussion between the Federal Environmental Executive and thought leaders from the Army and government contracting community will provide perspectives on innovative alternative financed projects that are already in development. The panelists will also highlight approaches to overcoming policy, contracting and economic challenges related to these collaborations.

Speaker Bios:

Jonathan Greenblatt - Special Assistant to the President and Director, White Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation
Jonathan Greenblatt is Special Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation. His portfolio includes national service, civic engagement, impact investing, and social enterprise. Before joining the White House, Jonathan founded the Impact Economy Initiative at the Aspen Institute, which focused on the nexus of public policy and impact investing. He also served as an operating partner at Satori Capital, a private equity firm focused on conscious capitalism. Jonathan co-founded Ethos Brands, the business that launched Ethos Water, the premium bottled water that helps children around the world get clean water. Jonathan has served as a member of the faculty at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA where he developed its coursework on social entrepreneurship.
Richard G. Kidd IV - Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Energy & Sustainability), Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy & Environment), U.S. Army
Mr. Richard Kidd became the DASA (E&S) on 25 October, 2010. This is his third assignment as a Senior Executive within the Federal Government. In this position he is responsible for overall program direction, establishment of policies, development and refinement of strategies, and oversight for implementation of all programs and initiatives related to Energy Security and Sustainability within the Army. As the Army’s Senior Energy Executive, Mr. Kidd coordinates and integrates both installation (traditional as well as expeditionary) and operational energy programs and strategies. Mr. Kidd graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1986 and served as an Infantry Officer until 1991. After receiving a Masters Degree in Public and Private Management from Yale University, he joined the United Nations in 1993 and served in a variety of international assignments, principally in war affected regions of the world. He joined the Department of State’s Bureau of Political Military-Affairs in 2001 where he served as Special Assistant, Office Director and Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary. In July of 2008 he joined the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy where he was responsible for leading the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP). In this position he helped to craft Federal level energy policy and assisted all Federal agencies in meeting statutory energy and sustainability requirements in order to promote energy security and environmental stewardship.
Jonathan Powers - Federal Environmental Executive, White House Council on Environmental Quality
On April 9, 2012, Jonathan Powers was appointed by President Obama to serve as the Administration's Federal Environmental Executive. In this capacity, Jon is responsible for promoting environmental and energy sustainability across federal government operations. Housed within the White House Council on Environmental Quality, the Office of the Federal Environmental Executive was created by Executive Order in 1993. The Office oversees implementation of President Obama's Executive Order on Federal Sustainability (EO 13514) and the GreenGov initiative, working collaboratively with the Office of Management and Budget and each of the Federal agencies. Prior to joining CEQ, Jon served as the Special Advisor on Energy in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Installations, Energy & Environment. He also served as the Chief Operating Officer at the Truman National Security Project, where he focused on energy security issues. In 2009, Jon testified to the US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works on the national security implications of climate change with retired Senator John Warner and Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn. Following this testimony, Jon founded the nationally recognized campaign Operation Free for veterans to advocate for a national energy policy. Prior to joining the Truman Project, Jon served for four years as an Officer in the U.S. Army, including a 15 month tour in Iraq as part of Operation Iraq Freedom I. In 2005, Jon founded War Kids Relief after returning to Iraq as a civilian to develop programs to engage Iraq's youth and minimize recruitment by radicalized elements. The youth and counterterrorism research and program development efforts led to War Kids Relief becoming a leading advocacy organization working to create a bridge between American and Iraqi youth to build a foundation for peace. In 2008, Jon was a Democratic candidate for New York's 26th Congressional District. Jon received a Bachelor of Arts in Education at John Carroll University in Cleveland, OH and a Masters in Global Security Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD.
MODERATOR: Stephen F. Schneider - Vice President & Chief Solutions Architect, Federal Infrastructure, SAIC
Steve Schneider is Vice President and Chief Solutions Architect for Federal Infrastructure at SAIC. As Chief Solution Architect, Mr. Schneider determines how the various SAIC capabilities can be holistically packaged into an energy solution that meets and exceeds the unique customer needs in the federal and large industrial/commercial market segments. Mr. Schneider’s areas of focus include microgrids, ESPCs, electrical generation and commercial/industrial energy services. Mr. Schneider’s scope also includes evaluating potential energy-related strategic partnerships. Prior to joining SAIC, Mr. Schneider held the role of Principal Engineer of Energy Initiatives in Lockheed Martin’s Corporate Engineering and Technology area. As Principal Engineer, Mr. Schneider evaluated energy and sustainability technologies, determined whether the technology fits into the Lockheed Martin Energy Strategy, enabled the appropriate technology transfer and coordinated Energy related Research and Development activities. Mr. Schneider also worked at Constellation Energy for 18 years. Mr. Schneider’s Constellation Energy experience includes electrical and natural gas utility engineering, project management leadership, contract negotiation, construction management and process improvement.

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Destination: Sustainable Communities   Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012   1:15pm - 2:30pm
Panelists will explore the concept of establishing sustainable communities, including an examination of key players, critical tools and resources, and drivers for supporting these initiatives.

Speaker Bios:

Melanie Nutter - Director, San Francisco Department of the Environment
In July of 2010, Mayor Gavin Newsom appointed Melanie Nutter as the Director of the San Francisco Department of Environment. Nutter leads the Department of Environment, which helps all San Francisco residents and businesses take an active role in protecting and enhancing the urban environment, produces and publicizes information on sustainable practices, and develops innovative and practical environmental programs for all residents. Beginning in 2005, Nutter served as Deputy District Director for the U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, where she managed the Speaker’s district office by supervising staff, addressing constituent concerns, and advising on local policy issues. Nutter functioned as the district policy liaison to Speaker Pelosi’s policy advisors on issues including the environment, energy, transportation, environmental health, women’s issues, and food policy. Melanie has over eighteen years experience in fundraising, events management, grassroots organizing and media relations. As a Principal for Nutter Consulting, she consulted for many organizations including Music for America and SEIU Local 250. In 2002, she worked as the Canvass Director for the San Francisco Democratic Party’s SF Vote Project and oversaw two assistant directors and 80 paid staff on Election Day. Nutter founded and chairs the Energy and Environment Circle for the Full Circle Fund with the help of Vice President Al Gore and green jobs advocate Van Jones. Nutter has been a grassroots environmental organizer with Greenbelt Alliance, the Public Interest Research Groups (PIRG), and Green Corps.
Brendan Shane - Chief, Office of Policy & Sustainability, District Department of the Environment
Brendan Shane heads the Office of Policy and Sustainability for the District Department of the Environment, where he oversees issues related to green building, climate change, and other cross-cutting urban sustainability issues. He is a principal staffer for the Mayor’s Sustainable DC initiative, working across the District Government and with community stakeholders to define and implement the Mayor’s vision of making the District the greenest, healthiest, most livable city in the nation. Brendan is a watershed hydrologist and attorney by training, with degrees from Franklin & Marshall College, University of Maryland at College Park, and Georgetown University Law Center.

 

Hilari Varnadore - Director, STAR Communities
Hilari Varnadore, LEED-GA, serves as Director of STAR Communities, the organization responsible for development and delivery of the STAR Community Rating System. Planned for release this fall, STAR is the nation's first rating system for evaluating, quantifying, and improving the livability and sustainability of U.S. communities. Previously, Hilari served as the STAR Program Director at ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability and was the first Sustainability Director for Frederick County, Maryland's Office of the County Manager. Hilari was an active member of the Urban Sustainability Directors Network and NACo's Green Government group. Hilari was a municipal planner focused on long-range, environmental, and community planning and served as CEO for Community Commons, a Maryland-based conservation nonprofit, in the early 2000s.
Christopher Zimmerman - Member, Arlington County Board
Christopher Zimmerman has served on the Arlington County Board since 1996, and completed his fourth term as Chairman in 2011. An economist by training, for the past two decades he has been intimately involved in planning, development, and transportation policy in one of the most dynamic communities in America, as a neighborhood leader, as a planning commissioner, and as a member of the Arlington County Board. Mr. Zimmerman serves on many transportation related Boards, including the Transportation Planning Board, Virginia Railway Express, and the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority. For thirteen years he served on the WMATA Board of Directors.
MODERATOR: Steve Nicholas - Vice President of US Climate & Environmental Programs, Institute for Sustainable Communities
Steve joined ISC as Vice President of Climate & Environment Programs in October 2008. Prior to that, he was Director of the City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment for eight years, where he led several urban sustainability initiatives, including development and implementation of the Seattle Climate Protection Initiative. He was co-author of Seattle’s first-ever climate action plan and the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement. He also staffed the Mayor’s Green Ribbon Commission on Climate Protection, led the creation of the Seattle Climate Partnership, and established the Directors’ Climate Network. From 1995-1998, Nicholas directed ISC's Democracy Network Project in Macedonia.

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Internal Engagement Strategies: A Top Down Approach   Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012   3:00pm - 4:15pm
Senior executives from two Fortune 500 companies and a metropolitan city will share perspectives on the role of leadership in achieving sustainability goals, mobilizing middle management and establishing clear goals and expectations for subordinates.

Speaker Bios:

Valerie Patrick - Sustainability Coordinator/Strategist, Bayer North America
Dr. Patrick, Sustainability Coordinator/Strategist for Bayer North America, embeds sustainability thinking into Bayer’s business operations and processes for risk, reward, and reputation benefits. Dr. Patrick also has led technical initiatives to deliver revenues from innovations to the materials business marketplace and has masterminded and facilitated stakeholder and executive workshops to identify and pursue new sources of organizational value for Bayer. Dr. Patrick received her B.S. in ChemE (Chemical Engineering) from Bucknell Univeristy and her M.S./Ph.D. in ChemE from California Institute of Technology. She serves on the Board for the Association of Climate Change Officers, the Business Environmental Leadership Council for the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, and the Women’s Leadership Council for the United Way of Allegheny County.
Susanne Torriente - Assistant City Manager, City of Fort Lauderdale
Susanne M. Torriente joined the City of Fort Lauderdale in July, 2011 as part of the new management team focused on streamlining city services, initiating strategic management practices and integrating sustainability into city operations. She oversees Sustainable Development, Transportation & Mobility, Public Work, Parks & Recreations and Structural Innovation. Previously Susanne was Sustainability Director at Miami-Dade County. She led the planning effort to develop the County’s first sustainability & climate action plan, GreenPrint. Susanne has been a member of the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Compact steering committee since its inception in 2009. She was recently selected for the 2012 ICMA Sustainable Communities Fellowship and is a member of the State of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Community Resiliency Focus Group.
Scott Wicker - Chief Sustainability Officer, UPS
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MODERATOR: Nancy Lee Hutchin - Senior Advisor, Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Transportation
Nancy Lee Hutchin, Senior Advisor in DOT’s OST, provides leadership in critical initiatives, including Sustainability, performance improvement projects, metrics, project management, and information security. She’s published 35 articles, participated in 6 international Program Committees, and given 40+ speeches. She was President, Executive Women’s Roundtable, in Washington DC (’05-’06) and on the Board for 5 years. Ms. Hutchin has received international recognition in juried biographical references (Biographee in 5 Marquise’s Who’s Who: Finance and Industry, American Women, World, Science and Engineering, America) and selected International Woman of the Year (’96–’97) for UK’s Cambridge International Dictionary of Biography.

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