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June 2017 "TMN" Top Management Night- Aerospace
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Keynote Speaker: Arturo Machuca, General Manager, Ellington Airport & Houston Spaceport

 Export to Your Calendar 6/22/2017
When: Thursday, June 22, 2017
5:30-8:00 PM
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The Hess Club
5430 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, Texas  77056
United States
Presenter: Arturo Machuca, General Manager, Ellington Airport & Houston Spaceport
Contact: Director of Programs


Online registration is available until: 6/22/2017
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Top Management Night 2017 

Join Us for the 2017-2018 Board Inductions & a Ceremony Recognizing Newly APICS Certified Individuals in CPIM, CSCP, CLTD Certifications

TMN "Top Management Night" is a special annual event where we recognize the outstanding contributions of companies, volunteers, and members:

  • Company of the Year
  • Volunteer of the Year
  • Education Partner of the Year
  • Instructor of the Year
  • Newly Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) Professionals
  • Newly Certified Supply Chain Professionals (CSCP) 
  • Newly Certified in Logistics, Transportation, & Distribution (CLTD)

 

Presentation Title:  Challenges and Opportunities in the Aerospace Industry

Presentation Topic: As the Oil and Gas Industry continues to shrink, individuals and corporations must diversify and look for other alternatives to employment and business.

The Aerospace Industry is growing but it also faces challenges. Join us to for a conversation with senior leaders and experts in the aerospace industry and together explore the challenges and opportunities that this industry offers to us.

This will be an exciting opportunity to network with peers and learn about this exciting industry.

Additional details coming soon!!!

About our panelists:

 

Arturo Machuca, General Manager, Ellington Airport & Houston Spaceport

Ryan Prouty, Manager of the International Space Station Mission Integration Office

Ryan L. Prouty is the manager of the Mission Integration and Operations Office for the International Space Station Program. She leads the organization that defines the launch sequence of all vehicles to the international orbiting laboratory, what science experiments and supplies will fill those vehicles, and what the crew will accomplish with those supplies and throughout their stay onboard. Up until the Fall of 2015, she worked directly for the Program Manager leading the effort to reengineer the ISS program in order for it to better meet its vision of enabling science discovery and fostering commercial enterprise in space. The initiative, Revolutionize ISS for Science and Exploration, is a monumental culture change initiative, the likes of which rarely if ever occurs in a government agency. She initiated a paradigm shift for the people in the program from values and norms required for building a space vehicle, to values and norms required to enable science discovery and viable commerce in Low Earth orbit. Prior to this position, she led multiple teams of highly skilled mid-level managers: one that directed failure recovery activities for onboard vehicle system failures through the completion of the shuttle program and assembly of the station and another that managed research integration activities for the ISS science compliment. Through her career, she has been awarded the NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal as well as two Exceptional Achievement Medals, two highly regarded awards in the Agency; in addition to a Silver Snoopy and two Space Flight Achievements for individual and team accomplishments. She began her career in 1997 as a Communications and Tracking Officer where she logged thousands of hours as the sole operator monitoring ISS performance on orbit. She holds a BS in mathematics from the University of Wyoming; the same state where she was raised. She is often asked what prompted her to move from such beautiful country to Houston, TX; her only response is the passion to be part of something greater than herself. The only thing that can compare to living in Wyoming is one day discovering a cure or developing a technology to improve life for all humanity on or off our planet.

Meeting Agenda
5:15 PM – 6:00 PM Check-In 
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Dinner + Presentation + Award Recognitions + Chapter Announcements
8:00 PM – Meeting Adjourns

Event Cost                       By June 16                   After June 16

Houston Chapter Members        $25.00                                $35.00
Student Chapter Members         $10.00                                $20.00
Non-Members                            $30.00                                $40.00

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