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SEA Alumni Networking Event
Thursday, October 19, 2017
The Players Club 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
 
16 Gramercy Park South in New York City
Please join us for the first SEA professional networking event to establish connections in the field of Environmental Studies and Science and features alumni speakers in the research, management and regulation fields.

The event is free.

Bring questions, resume and your business cards!

Please visit the Players Club website for more information about the venue.  The Players Club dress code is business casual (no shorts, sneakers, t-shirts, ripped jeans).

Space is limited to 50 attendees, so register today!

A special thank you to John Cahill, W-98 & SEA Overseer, for donation of the event venue and to Hal Rose, W-38 & SEA Overseer, and Jessica McGlinchey, S-254 & NYC Regional Alumni Leader, for helping organize the evening.

Questions?  Please contact Victoria Smith, SEA Alumni Relations, vsmith@sea.edu or 508.444.1912.


  Featured Alumni Speakers
Caleb McClennen, W-114 & SEA Overseer

Wildlife Conservation Society, Vice President, Global Conservation
Caleb leads WCS’s cross-cutting strategies designed to mitigate global drivers of environmental decline. This portfolio includes WCS’s programs for the oceans and fisheries, climate mitigation and adaptation, livelihoods, and markets. Caleb also provides overall strategic leadership and representation for WCS’s organizational efforts to build multi-institutional partnerships with NGOs, corporations, and the philanthropic sector to heighten our impact beyond the footprint of WCS’s 3,000+ staff in 60 countries worldwide. Caleb also holds appointments as Adjunct Faculty at Columbia University’s School of Public and International Affairs, and the Earth Institute Center for Environment and Sustainability; and serves as an overseer of the Woods Hole Sea Education Association, and an advisor the New England Aquarium Marine Conservation Action Fund. Complete bio.

Christopher Kriegner, S-184

OBG, Managing Scientist – Natural Resources & Restoration
Mr. Kriegner is a managing scientist in the firm’s Natural Resources and Restoration practice, where he is charged with leading high performance teams in risk assessment and exposure analysis, biological/ecological studies, and natural resource consulting. Mr. Kriegner is also responsible for both business and talent management, ensuring sustainable financial performance, employee career development, and client satisfaction.  He supports strategic business planning and decisions and is an integral component of the firm’s Watershed/Coastal Science & Engineering practice, which is focused on resiliency near water.  Mr. Kriegner is a Certified Ecologist and Project Management Professional and holds a USCG OUPV license. Specialties: Ecology, wetlands, forest conservation, land use permitting, ecological and human health risk assessment, environmental compliance and remediation, maritime operations.
Sarah Kettenmann, S-197 & C-230 Plastics @SEA


Beveridge & Diamond, Associate Environmental Lawyer
As an associate at Beveridge & Diamond, Sarah maintains a diverse environmental practice, which has included complex products liability and toxic tort litigation involving groundwater and soil contamination and regulatory enforcement actions, advocacy, and counseling under the federal Toxic Substances Control Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Act. At Yale University, Sarah wrote her master's project on international legal frameworks for recovering electronic waste and also conducted field research on the impact of a proposed biofuels production plant in south Hawaii Island. Complete bio.
Danielle Tommaso, C-198
US Army Corps of Engineers, Planner
Danielle is a lead planner at the Army Corps New York District, where she manages large scale coastal protection, flood management, and ecosystem restoration studies in support of the Federal response to Hurricane Sandy. Working with Federal, state, and local partners, she leads multidisciplinary teams to develop strategies that will contribute to community and ecological resilience in New York City, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, and northern New Jersey. Prior to joining the New York District, Danielle supported the Army Corps Hurricane Katrina recovery mission in Louisiana. Her work included leading environmental investigations for the New Orleans hurricane protection system, and managing coastal protection and ecosystem restoration studies.


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