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RIMS Program Lineup 2016-2017

We've got a great schedule developing with engaging speakers, exciting partnerships, informative content, and fun networking opportunities for leading risk professionals!

Our event schedule is downloadable here and on the main RIMS calendar as well. This schedule will be updated regularly as details are announced. The version linked above was last updated on April 4, 2017.

 


Are you interested in learning about captives? Hawaii RIMS is sponsoring a session to learn more!

April 27 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle

"Flight Planning Your Captive" is being sponsored by Hawaii's RIMS Chapter, but it's right here in our own backyard, and it's free to attend!

Learn more here! To accommodate RIMS Washington members, the RSVP date has been extended to April 26.

 


Are you a "rising risk professional"? Don't miss the RIMS NeXtGen Forum!

June 4-5 in Austin, Texas

RIMS’ NeXtGen Forum 2017 is a can’t-miss educational and networking event for rising risk professionals. This event is designed to engage and educate rising risk professionals and help them take their careers to the next level. Learn more here

 

We're staying in touch with Constant Contact! 

To ensure you receive the chapter newsletter, please add office.rimswa@gmail.com to your contacts list.

Washington RIMS publishes a monthly newsletter using Constant Contact. You may have already seen it in our registration pages for events. As with any change there is risk in this process. If you have ideas to improve how we communicate with you, our members, please don't hesitate to reach out. You can contact Sean Catanese, Communications Director or any of our other chapter officers here.

 

Welcome our new and refreshed chapter officers!

The Washington State Chapter of RIMS has entered a new year! Our RIMS Chapter is on a fiscal year starting July 1st through June 30th. At this time of year, we begin a new budget cycle, set forth strategic and operational plans for the upcoming year and beyond, and announce our new officers. This year our Board’s planning retreat is an all-day meeting on Friday, July 22nd. Minutes of that meeting will be available to any members who are interested. 

We are excited to announce the results of the election of officers for the Washington State Chapter of RIMS for the 2016-2017 year: 

President:                            Shari Spung, University of Washington
Vice President 1:                 Anthony Spacciante, Starbucks
Vice President 2:                 Open
Treasurer:                            Sara Kern, Port of Seattle
Secretary:                            Tracy Elliott, Outerwall
Director, Programs:             Open
Director, Education:             Curtis Crosbie, Avanade
Director, Special Events:     Sezen Filiz, Avanade
Director, Communications:  Sean Catanese, King County
Director, Membership:         Vianney Muse, Port of Seattle
Director, Sponsorship:         Open
Director, Nominations:         Sheila Barker, City of Seattle
Director, Strategy:                Keith Mitchell, Snohomish County
RIMS Delegate:                   Keith Mitchell, Snohomish County

The Chapter also has a number of talented leaders who have stepped forward to be Chairs of committees working closely with the Directors. All of these leaders dedicate and donate their time and talents to the Chapter and represent you as members to the highest standards of our profession. As the Chapter’s President, I am proud to be associated with all of these leaders. 

We still have open leadership positions and always need volunteers! Please contact me or any of the officers if you are interested in learning more. 

Shari Spung
President

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