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Calgary April Dinner Event

Date:   Apr 18, 2018
Time:   5:30 PM
Location:   Calgary Petroleum Club
319 - 5th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB

Topic: The Art of Networking (HR Panel)

Get your career in gear! Successful career development is a life-long process and whether you are thinking of switching jobs, planning your next step or looking for your first job in supply chain - this is the event for you. 

Last date of Registration: Friday, April 13, 2018 12:00 pm  


5:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM
Guest Speakers: 7:00 - 7:45 pm
Speed Networking: 7:45 - 9:00pm 

Member $40 + GST
Non-Member $70 + GST
There will be no registrations at the door. 
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Continuous Professional Development Points:   2 points 



Sean Baker

Lock Search Group

Trends in HR and how supply chain professionals can transition into jobs in the various sectors

Every so often you find someone that has incredible enthusiasm for what they do.  After graduating from Business Administration in Windsor, Ontario, Baker went on to spend thirteen years working in industry for several asset-based trucking companies and 3PL’s. His appreciation of logistics and distribution comes from his absolute passion of the sector.  Beyond transportation his knowledge and grasp of operations and manufacturing is rooted in over 18 years of attending educational events and industry specific learning through the activities of several supply chain associations.  Baker’s expertise has allowed him to truly respect and understand both the candidates he works with and the clients he works for.  Outside of his many hours at work, Sean continues to be a highly recognizable member of the supply chain community speaking at industry events across North America and through active involvement in supply chain associations and schools. Since 2012 Baker has been a dedicated Operations, Supply Chain and Logistics recruiter for Lock Search Group in Calgary, Alberta.  He is also a member of SCMA Alberta and is the Past President of the Calgary Transportation Club.  His occupation is Recruiter, his livelihood is Supply Chain.

Trina Casey-Myatt, BComm

Robert Half International   

Adapting Your profession to new industries

Trina Casey-Myatt is the Metro Market Manager for the Calgary office of Robert Half.  She has held various leadership positions with Robert Half over her 14 years with the company.  Trina has been active in the recruitment industry in Calgary for 20 years.  She has been instrumental in building and maintaining key relationships with many of Robert Half’s top accounts.  Through her dedication to service excellence, Trina holds her team accountable to ensuring that processes are upheld to the highest degree.  She takes a keen interest in developing a relationship with all clients interacting with Robert Half.

Her consistency in processes and the ability to identify opportunities has positioned Robert Half Calgary in an enviable position in the market place.  Trina continues to grow and develop the footprint that her team is making by providing exceptional service to both clients and candidates. 

Trina is also actively involved with several of the associations that Robert Half is partnered with – CPA Calgary, Credit Institute of Canada, Calgary Chapter, and the Calgary Supply Chain Logistics Council.  Because of Trina’s knowledge of the marketplace, she is often asked to speak at various conferences and secondary education institutions.

Trina has lived in Calgary for 20 years with her husband, and two children.  She is most often found outside the office either cheering her son playing hockey or watching her daughter pursue her equine passions. 

D J Peter Fenwick, BSc, MBA, CHE - Healthcare

Alberta Council of Technologies 

Overcoming challenges, then, now and tomorrow in career management

Peter is an engineer and business development professional whose career is dedicated to innovation and commercialization. He is known for going into organizations as a corporate entrepreneur to redesign business models. Results have yielded top line growth, building new teams, creating spin-offs, and strengthening existing teams. Experienced in senior and executive positions across Canada and in international markets, inside start-ups and large multi-national brands, and inside health care delivery. Currently investing his time, talents and money with several entrepreneurs, most driven by social impact, all playing at the intersection of where technology and smart people solve complex problem . An Alberta A100 member, RainForest AB Ecosystem Builder, Certified Health Executive, and Board Member Alberta Council of Technologies.

Jesse Hahn, BSc

Insights into the Hemp Supply Chain

Mr. Jesse Hahn is a Professional Agrologist with the Alberta Institute of Agrologists and holds a BSc in Environmental Science with a focus on Environmental Economics & Policy. He brings over a decade of experience in agrology, waste management, remediation and a passion for business development in emerging agriculture and technology industries.

Jason Switzer, MBA

Alberta Clean Technology Industry Alliance (ACTia)

Trends in Clean Technology and how supply chain professionals can transition into jobs in that sector

Jason Switzer joined Pembina in April 2011, after nearly a decade in international development and corporate environmental management with positions including environmental excellence advisor at Cenovus Energy Inc. and senior greenhouse gas engineer at Shell Canada Oil Sands.  His areas of expertise are in business-ENGO partnering, environmental labels, management systems and certification/assurance, carbon management, reporting and strategy, offset design and deal-making, consensus building process design and facilitation, and conflict sensitive resource development.  In his previous role at the Pembina Institute, he co-led the national consulting team, through which he managed multi-stakeholder processes for clients including Shell, TOTAL, Suncor, the shale gas sector and its stakeholders, and the Canadian Hydropower Association. Jason holds master's degrees in environmental engineering and in public policy from MIT and is a Harvard-trained environmental mediator, an alumnus of Leadership Calgary, and a fellow at the World Commission on Dams.  

If you have any questions or concerns please contact, Debbie Grant at (780) 944-0355 ext. 228


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