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VMS Thursday Webinar Series: Climate Change and the Effects on Health

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This webinar will be presented by Dan Quinlan M.B.A, M.S.

Dan is an independent consultant and also works in non-profit management. He has worked with hospital executive teams across New England on capital investment programs centered on energy efficiency and renewable energy. Dan has also advised health care and other organizations with their fossil fuel divestment strategies. He also helps manage a Vermont non-profit that designs and runs clinician well-being programs in hospitals across the country. His professional life has spanned the for-profit and non-profit sectors, working in business development, management, finance, and R&D. Dan’s educational training includes a BSEE (University of New Hampshire), a MS-Physics (Pennsylvania State University) and a MBA (Columbia University).

​“Early in my career, I was a research scientist at Bell Laboratories – where a talk about rising global temperatures was my introduction to climate change. At the time, few people in the audience appreciated the implications of that talk – what it meant for the planet and for humanity. In recent years, that has hit me full force as I became immersed in a wide range of climate change and clean energy projects.”

The webinar is FREE of charge for VMS Members, $30 for non-members.

Please register via EventBrite; VMS staff will then forward log-in instructions to your email in advance of the webinar.

If you have any questions about registration or the webinar itself, feel free to contact Michelle Hogan at mhogan@vtmd.org or by calling 802-223-7898.


The University of Vermont designated this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

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