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Women in Cleantech: Creating Environmental Impact

Broads Circle

Thursday, June 3, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)

Women in Cleantech: Creating Environmental Impact

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You are cordially invited to the Broads Circle
Co-ed Cocktail Event on Thursday, June 3rd:

 Women in Cleantech

 Creating Environmental Impact Through Investment,
Enterprise Growth, Regulation and Legislation

 

clean and green

Panelists:

SENATOR FRAN PAVLEY
23rd State Senate District, CA

CINDY ARONBERG
Deputy State Controller for the Environment and Housing, CA

DIANA SCHULZ
Chief Executive Officer, Cyber-Rain

JAIME NACK
President, Three Squares Inc.

Moderator:

FRAN SEEGULL
Venture Partner, Funk Ventures;
Senior Fellow, Society & Business Lab, Marshall School of Business, USC

 


 

Speaker Bios

Senator Fran PavleySENATOR FRAN PAVLEY

23rd State Senate District, California

Senator Fran Pavley represents the 23rd State Senate District, which encompasses portions of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. The people of Fran's district care deeply about protecting the natural beauty, environmental health, and livability of California, and she has been a longtime leader for this cause. While serving in the State Assembly, Fran authored landmark laws to combat climate change by capping greenhouse gas emissions in California. Those laws, AB 32 and AB 1493, have become models for other states and nations.

Along with energy, clean air, and water, Senator Pavley is using her time in the Senate to focus on consumer protection, education, health and transportation. In addition to serving as Chair of the Natural Resources and Water committee, she was appointed to serve on the following Senate committees: Health, Environmental Quality, and Transportation & Housing.

Fran is also serving as the Chair of the Select Committee on the Implementation of AB 32. The committee is providing legislative oversight on a broad range of issues related to climate policy. She sees the requirements of AB 32 as an opportunity to foster innovation and green jobs -- the most promising engines to start the new economy. She seeks to create a clean, safe, secure energy future for California and the United States.

Cindy AronbergCINDY ARONBERG
Deputy State Controller for the Environment and Housing, California

Aronberg is designated to represent the State Controller on a number of statewide boards and commissions, including the State Lands Commission, the California Ocean Protection Council, the California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority and CalPERS and CalSTRS with respect to clean technology investments, and the California Tax Credit and Debt Limit Allocation Committees, which finance affordable housing and other projects. She works closely with the Investors Network for Climate Risk, a $9.8 trillion group of investors focused on climate change. 

Aronberg, a graduate of USC Law School, practiced business and appellate litigation before joining the Controller’s Office. She served as a judge pro tem in the Superior Court and on the boards of several non-profit organizations, and has twice carried the Olympic torch. 

 

Diana SchulzDIANA SCHULZ
CEO, Cyber-Rain

Diana Schulz joined Cyber-Rain in September 2008 and has overseen the launch of the commercial product line, expansion into the wholesale market and the doubling of sales. While at Cyber-Rain, she has been recognized as one of America’s Most Promising Socially Conscious Entrepreneurs by Business Week and a leading CleanTech CEO by Women Entrepreneur.

She was previously CEO of the venture-backed Joann.com e-commerce site, where she grew revenues 40% and negotiated a successful exit. Prior experience includes heading Corporate Development and Strategic Planning at Universal Studios and consulting at McKinsey & Company. She received her MBA from Stanford University. 

 

Jaime NackJAIME NACK
President, Three Squares Inc.

Jaime Nack is the President of Three Squares Inc., a cutting edge sustainability consulting firm specializing in producing environmentally sustainable high profile events and offering effective marketing and communications services. Ms. Nack was contracted as Director of Sustainability and Greening Operations for the 2008 Democratic National Convention, marking the first time in DNC history where measures were taken to reduce the environmental impact of the event on the host city. The greening effort was unprecedented in scale and has evolved into an industry case study for best practices in event greening.

Ms. Nack has a Master's degree in Public Policy/International Trade from UCLA, where she also earned her B.A. in International Economics with a minor in Urban Planning. She serves as the Vice-Chair of the APEX/GMIC Green Meetings & Events Practices Transportation Committee establishing national green meeting standards. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Westside Special Olympics.


 

AGENDA

5:30-6:30 pm  Networking and cocktails
6:30-7:30 pm  Introductions and Lessons from the Field: Darya Allen-Attar
 Panel presentations
7:30-7:45 pm  Q&A and Closing Comments
7:45-9:30 pm  Private Members Dinner to follow cocktail event (by invitation only)

 

REGISTRATION

This event is by invitation only and guaranteed seating is limited to the first 100 guests who confirm registration by purchasing an event ticket above.

  • Event Date: Thursday, June 3, 2010 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Event Location: Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles, CA
  • Event Fee: $60 regular admission per person when paying online.

    There will be no at-the-door tickets issued for this event. If you plan to attend, you MUST register by purchasing a ticket above.

Registration by Invitation - Please print out your confirmation of registration and bring it with you to the event. If you do not have your confirmation, or are not on the list of registered attendees, you must pay at the door.

 

Questions or problems with registration?  Contact kim@broadscircle.com for assistance.

There will be no refunds issued for this event.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership in Broads Circle is by application and approval ONLY.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please submit your request including your full contact information to  
kim@broadscircle.com.


 

Broads Circle Partners: 

DARYA ALLEN-ATTAR, Financial Advisor, Founder and Chairman

CHERYL A. CALHOUN
Director, CBIZ Accounting, Tax & Advisory Services, LLC

JOY CHUDACOFF, Founder, Smart Women Smart Solutions
Coaching and Consulting Services for Women

FAY FEENEY, CSP, ARM
CEO, Risk for Good

CAROL GEFFNER, PhD
CEO, ArpegioHealth, LLC

DANA GOLDINGER, J.D.
The Dana Goldinger Group

CHRISTINE HAGEMANN
Vice President, Finance, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, LLC

SHARONA JUSTMAN
Managing Director, STEP Strategy Advisors

NEDA RAZAVI
Marketing Manager, BioTherapeutics Analytics, Baxter Bioscience

WENDY J. SERETAN, CPA
Contract/Interim/Permanent CFO

JOCELYN TETEL
Vice President Advancement, Skirball Cultural Center

TRACY OLMSTEAD WILLIAMS, President & CEO
Olmstead Williams Communications, Inc.
 

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Hyatt Regency Century Plaza
2025 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Thursday, June 3, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)


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