Would you like to be involved in planning EN2017, the 2017 Exchange Network National Meeting? EN2017 will be held May 16-18, 2017, in Philadelphia. As a member of the Exchange Network Community, you are invited to contribute your ideas and expertise to your next National Meeting by joining the EN2017 Program Committee! Committee members can expect to participate in approximately one conference call per month, assist with recruiting and organizing session moderators and presenters, and moderate one or more EN2017 sessions. To volunteer, please email Greg McNelly at gmcnelly [at] ecos.org by October 14, 2016, and help us make EN2017 the best National Meeting yet!
Also, if you would like to deliver a presentation at EN2017, we would love to hear from you! The theme for the 2017 National Meeting is Innovation and Partnership. During the Meeting, we will be exploring examples of:
- How innovation can cross Federal, State, Territorial, and Tribal boundaries;
- How working creatively together as Partners can identify innovative solutions;
- How Partnerships are the new “best practice;” and
- How we can all employ innovation in our daily work.
If you are interested in presenting or organizing a session, please email a concise, 3-5 sentence description of your proposed presentation and/or session topic for the Program Committee’s consideration to Greg McNelly at gmcnelly [at] ecos.org by December 1, 2016.
Complete instructions and key dates for all EN2017 Presenters are available at http://www.exchangenetwork.
For all the latest information about EN2017, please visit http://www.exchangenetwork.
net/en2017, subscribe to EN Alerts, and follow @Ex_Network on Twitter (#EN2017).
Connie Dwyer, EN2017 Tri-Chair
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
E: dwyer.connie [at] epa.gov
Frank Harjo, EN2017 Tri-Chair
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
E: fharjo [at] mcn-nsn.gov
Victoria Phillips, EN2017 Tri-Chair
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
E: victoria.phillips [at] state.ma.us