Feb
19
2020

Come join us to learn what it’s like to work in a rocket engineering organization. We will be joined by three women from Blue Origin:

Courtney Schmitt

Courtney Schmitt – Avionics Engineer

OraLynn

OraLynn Reeves – Program Manager

Marina Gillett

Marina Gillett – Quality Specialist

Oralynn will cover managing engineering projects and programs. Courtney will do a brief technical talk on robotics and engineering. Marina will discuss empowering women in male-dominant fields.

Schedule

Monthly meetings are open to everyone, members and non-members, free of charge. No RSVP required. All genders welcomed. Refreshments available. For more information, please click here.

6:00pm – 6:30pm – Networking and Refreshments

6:30pm – 7:30pm – Introductions and Presentation

7:30pm – 8:00pm – Networking

6pm - 8pm at

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Thomas Building, Sze Conference Room

Mar
19
2020

Join Kim Parsons, PhD, to learn more about her work orca pod genetics.

Kim Parsons, PhD

Kim Parsons, PhD

Kim Parsons, PhD is a Research Geneticist at Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries. Kim has expertise in developing and applying molecular genetic tools to address ecological questions in the study of marine mammal conservation and management. Her work spans multiple groups including collaborative studies with governmental agencies, non-profit and NGOs globally. Kims work addresses questions of both local and international relevance, contributing to our understanding of the evolutionary history and current status of cetacean populations, and helping to mitigate human impacts.


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Schedule

6:00pm – 6:30pm – Networking and Refreshments

6:30pm – 7:30pm – Introductions and Presentation

7:30pm – 8:00pm – Networking

6pm - 8pm at

Pelton Auditorium, Fred Hutch

Orca Pod Genetics

Join Kim Parsons, PhD, to learn more about her work orca pod genetics.

Kim Parsons, PhD is a Research Geneticist at Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries. Kim has expertise in developing and applying molecular genetic tools to address ecological questions in the study of marine mammal conservation and management. Her work spans multiple groups including collaborative studies with governmental agencies, non-profit and NGOs globally. Kims work addresses questions of both local and international relevance, contributing to our understanding of the evolutionary history and current status of cetacean populations, and helping to mitigate human impacts.