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July 14th First Friday Lunch Networking Lunch - Registration

Friday, July 14, 2017, 11:30am-1:00pm CDT
Event format: 
In-Person / Local
Posted by Phillip Purpich
13210 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77079
United States

This month, we're moving the First Friday Networking Lunch to the second Friday of the month to avoid the holiday shuffle. Join us on July 14th when Mickey Reeves, Program Director at CH2M,  will lead us on a discussion about Why Networking is Still Relevant.

July's networking lunch will be held on FridayJuly 14th from 11:30AM - 1:00PM at the Café on the Lake in the Omni Hotel at Westside (13210 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77079).  The Café lunch menu ranges from $8 to $15, and the South Texas Section will subsidize this event by $5 per attendee.  

This is a networking event to bring together engineers who are seeking to improve their employment situation, with experienced industry management and professionals.  Everyone is welcome to attend!  

Mickey Reeves has been a member of AIChE for 39 years.  He started his AIChE activities with the student chapter at West Virginia Institute of Technology.  He is a member of the South Texas Section, and he has been an executive committee member, Secretary,  and was Section Chair in 1999.  He was the General Arrangements Chair for the Spring National Meeting in 2001, and  was the Section’s 2008 Distinguished Service awardee. 

Mickey is a Program Director for CH2M in Houston.  Prior to CH2M he worked for Jacobs Engineering for 18 years in various positions which included Managing Director – Jacobs Consultancy, Director – Process Engineering for the Jacobs Houston office, and a nearly four year assignment in the Middle East. Mickey has also worked for The Standard Oil Company, Texas City Refining, Inc., and Phibro Energy.   He moved from the refining industry to the consulting/engineering business at the urging of Ed Ekholm in 1996. 

Mickey received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from West Virginia Institute of Technology in 1978, and a Master of Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston in 1986. 

Register HERE!