PLEASE NOTE: ONGOING VIRTUAL MEETINGS ARE
IN PROGRESS NOW THROUGH FEBRUARY 2021
IN ADVANCE OF THE START
OF THE FOLLOWING IN-PERSON 2021 SESSIONS:
March 15-16, 2021 in Seattle
May 3-4, 2021 in Portland
June 14-15, 2021 in Seattle
August 9-10, 2021 in Portland
September 20-21, 2021 in Seattle
November 8-9, 2021 in Portland
In addition to current 2020 RLF participants moving to 2021 forums, new RLF registrations are also being accepted for anyone wishing to join the added-value combination of 2020 virtual meetings plus 2021 in-person sessions.
PLEASE CONTACT LISA HARPER AT firstname.lastname@example.org FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Fred Pond has more than 40 years of experience in business and technology in the Pacific Northwest, with 25 years managing teams and technology as CIO for SSA Marine/Tideworks Technology, The Schnitzer Group of Companies, North Pacific Group and Co-lumbia Sportswear. He has also participated and led advisory boards including the Port-land SIM chapter, the CIO Forum of the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO), Quest JD Edwards Global User Group, and the Operations and Technology major at the Pamplin School of Business at the University of Portland. He continues to be actively involved with business and technology through his work on advisory boards and consulting.
Butch Leonardson has 30 years of experience in IT, ranging from strategic consulting and large-scale systems implementation to senior leadership positions at Accenture, Seattle’s Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, and BECU – where for 15 years he was SVP and CIO. He has served as Chair of the Board of Regents for his alma mater – Seattle University – and has been involved with the Albers School of Business and the Center for Leadership Formation Advisory Board. He is a past Board Member at Franciscan Highline Medical Center and the Technology Advisory Council for the Seattle Foundation. He is also an appointed member of the Washington State Governor’s Technology Services Board.
Sessions 1, 3 and 5 will be held at the Washington Athletic Club, located in downtown Seattle on 6th Avenue. Sessions 2, 4, and 6 will be held at the Portland World Trade Center meeting facility near the waterfront.
Many organizations are investing in their future by selecting high-potential employees to absorb the life-changing capabilities of the Pacific Northwest RLF experience. Current and recent sponsors of the Pacific Northwest RLF program include:
· Aetna, Inc.
· Columbia Sportswear
· Kaiser Permanente
· King County
· Nintendo of America Inc.
· Northwest Natural
· Pacific Seafood
· Portland General Electric
· Puget Sound Energy
· Snohomish County PUD
· Standard Insurance
· Tacoma Public Utilities
· Tideworks Technology / SSA International
· Travelers Insurance Inc.