WISTA at Seattle Maritime Academy: Sept. 23

press release
Thursday, September 08, 2011

Women’s Maritime Shipping Group Meets at Seattle Maritime Academy: Sept. 23; WISTA USA Pacific Northwest Visits Training Vessel E.L. Bartlett.

The Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) USA Pacific Northwest Chapter is gathering aboard Seattle Maritime Academy’s Training Vessel, E.L. Bartlett, on Sept. 23 at 3:00 p.m. Following a presentation on the academy’s programs and graduate placement, the WISTA USA Pacific Northwest Chapter will convene its quarterly business meeting. All are welcome. To RSVP or to learn more about the WISTA USA Pacific Northwest Chapter contact Raina Clark at (360) 393-2522 or raina@rainaoclark.com, or Katharine Sweeney at captsweeney@compliancemaritime.com or 206-755-3254.

WISTA is an international organization committed to promoting women in management positions in maritime transportation businesses and related trades. The Pacific Northwest group is a new chapter encompassing Oregon, Washington and Alaska. WISTA USA includes over 240 maritime professionals from 20 states. Visit http://wista.net/ for more information about the global organization.

 

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