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    Meeting Presentations

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    Forces of Change Assessment PowerPoint Presentations

     

    Environmental Forces of Change 09-11-12

     

    1. Fernando Costa, Assistant City Manager, City of Fort Worth

    2. Chris Klaus, Senior Program Manager, Air Quality Planning & Operations, North Central Texas Council of Governments

    3. Mark Olson, Conservation and Creative Manager, Tarrant Regional Water District

    4. The Honorable Ken Shetter, Executive Director, Safe City Commission

     

    Social Forces of Change 09-12-12

    1. Dr. Christopher T. Ray, Associate Professor; Director, Center for Healthy Living & Longevity, College of Education and Health Professions, University of Texas at Arlington

    2. Dr. Richard Kurz, Dean, School of Public Health, University of North Texas Health Science Center

     

    Economic Forces of Change 10-17-12

    1. Dr. Barbara Becker, Dean, School of Urban and Public Affairs, University of Texas at Arlington

    2. Dr. Roger Meiners, Chairman, Department of Economics, College of Business, University of Texas at Arlington

    3. Barclay Berdan, Chief Operating Officer and Senior Executive Vice President, Texas Health Resources

     

    Technological Forces of Change 10-31-12

    1. Andrew Chavez, Director of Digital Media, Schieffer School of Journalism Texas Christian University

    2. Dean Lampman, Regional Surveillance Coordinator, Southwest Center for Advanced Health Practice, Tarrant County Public Health

    3. Patrick Miller, Registrar and Director of Enrollment Management, Texas Christian University

     


    The September 12, 2012, meeting at Tarrant County Public Health featured a Forces of Change Assessment focusing on Social Forces of Change. Participants were able to use their cell phones to rank the forces, threats and opportunities of the information discussed during the presentation.

    Polling Meeting