Published: October 1, 2007
"Ethanol & Energy Security" presented by former CIA director James Woolsey
How secure is the nation’s energy future? What impact does the nation’s dependence on foreign oil have on the security of our homeland? What role do alternatives such as ethanol play in the future of energy?
The MIT Enterprise Forum presents R. James Woolsey, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, who will be addressing these and other such questions at the next MIT Enterprise Global Broadcast, October 24, at 4 p.m. The live broadcast will be held at Columbia Basin College’s Library, Room L-102 in Pasco.
Mr. Woolsey spent 12 years in government service, including two years as Director of the CIA. He is now the Vice President of Global Resilience for Booz Allen Hamilton, a global consulting firm in Virginia, where he advises companies on how to protect themselves from potential threats and vulnerabilities.
Register by October 23 with Alice Ettesvold or by calling 509-375-2068.
The MIT Enterprise Forum is a non-profit organization that promotes the formation and growth of innovative and technologically-oriented companies through a series of specialized executive education programs. Through these programs, the Forum provides networking, leadership opportunities, and life-long connections to MIT while showcasing MIT's role in entrepreneurship in communities around the world.
The MIT Enterprise Forum hosts three satellite broadcasts per year. These broadcasts feature presentations on technical entrepreneurship from members of the MIT community and other leaders involved in building technology-oriented companies. These programs are downlinked by Forum Chapters, Regional MIT Alumni/ae Clubs, and Sloan Clubs across the country and overseas.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Online broadcast from Atlanta, Georgia
Columbia Basin College, Library L-102
2600 North 20th Avenue