2006 CEWD Summit

Agenda | Participants

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Welcome & Opening Plenary (8:00 - 10:00 AM)

  Welcome Slides

State of the Energy Workforce
    Tom Kuhn, President, Edison Electric Institute (Bio & Contact)


 CEWD Overview
    Penny Manuel, Gulf Power Company (Bio & Contact)

Get Into Energy Demonstration
    Wes Cruver, Kidz Online (Bio & Contact)

Education Panel (10:30 AM - 12:00 PM)

Model Processes and Funding for High School, Community College, Skill Center programs including the Labor perspective

  Powerpoint Slides

  Labor Perspective

Moderator, Jan Bray, ACTE (Bio & Contact)


High School - Sandy Mittelsteadt , Career Academy Expert (Bio & Contact)

Community College - Barbara Hins-Turner , Centralia College (Bio & Contact)

Skill Center - Tom Applegate , ACTE (Bio & Contact)

Labor Perspective - Jim Hunter , IBEW (Bio & Contact)

Guest Speaker: Ann Bisconti (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM)

  Branding - "You Have to Get Their Attention First"
    Ann Bisconti, Bisconti Research (Bio & Contact)

Welcome & Community Involvement Panel (8:30 - 10:15 AM)

Welcome
    Carol Berrigan, Nuclear Energy Institute

Community Involvement Panel

  Powerpoint Slides

    Moderated by Jo Winger De Rondon , EPCE / CAEL (Bio & Contact)


    Utility Perspective - Chris Rolfe , Duke Energy (Bio & Contact)

    Workforce Board Perspective - Andra Cornelius , Work Force Florida (Bio & Contact)

    Education Perspective - Stan Shoun , Central Virginia Community College (Bio & Contact)

Guest Speaker: Exelon (11:30 - 12:15 PM)

Closing speaker
    Industry Solution - Regional Implementation

      Diana Sorfleet, Exelon