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12:45 – 1:15: Registration
1:15 – 1:25: Welcome (Sherri Loveland)
Opening Prayer (Rev. Slettom)
1:25 – 1:40: Rev. Dr. Slettom
1:40 – 2:25: Chris Roth
2:25 – 2:35: Break
2:35 – 3:10: Alexandra Nagy
3:10 – 3:55: Q & A
3:55 – 4:00: Closing Prayer (Rev. Susan Chamberlain)
Alexandra Nagy, Food & Water Watch: The State of Fracking in California
Alexandra Nagy is the Southern California Organizer at the Los Angeles branch of Food & Water Watch. She works within Los Angeles and greater Southern California region to advocate for consumer health issues, namely food safety, the human right to water, and a statewide ban on fracking. Her work in 2013 will focus on building coalitions to create substantial political power to pass a fracking Ban Bill in California. Alex holds a degree in Political Science and Urban Planning from the University of California, Irvine. While at UC Irvine, Alex created a sustainability program for dining services, and developed the campus' first student-led, community garden, Ants in Your Plants.
Chris Roth, Climate Reality Project Climate Crisis: An Opportunity for Change"
From his early days on a family farm in western Kansas, Chris has always had a strong connection to the natural environment. Bent on exploring life outside the Kansas plains, Chris launched his career in the technology sector, where he spent more than two decades working with clients across North America, Europe and Asia.
In returning to his passion for nature, Chris combined his expertise in business with his obsession for sustainability to guide young entrepreneurs in transforming their environmental and social ideas into sustainable businesses. More recently, Chris has focused his energies on developing new opportunities in renewable energy and technology.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas and a MBA in Entrepreneurial Business & Finance from the University of San Diego. When he's not busy with his next sustainable venture, you'll find Chris trekking around the California mountains and kayaking on the Pacific.
Rev. Dr. Jeanyne Slettom: "Our Sacred Responsibility to Care for Creation"
Rev. Dr. Jeanyne Slettom is a pastor at Brea Congregational United Church of Christ. She has a B.A. from Macalester College (MN), an M.Div from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities (MN) and a PhD from Claremont Graduate University, where she studied process theology with Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki. She is contributes articles and editsCreative Transformation for Process & Faith, a resource organization for faith communities focusing on process theology. She writes liturgies and has a special interest in worship music.
This is an indoor event - no canopy required. Exhibitor registration fee includes 1 6' table and 2 chairs.
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Exhibit fee does not include entrance to the symposium. Please register for the symposium seperately.
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101 E Valencia Mesa Dr
Fullerton, CA 92835
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