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Green Chemistry Event

DATE: Thursday, November 12, 2009
TIME: 5:30‐6:00 registration & light refreshments
        6:00‐7:30 facility tour & presentation

Green Chemistry Event Flyer
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Green Chemistry: Chemical Solutions to Global Problems

Why do we have hazardous chemicals and pollution in our society? Green Chemistry is a new field that is addressing this question by training scientists to design products and processes in a more environmentally benign manner.

These scientists can have the greatest impact on preventing pollution by avoiding it before it even begins. Learn about this new field and how companies, governments, communities and educators are working together towards a sustainable future.

Speaker: Amy Cannon, Co‐Founder & Executive Director

Cost: $20 (members), $30 (non‐members)


Beyond Benign
100 Research Drive
Wilmington, MA 01887


RSVP: You can register by sending an email to Johanna Jobin at or register online by clicking the button below:

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Habitat for Humanity
Public Service Event

DATE: Friday, October 16, 2009
TIME: 12:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Oct. 2009 Event Flyer -- Click to download
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October Volunteer Event

This house is being built to the U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Efficiency (LEED®) standards. They are planning to have a family in by Thanksgiving.

Members can visit for more information.

Information about this project is here:

COST: Since this is volunteer work, there is no cost. However, we are recommending a small donation and we will provide a total donation on behalf of SWEP. 100% of the proceeds go towards building the house.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell
Bedford House
130 North Road
Bedford, MA 01730

DIRECTIONS: Link to GoogleMaps

RSVP: Danielle Gray at by October 14.

Space is limited to 20 volunteers.

Joint Event

Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Time: 5:30-7:30 (registration, reception and networking)

Cost: $20 per person (event is restricted to over-21 only)

Oct. 2009 Event Flyer -- Click to download
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Joint SWEP-MA and NEWIEE Networking Event

Join us for a joint networking event between SWEP (Society for Women Environmental Professionals) and NEWIEE (New England Women in Energy & the Environment). Experience the featured art exhibit while enjoying appetizers and a selection of wines.

RSVP: Please RSVP to Johanna Jobin at

63 Summer Street
Maynard, MA 01754

Click for Directions to ArtSpace-Maynard Gallery

ArtSpace Maynard
The ArtSpace-Maynard Gallery is one of the premier, mid-sized, nonprofit exhibition spaces in New England, presenting new and important contemporary art from local and regional artists.

People, Planet, Profit: Why Transparency in Environmental and Sustainability Communications is More Important than Ever and How to Achieve It

DATE: Wednesday, September 16, 2009
TIME: 5:30 – 6:30 Networking and Reception
6:30 – 7:30 Presentation followed by Q&A and Discussion


We’ll look at trends in sustainability communications, including the principles, benefits, and best practices, with an emphasis on practical tips, tools, and real-life examples of what works—and what doesn’t. Our speaker, Michelle Bernhart, will also share some of the most popular standards and resources for communicating effectively with customers, regulators, the media, and the public on environmental and social issues.

Cost: $20 Member/$30 Non Member
Student Cost (with valid student ID): free

Michelle BernhartFeatured speaker: Michelle Bernhart is president of True Blue Communications LLC, a nationally certified women’s business enterprise that helps organizations strengthen environmental and social responsibility performance, achieve strategic objectives, enhance brand, and manage risk through credible and engaging communications.


Location: Millipore Bedford Facility
80 Ashby Road, Bedford, MA 01730


Second of Four Events:

EBC Regional DEP Program Series: DEP Commissioner Burt and DEP Southeast Regional Office Leadership

Keynote Speaker:
Laurie Burt
Laurie Burt, Commissioner
Department of Environmental Protection
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Tuesday, June 30, 2009
7:30 AM - 10:30 AM


More information and Agenda:
Download the agenda [PDF]

SWEP will be co-hosting the second of four regional meetings with Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Laurie Burt.

This EBC program has been set up to provide attendees with the opportunity to hear firsthand about the top priorities of the DEP from Commissioner Burt. And with much of the DEP decision making taking place at the regional level, at this meeting attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from the decision makers in the DEP Southeast Regional Office. Plan to attend this EBC morning program to learn about key DEP issues, priorities and challenges facing the agency that can impact your company's operations.


  • David Johnston, Acting Regional Director, Southeast Regional Office
  • Jonathan Hobill, Deputy Regional Director Bureau of Resource Protection
  • Laurel Carlson, Deputy Regional Director Bureau of Waste Prevention
  • Millie Garcia-Serrano, Deputy Regional Director Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup
  • Mark Sylvia, Director of the Green Communities Division, DOER

Registration fees:

  • EBC/Co-host Members $35*
  • Non Member Company $55*
  • Government $25*
  • Job Seakers $25 (5 available)
  • Young Environmental Professional $25 (5 available for members only) Individuals who have worked in their field for less than ten years are considered Young Environmental Professionals.

Advanced Technology & Manufacturing Center
UMass Dartmouth
151 Martine Street
Fall River, MA 027238

Driving directions: Available on Umass Dartmouth website.



Visit the EBC website for more information and to register for this event. SWEP-MA members may register at the “Co-Host” member price!

Not a SWEP-MA member yet?

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Community Volunteer Day

Saturday, July 18, 2009
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Community Volunteer Day flyer
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July event

Come join fellow SWEP-MA members by volunteering at Gaining Ground, a local organic farm which donates its crops to local food pantries, homeless shelters, etc. in the greater Boston area. Children 5 years and older are welcome—this is a great way to teach children about giving back to their community, as well as aspects of sustainable agriculture!


Gaining Ground Farm
341 Virginia Rd.
Concord, MA


Annual SWEP-MA Golf Event

Thursday, August 13, 2009


August event

Details coming soon about this popular event!


Maynard Country Club

EBC Regional DEP Program Series:
DEP Commissioner Laurie Burt and
Central Regional Office Leadership

Friday, May 22
7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Click here more information
and event registration at EBC

Keynote Speaker:
Laurie Burt
Laurie Burt, Commissioner
Department of Environmental Protection
Commonwealth of Massachusetts


Detailed event agenda
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SWEP-MA is co-hosting this event!

This EBC program is the first of a four-part series that has been set up to provide attendees with the opportunity to hear firsthand about the top priorities of the DEP from DEP Commissioner Laurie Burt. With much of the DEP decision making taking place at the regional level, attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from the decision makers in the DEP Central Regional Office. Plan to attend this EBC morning program to learn about key DEP issues, priorities and challenges facing the agency that can impact your company's operations.

Keynote Speaker:
Laurie Burt, Commissioner
Department of Environmental Protection
Commonwealth of Massachusetts


  • Martin Suuberg, Central Office Regional Director
  • Michael Maher, Acting Deputy Regional Director - Bureau Waste Prevention
  • Paul Anderson, Deputy Regional Director - Bureau Resource Protection
  • Mary Gardner, Deputy Regional Director - Bureau Waste Site Cleanup
  • Regional Office of Department of Energy Resources - Speaker TBA

Registration fees:

  • EBC / SWEP-MA Members $35*
  • Non Member Company $55*
  • Government $25*
  • Job Seakers $25 (5 available)
  • Young Environmental Professional $25 (5 available for members only) Individuals who have worked in their field for less than ten years are considered Young Environmental Professionals.

* After May 20, 2009 at noon and at the door, add $20.

No-shows will be charged and cancellations must be received 2 business days prior to the event.


Bowditch & Dewey LLP
311 Main Street
Worcester, MA 01615

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Click here more information
and event registration at EBC

2009 Annual dinner

Wednesday, May 13, 2009
6:00 - 7:00 p.m. — Social Hour
7:00 — Dinner
7:45 — Speaker

SWEP May 2009 Event Flyer
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May 2009 Event

Featured Speaker: Laurie Burt,
Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

Ms. Burt will discuss recent developments in addressing climate change, efforts to implement a statewide stormwater management plan, ways to increase recycling and reduce materials disposal, and efforts to return Brownfields sites to productive re-use. She will also share her insights on attaining leadership roles in the legal and environmental industries.

Download flyer for more information.


Sheraton Needham Hotel
100 Cabot St.
Needham, MA

Directions to Sheraton Needham
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Please RSVP by May 8 to Alyson Fortune and specify any special meal requests (chicken will be served, vegetarian upon request).

"Speaking Presence: The Art of Slowing Down and Connecting With Your Audience"

Thursday, April 16, 2009
Time: 5:30pm – 8:00pm

April 2009 Event Flyer [PDF]
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April 2009 Event

Presented by: Carla Kimball, M.A., M.B.A., founder of RiverWays Enterprises.

Nothing is more important in any team effort than our ability to speak to each other with presence and authenticity. We must listen and speak from our still center even as complex events swirl around us. From her work as a speaking presence coach, helping people to develop an authentic presence when they speak, and also from her experience on sabbatical last year in Greece living in a yurt for 2 months, Carla Kimball has identified the ability to slow down as the one key ingredient to wellbeing, presence and living more sustainably. In this experiential presentation, you’ll learn and practice the very fundamentals of speaking and listening with presence.

Location: Millipore Corporation
80 Ashby Rd.
Bedford, MA 01730

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Wine Tasting Event

Thursday, April 2nd 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.

RSVP by March 26. Space is limited to the first 30 people who reserve.


SWEP-MA Networking & Wine Tasting Event

TOPIC: Italian Wine 101
with Wine Director, Lorenzo Savona ("Best Sommelier in Boston" Food and Wine magazine)

Sample a selection of six wines along with tasting portions of Italian delicacies in the private dining room.

Learn the four S’s of wine tasting: See, Swirl, Smell, and Sip; and what makes each wine special including its region, history, geography and geology.

Mingle with fellow SWEP members while you learn about wine ordering and pairings to increase your confidence at business dinners.

Enjoy specialty, Italian made-in-house appetizers by Chef Justine.
Rated One of America's 100 Top Italian Restaurants — Zagat 2008

COST: $30 per person.
Make checks payable to SWEP-MA

RSVP by March 26, 2009
to Sheila Warren at Boart Longyear
Tel. (781) 933-3210 x 113

Space is limited to the first 30 people who reserve. Don’t wait!

LOCATION: Tomasso’s Trattoria
The Crossings
154 Turnpike Road (Route 9)
Southborough, MA 01772

Tel. 508-481-8484

DIRECTIONS: Click here for link.


CDW Consultants logoThis event is generously sponsored by CDW Consultants.


This event is for attendees aged 21 or older. Proof of legal age may be requested.

Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival

Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Films: 7 – 10 p.m.
(Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with cash bar and social hour)

Tickets: $10

Wild and Scenic Film Festival poster
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SWEP-MA would like to make our members aware of this upcoming event being hosted by the Organization for the Assabet River

Ten films, ranging from 1 -30 minutes will be shown. The line up includes:

The Last Descent: Join a group of world class whitewater kayakers to some of the world's most amazing rivers...descending them possibly for the last time. The Marsyangdi River of Nepal, the Brahmaputra River in India, and the White Nile River in Uganda are all threatened or are in the process of being destroyed by large scale hydroelectric projects. The film closes in California with the Tuolumne River and the growing movement to restore Hetch Hetchy Valley in Yosemite National Park.

Burning the Future: Coal in America: Confronted by an emerging coal-based US energy policy, activists in West Virginia watch the nation praise coal without regard to the devastation caused by its extraction. Faced with toxic ground water, the obliteration of 1.4 million acres of mountains, and a government that appeases industry, our heroes demonstrate a strength of purpose and character in their improbable fight to arouse the nation’s help in protecting their mountains, saving their families, and preserving their way of life.

Homegrown Revolution: In the midst of a densely urban setting in downtown Pasadena, radical change is taking root. For over twenty years, the Dervaes family have transformed their home into an urban homestead. As a family for this new paradigm, they harvest nearly 3 tons of organic food from their 1/10 acre garden while incorporating many back-to-basics practices, as well as solar energy and biodiesel.

Goldfish: Two girls. One Mission. A lot of fish.

Renewal: In communities across America, people are rolling up their sleeves in practical and far-reaching ways. Offering a profound message of hope, this film shows people driven by their spiritual and religious convictions, being called to re-examine what it means to be human and how we live on this planet. The film presents eight individual stories of Americans around the nation in different faith traditions, who are working to become better stewards of the environment.

Papa Tortuga: Fernando shows that one person CAN make a difference. His efforts in Tecolutla, Vera Cruz, Mexico, have helped to save the endangered Lora Sea Turtles from extinction.

Location: Maynard Fine Arts Theatre
19 Summer Street (Rt. 62)
Maynard, MA 01754
Tel. (978) 897-8100



Watch 2009 Trailers

Click the left and right arrows on the side of the player to scroll through all the trailrs:

More information is available at the Wild and Scenic Environment Film Festival website.


RSVP: SWEP-MA members can RSVP to Kathleen Campbell by March 2, 2009 for ticket pre-purchase.


SWEP-MA Yoga Event

Date: Saturday, February 7, 2009
Time: 12-2pm

SWEP-MA Yoga Event Flyer (Feb. 2009)
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Febuary 2009 Event #1 — Yoga

Learn some new stress management techniques while exploring the beautiful practice of Forrest Yoga with our instructor, Rimi Chakraborty. Forrest Yoga specifically addresses the physical and emotional challenges of everyday life, teaching students to go deeper, find truth, and take these gifts beyond the mat. Rimi is a full-time MBA student at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and plans to incorporate yoga into sustainable living design.

Cambridge Athletic Club
215 First St.
Cambridge, MA 02142

Parking/Public Transportation:
The Cambridge Athletic Club is located near the Kendall/MIT Red Line MBTA station.

NOTE: Due to space limitations, this event is restricted to 15 SWEP-MA members only, and pre-registration is required.

RSVP: Please reserve your spot for this event by contacting Erin Healy (

Mentoring Matching Event

Tuesday evening, January 27, 2009
5:30 – 8:00 p.m.

SWEP Mentoring Sign-Up Sheet
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January 2009 Event

Are you considering a job change, seeking clarity on your professional goals, or need advice on advancing your career? Start the new year right by adding a mentor or protégé to your professional circle.

SWEP is organizing a mentor match on January 27th from 5:30-8 PM. If you would like to register as a mentor and/or protégé, complete this form and email to Kelly Fagan (

Read more about our Mentoring Program on our Mentoring page.

This is a free event for SWEP members. Membership information and renewal forms will be available at the event.

ICF office
33 Hayden Ave
Lexington, MA 02421

Click here for DIRECTIONS.

Please RSVP to Janet Connolly so we can plan accordingly:


EBC (Environmental Business Council) Winter Party

Wednesday, December 3, 2008
5:00 PM - 9:30PM

December 2008 Event

For our December event, we are “co-hosting” the 10th Annual EBC Winter Garden Party.

Invite your clients, colleagues and co-workers to join you for this annual festive holiday season evening of cocktails, hors d' oeuvres, and networking.

Registration Fees
EBC or AIM Member $80*
Member of Co-hosting organization $80*
Government and Non-profit $50*
Non Member $120*
* After December 2, 2008, and at the door, add $40.00.


The Winter Garden
222 Berkeley Street
Boston, MA 02116

Co Hosts:

  • Environmental League of Massachusetts
  • MassRecycle
  • The Green Roundtable
  • The Society for Women Environmental Professionals

More information or questions
Contact: Alison Fortune

No-shows will be charged and cancellations must be received 2 business days prior to the event.

Click HERE for directions, registration & more information on the EBC Website.

Breakfast meeting & Tour of Green Building at Nobis Engineering

Tuesday, November 18, 2008
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.

Green Building Tour - Event Flyer [PDF]
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November 2008 Event

Warm up for the GreenBuild Boston Expo (Nov 19-21) by touring a local “Green Building” in Lowell, MA with fellow SWEP-MA members!

Learn about the key features contributing to the building’s application for LEED-Silver certification. A LEED-accredited professional (LEED-AP) from Nobis Engineering, as well as a representative from the associated architecture firm will be there to answer your questions about the building’s green features.

Coffee & breakfast refreshments will be served.

Location and Host: Nobis Engineering

Nobis Engineering

Nobis Engineering
585 Middlesex Street
Lowell, MA 01851


Q Microbe Biofuel Technology:
From the Environment to the Lab and Beyond

Wed., October 23, 2008
5:00 – 7:30 p.m.

SWEP-MA October 2008 Event Flyer
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October 2009 Event

Evening Reception at the 24th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments & Water

Hosted by UMass Amherst Environmental Health Sciences Program, Christine Rogers

Featured Speaker: Susan Leschine, Professor of Microbiology, UMass Amherst

  • 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Registration, Networking, Light Refreshments, Cash Bar (Wine/Beer)
  • 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Presentation, Discussion, and Q&A



University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Room 1001,
10th Floor of Campus Center

Directions to UMASS [PDF]

Download 1-page driving directions [PDF]


UMASS parking map [PDF]

PARKING: Please visit the UMass parking website for parking information:

COST: FREE for SWEP-MA members (or those who become members at the event)
FREE for Students (with valid student ID)
$10 Nonmembers

PLEASE RSVP to Alyson Fortune:

Interested in supporting SWEP-MA by sponsoring this event? Please contact Alyson Fortune:

Work/Life Balance for Women in the Environmental Industry

Thurs., Sept. 18, 2008
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

SWEP Work/Life Balance flyer
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September Event

Please join us for an evening of networking and lively discussion around the topic of “Work/Life Balance” for women in the environmental industry. Women face unique challenges in the workplace and are faced with balancing career goals with family, children, household and other personal goals.

Whether you are dealing with caring for a family member, going back to school while working full/part time, starting a family, or pursuing other personal goals, come and share your experiences, tips and stories with other women in the environmental field.

Sanborn, Head & Associates
1 Technology Park Drive
Westford, MA 01886

Cost: FREE for SWEP-MA members (or those who become members at the event)
FREE for Students (with valid student ID)
$10 for Nonmembers

Interested in supporting SWEP-MA by sponsoring this event? Please contact Alyson Fortune:

EBC Summer Garden Party

August 19, 2008
5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

14th Annual EBC Summer Garden Party flyer
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14th Annual
Evironmental Business Council Summer Garden Party

Invite your clients and colleagues to join you on a beautiful late summer evening.

This will be a great event for socializing and networking in a wonderful atmosphere overlooking the Boston waterfront.


For more information and online registration please visit the Evironmental Business Council event page.

The Exchange Conference Center
212 Northern Ave.
Boston, MA 02210
Click for Directions

The Society of Women Environmental Professionals is co-hosting this event.


Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc.

SWEP New Memeber Breakfast

Tuesday, August 26, 2008
7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

SWEP New Member Breakfast flyer [PDF]
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Interested in potentially joining SWEP-MA?

Join us for breakfast! Please stop by for a casual “meet & greet” on your way to work.

  • New to SWEP-MA?
  • Interested in potentially joining SWEP-MA?
  • Looking to meet some more existing SWEP members before our fall events?

We’ll have information about becoming a SWEP member and information about some of the exciting events we have planned for the fall.

Upstairs seating area
Finagle-A-Bagel (Copley Square)
535 Boylston St. Boston, MA 02116
Across from Copley “T” stop on Green line


Email Alyson Fortune


Summer Golf Event

UPDATED: New Date: Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008
Registration: 1:00 – 1:30 pm

Download the updated flyer:

SWEP-MA 2008 golf registration form

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Second Annual SWEP-MA Golf Outing

Please complete the registration form and return it with check (payable to SWEP-MA) to:

Sheila Warren
Boart Longyear E&I Drilling Services
71 Concord St.
North Reading, MA 01864
(781) 933-3210

Nine holes, shotgun start, best-ball format.

This golf outing is open to all skill levels and beginners are encouraged to join in!
$40 per person registration includes:
• Use of practice putting green
• Greens fee for 9 holes
• Post-golf appetizers (with cash bar)
• Prizes

Maynard Country Club
50 Brown Street (Route 27)
Maynard, MA
(978) 897-9885.

• Course information and driving directions at

• Maynard Country Club is a soft spike facility

Spring Dinner Event with Luisa Paiewonsky

Luisa Paiewonsky, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Highway Department

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

6:00–7:00pm — registration & networking, cash bar
7:00pm Dinner
7:30–8:00pm Featured speaker
8:00-8:30 SWEP announcements & year-end wrap up


Download the event flyer [PDF]:
Spring Dinner Event with Luisa Paiewonsky - PDF Flyer Download

Luisa Paiewonsky, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Highway Dept., will speak at our our Spring Dinner Event.

Luisa Paiewonsky has served as Commissioner of the Massachusetts Highway Department (MassHighway) since 2005. Ms. Paiewonsky has spent her entire career in public service. Following a three-year tour in the US Peace Corps, she joined MassHighway in 1989 and has worked in a variety of staff and management roles. In her current position, her main emphasis areas are highway and employee safety, context sensitive design, and preservation of bridges and the Interstate Highway System. She has spearheaded major initiatives aimed at streamlining the design and construction of roads and bridges across the state, and implemented safety and risk management programs to reduce the number of injuries and fatalities on Massachusetts roads.

Ms. Paiewonsky will discuss MassHighways’ environmental compliance achievements within its operations, and how the need for energy conservation and resource protection affect statewide infrastructure planning. Luisa will also share her insights and career path to a leadership role within the traditionally male-dominated transportation industry.

Location: Sheraton Needham Hotel Address: 100 Cabot St., Needham, MA [Link to directions]

Member Cost: $40
Non Member Cost: $55
Student Cost (with valid student ID): $25

RSVP: Please send registration and payment BY MAY 14, 2008 to

Stacey Gugliuzza
2 Technology Park Drive
Westford, MA 01886

This event is generously sponsored by:

Boart Longyear

Loureiro Engineering Services
Loureiro Engineering Associates


NOTE: We are looking for more sponsors for this event. If you are interested in sponsoring, please contact Alyson Fortune:


We will be collecting donation items for Dress for Success

  • Clothing (must be dry cleaned and on hangers)
  • Professional accessories (briefcases, stockings, scarves, jewelry, or other interview appropriate items)

SWEP Mentoring Night

Wednesday, March 26, 2008
6:00 - 8:30pm

SWEP Mentoring Night Flyer (PDF)
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SWEP Mentoring Event - Speaker Bios (PDF)
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Come learn about the diverse experiences and career paths women in the environmental field have chosen.

Join us for an evening of networking and interactive discussion as a panel of accomplished women representing various facets of the environmental industry share their inspirational stories.

At the end of the evening, sign up for a SWEP Mentor/Protégée program.

FREE for members and students, $10 for nonmembers.You will be able to join SWEP-MA that night, if you are interested.

RSVP: Please RSVP to to let us know you will be joining us.

Location: Hogan Campus Center, College of the Holy Cross

Address: 1 College St., Worcester, MA 01610

Link to Directions:



This event is generously sponsored by Environmental Studies Program, College of the Holy Cross, and Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Click their logos below for more information.

College of the Holy Cross

Sanborn, Head & Associates

2008 Business Practice Forum
Joint event with LSPA

February 12, 2008
5:30 - 8:15 p.m.



After an hour of networking with a cash bar and hors d’oeuvres and visiting sponsor exhibit displays, Hollis Chase, president of Hollis Chase Associates, will lead a lively and interactive panel discussion about important business issues that face environmental firms today. This is a joint event with LPSA.

Location: Doubletree Hotel, Westborough, MA

Environmental Movie Night
"An Inconvenient Truth"

January 17, 2007
6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Jan. 17, 2007 Movie Night - event flyer
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Popcorn and drinks will be provided.

Cost: FREE for members (or member renewals!)
$10 for non-members.

Tech Environmental office
1601 Trapelo Road, Waltham, MA.
Edgartown/Cotuit conference rooms (2nd floor)

CDW Consultants logoThis event generously sponsored by CDW Consultants.

Breakfast Meeting, EPA Region 1 New England Regional Laboratory Building Tour

November 2, 2007

1st Lab in NE to receive the LEED 1.0 Gold rating


Networking Event

October 10, 2007

Liz Lynch, Executive Director of the Center for Networking Excellence, LLC

Garden in the Woods, Framingham

1st Annual SWEP-MA Golf Outing

August 16, 2007



Beach Cleanup

June 12, 2007

Boston Harbor Association

Revere Beach

One Year Anniversary Dinner Event

May 16, 2007

Ann Berwick, Undersecretary for Energy MA, "Energy: The View from the Patrick Administration"

Sheraton Framingham

Meet & Greet at Cadmus Group, Watertown

April 17, 2007

Jo Anne Shatkin "Assessing Risks of Nanoscale Materials"


Meet & Greet

March 22, 2007

Alyson Fortune ("She Blinded Me With Science: Case Studies from the Laboratory") and Bob Falotico (Women in the Workplace)

ENSR, Westford

2007 Business Practices Forum with LSPA

February 8, 2007

Environmental Insurance, IT Risk Identification and Mitigation, Effective Web Site Design, Communications Strategies

Westin Hotel, Waltham

Meet & Greet

January 30, 2007

Alex Sherrin, Francisco Silva-Tulla, Amy Rosenstein "Environment, Engineering, and Rebuilding Perspectives on Hurricane Katrina"

ICF International, Lexington

Breakfast Meeting with CMBEN

December 12, 2006

Arleen O'Donnell, MADEP Commissioner "DEP Priorities"

Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce

Chapter Gathering

November 14, 2006

National Brownfields Conference

Seaport Hotel, Boston

Fall Dinner Event

October 12, 2006

Sonya Ward, National Chair of SWEP, "Making Contact: Career Growth through Effective Networking"

Ken's, Framingham

First Meet & Greet

June 6, 2006

  Geosyntec, Acton

Inaugural Event Dinner

May 1, 2006

Lauren Stiller Rikleen "Ending the Gauntlet: Removing Barriers to Women's Success in the Law"

Ken's, Framingham