Ecotrust Event Spaces - Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center
721 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR 97209
Double the panels, double the fun!
1:00-1:30 Registration, Networking, light bites and Responsibility
1:30-1:50 Welcome and Housekeeping
1:50-2:00 Social Responsibility - Sunshine Pantry
2:00-3:00 "Real Estate Revelations" Panel
3:15-4:45 "Tales From Policy Fails" Panel
4:45-5:00 Closing and Raffles
Approved for 2.5 HRCI credits and 2 CRP Credits
“Real Estate Revelations”
Panelists include Bob Ulery, The Hasson Company;
Barbara Vorster, Appraiser and Patti Ward, Citibank
Moderated by Katie Rudnick, Premia Relocation Mortgage
- An update on where our housing marketing has come and may be heading,
- Challenges and recommendations for appraisals
- How the mortgage industry is adapting and dealing with both financial industry reform and the housing recovery.
“Tales from Policy Fails”
A 90 minute interactive discussion on meeting the mobility needs of transferees and their companies.
Panelists include Kathy Curtis, KMC Consulting;
Paige Jackson, Stimson Lumber; and
Curtis Lind, Columbia Sportswear;
Moderated by Eric Baum, NIKE and topics to include:
•· Balancing Company vs. Transferee needs
•· Exceptions vs. Policy Changes
•· Short Term Business Travelers
•· International Policy
•· Lump Sum Policies
PLEASE HELP US BRING HOLIDAY CHEER TO THOSE IN NEED!
Thank you for helping the Portland Relocation Council’s ongoing support of the Sunshine Pantry.
At our December 11th Meeting, we will be collecting TOYS FOR TEENS. Teenage children of families in need do not typically get anything special for the holidays. Most donations given are for the younger children. Please help us make this holiday season special for these older kids by bringing an unwrapped gift to help fill our bins.
Model Airplanes or Automobiles
As always, thank you for your generosity and support. If you have any questions please contact Susie McGill at 503-350-7231.
About Sunshine Pantry
For nearly 30 years this nonprofit food pantry in Beaverton has been gathering food, clothing, household items, toys and toiletries to distribute to families in need. To learn more or become a volunteer, please visit their website at www.sunshinepantry.org
Please do not park in the EcoTrust lot, those spaces are limited to 2 hours and are strictly enforced. Information on forms of public transportation including Max Train and even Amtrak stations are near by along with driving directions are on their site at http://www.ecotrust.org/ncc/directions.html.
Car parking: On street metered parking is available for many blocks surrounding the EcoTrust Building and there are some additional pay to park lots on Hoyt street just one block south.