Young Professionals in Energy LA - October Meeting


The Los Angeles Chapter of Young Professionals in Energy (YPE) will hold its first networking meeting of the fall on Thursday, October 4, 2012 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Canadian Consulate, 550 S. Hope Street, 9th Floor, Los Angeles, 90071. Wine and cheese will be served.


The happy hour/networking event will be highlighted by a speech from Nadia Scipio del Campo, Consul Foreign Policy and Diplomacy. She will speak on “Canada’s Energy Supply to the U.S. – What’s the Real Story?”

Ms. Scipio del Campo is responsible for Canada’s political, economic and public affairs program in Southern California and has held Canadian government positions in San Francisco, New Delhi, India and Ottawa. She has a degree in geology and environmental studies and worked in the energy and environment sectors in Calgary and Montreal before joining the Canadian Foreign Service.

In addition to YPE members, C-level executives from across the city and industry are invited for an evening of networking. Executives from Southern California Edison, LADWP, city and state government and many prominent law, technology and accounting firms regularly attend YPE meetings.

Who is a young professional? There's no age limit or prejudice. All are welcome to enjoy this unique networking opportunity.

BACKGROUND: Young Professionals in Energy (“YPE”) is the first and only interdisciplinary networking and volunteer organization for people in the global energy industry – a place where bankers can connect with engineers, accountants with geologists and so on. Our mission is to provide a forum for knowledge sharing and camaraderie among future leaders of the energy industry.
The growth of YPE from 2 to over 20,000 members since the launch of the initial chapters underlines the need that was already present in energy cities across the globe.

SPECIFICS: Please RSVP to [masked] for the October 4 meeting. RSVP must include your name, company and title. You can sign up for a free YPE membership at Parking is available at the consulate building for $8 after 5 p.m. and there are nearby paid parking lots.
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