The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
Professional Members' Forum July 11, 2010
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A special invitation from World Future Society President Timothy Mack
The World Future Society’s upcoming conference, “WorldFuture 2010: Sustainable Futures, Strategies, and Technologies,” will be held July 8–10, 2010, at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts. The meeting will offer a wealth of sessions on technology, health, governance, values, education, societal trends, business, environment, and more. Conference discussions, workshops, and informal conversations will enable you and other participants to exchange ideas, increase your knowledge about the future, and share insights.
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Conference Program Committee
Carol D. Rieg, Chair, corporate foundation officer, Bentley Systems. Exton, Pennsylvania
Autumn Rains, president, Purdue Student Pugwash, West Lafayette, Indiana
Alison Sander, director, Center for Sensing & Mining the Future, THE BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP, Boston, Massachusetts
David E. Stein, physicist, operations research analyst, retired military officer, and former adjunct college faculty, editor-in-chief , Future Takes, Las Vegas, Nevada
Judith White, account executive, and futurist. She has over fifteen years of achievement in consultative sales in business solutions, education and information, focusing on futures research for human and organizational development studies.
Alan Youngs, esq, consultant, DynCorp International, member FBI Futures Working Group, former president Police Futurist Int., Retired Division Chief Lakewood, Colorado. Police Department, Adjunct Professor Rio Salado, Ottawa University, University of Colorado
What the 2009 conference participants are saying:
"A good mixture of disciplines and interests."
"Great substance. The WFS conference is high energy, substantive and interdisciplinary. It is a jolt to the imagination and a meeting point for ideas."
"Great networking content: varied with lots to choose from. Excellent content presenters from all over the world."
"I liked the array of topics, the punctuality of all the sessions, and the plenary session speaker."
"Wide spectrum of content, informed presenters."