Tech Champs

CONNECTION ♦ SUPPORT ♦ COMMUNICATION ♦ RECOGNITION

Open to the public, this forum offers some of Houston’s
best networking opportunities for the tech community,
as well as updates from three of HTC's Client Companies.

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Light Breakfast and Networking
7:15 - 7:45 a.m.

Presentations
7:45 - 9:00 a.m.


 Registration: $35
(Registration ends December 1, 2011)
At the door: $40

Current Tech Champs Members, HTC Tenants, and HTC Clients
Contact Contact Sue Moore to Register for Free: 713.658.1750

Thank you to our 2011 Tech Champs Sponsors!


 

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Speaker: Dick Williams, President, Shell WindEnergy
Speaker Dick Williams, President, Shell WindEnergy
Dick Williams joined Shell in 1980 after receiving his Electrical Engineering degree from Penn State. He worked in a variety of Shell Pipeline's regions as an engineer, returned to Houston for several positions in the business, including Base Chemicals, then went to St. Louis as Mid Continent District Superintendent. Upon ...

Dick Williams joined Shell in 1980 after receiving his Electrical Engineering degree from Penn State. He worked in a variety of Shell Pipeline's regions as an engineer, returned to Houston for several positions in the business, including Base Chemicals, then went to St. Louis as Mid Continent District Superintendent. Upon returning to Houston he joined the Joint Ventures group, lead the Commercial Development effort of a major restructuring, was the Operations Support Manager for Shell's Pipelines and Distribution Terminals, and then served 3 years as the Commercial Manager for Shell Distribution North America. Dick was appointed President, Shell WindEnergy, in 2008. Shell’s Wind activities include operating 11 wind farms, 8 in North America and three in Europe, with a capacity of 1100 MW and developing new projects in North America.

He maintains Professional Engineering licenses in Texas, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania. Dick lives in Houston with his wife Sandi and two sons, Conrad and Colin. When not chasing windmills, he spends time with several charities—including his son’s school and Rebuilding Together Houston-- which rebuilds homes for the less advantaged people of the Houston area, and is on the board for Breakthrough Houston—an educational collaborative which nurtures high potential students from at-risk areas.

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Organizer Sue Moore
832-476-9263 smoore@HoustonTech.org

When

Fri, Dec. 2, 2011
7:15 a.m. - 9 a.m. US/Central

Register

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Where

HTC Conference Center
410 Pierce Street
Houston, TX 77002