TNSA TALKS

Thursday, December 10, 1pm CDT

Speaker:  Kimberly Strong, City of Chattanooga, Public Information Specialist

Topic: Embracing Diversity and Inclusion

Description:  Diversity awareness is essential for the continued growth and vitality of an organization. Those organizations who intend to remain relevant today and long into the future recognize the strategic importance of diversity and inclusion both as a workforce and as a membership organization.  There is no right way or one-size-fits all method for diversity and inclusion.  Kimberly Strong, Chair of the National American Public Works Association's Diversity and Inclusion Committee will share her insights on what the American Public Works Association is doing in the area of Diversity and Inclusion, and provide you a few tips on how you can advance diversity and inclusion with your members and volunteers. The American Public Works Association has a membership of 30,000 -   representing the United States and Canada. 

 

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See below for the TNSA Talk Schedule

UPCOMING TNSA TALKS

Thursday, December 17, 1pm CDT

Speaker: Aaron Rogge, CDM Smith

Topic: Stormwater Modeling 201 – 21st Century Techniques

Description:  This presentation expands on “101” and is intended to interpret the dense science of stormwater modeling to a general audience of stormwater professionals. The presentation will take learners through a breakdown of modeling and master plan development, including the following sub-topics: finding quality data sources, building an example basin model, confronting unusual circumstances like pumps dams or karst, applying stormwater management features, and a gaze into the crystal ball for the future of the science.

TNSA Talk Zoom Videos

Thursday, July 23, 2020, Speaker: Gerald Burnette, CEC, Inc. Data Management Best Practices Data is a critical factor in making effective decisions related to your operations.  This TNSA Talk will discuss best practices related to data management and help you determine if your data management approach is sufficient to meet your needs.
Gerald Burnette, Data Management Best Practices
Thursday, July 30, 2020, Speaker: Don Green, WK Dickson MS4 Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping of Municipal Operations:  Taking Care of your own nest!
Don Green MS4 Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping of Municipal Operations: Taking Care of your own nest!
Thursday, July 16, 20Aaron Rogge, CDM Smith Topic: Stormwater Modeling 101 Description: Intended to help those unfamiliar with stormwater modeling understand the purpose, process, and products of hydraulic and hydrologic (H&H) modeling and how it can guide communities to cost-effective and resilient stormwater solutions.
Aaron Rogge, Stormwater Modeling 101
Vena Jones, SRF Funding
Jon Hathaway, Stormwater Research Update from UT
Andrea Ludwig, TN Smart Yards "Live"
Glen Payton & Yuyu Ishizuka Case Study – Unique Stormwater Management with High Flow Bioretention Systems
David Braswell, Amy Hathaway and Don Green Green Infrastructure
Charlene DeSha
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