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December 8th: Virtual Conversation with BENS COO, Brigadier General (Ret.) Tom Cosentino, USA

December 8, 2021


1:00 am

1:30 am


We are excited to virtually host BENS SVP for Strategy and Engagement, Debbie McCarthy who will walk us through all of the events and engagements with senior leaders and government partners that have taken place in 2021. Debbie will provide a good overview of what your BENS organization has been focusing on this year. Along with Debbie, we will also have BENS VP for Policy/Projects, Catherine Sendak and VP for Emerging Challenges, James Whitaker. Catherine and James will provide a similar update focusing on the policy/projects and council work BENS has been focusing on in 2021. Both teams will also provide a look ahead to 2022 and discuss what the priorities will be, things to keep an eye out for potential participation as well as events we are excited about as we move into BENS 40th Anniversary year!

Cost: $

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