Thursday, July 13th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
14545 Bay Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX 77059
We will be meeting at Bay Oaks Country Club and lunch will be served.
This month's luncheon will include a special presentation from Dan Seal, Executive Director - Economic Development, Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership. Mr. Seal will provide a regional overview of the Bay Area Houston economy with special emphasis on regional workforce trends, gaps, challenges, and workforce development programs designed to meet future employer needs.
Mr. Seal brings more than 30 years experience in recruiting new business and industry to our area and his insights on current trends in this marketplace will highlight the upcoming challenges and opportunities in human resources that we will all be experiencing.
1) To learn about the 5 industry sectors which are driving growth in the Bay Area Houston Region.
2) To learn about current workforce trends, gaps, opportunities, and challenges
3) To explore the available workforce development programs which are improving the situational conditions affecting today’s regional workforce.
- 11:30-12:00 Check-in / Networking / Announcements / Lunch
- 12:00-1:00 Speaker Presentation, followed by Q&A
Re-certification credits have been requested for this event (1 SHRM PDC; 1 hour HRCI)
Guests are always welcome and encouraged to attend our meetings!
For on-site luncheon, networking, and presentation at Bay Oaks:
- $38 TXBA SHRM Member
- $48 Non-Member / Guest
- $20 Student
About the Speaker:
Dan Seal is the Executive Director – Economic Development for the Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, or BAHEP, where he manages the strategies and activities of its economic development program of work. In addition, he represents BAHEP and the Bay Area Houston region at special functions, providing expert insight and support to accomplish the goals set forth in BAHEP’s Strategic Plan.
Over the last 30 years, the organizations that Seal has been affiliated with have assisted companies in creating more than 41,000 new jobs worth an estimated annual economic impact of $5.3 billion. During this time, such leading corporations as Lockheed Martin, Hewlett Packard, BMC Software, JPMorgan Chase, Rolls Royce Energy Systems, and Collins Aerospace have located or expanded operations in Houston.