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SPEAKER: Jordan Royer, Pacific Merchant Shipping Association
TOPIC: "Global Trade Climate"
DATE: Wednesday, September 4th, 2019
TIME: 11:30 am Reception / 12:00 pm Lunch
WHERE: Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST: $30 per person / $40 at the door
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February Roger Millar - Secretary of Transportation, Washington DOT
March Terry Howard - President of Carlile
April Patrick Boss - Public Affairs with Port of Quincy
May Lance Lyttle - Aviation Director with Port of Seattle
June John Szczepanski, US Forage Export Counci
July Annual TCS Golf Tournament
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Logistics (SCTL) program combining a focus on the specific transportation and
logistics challenges facing industry professionals today with a thorough overview
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Seattle Maritime Academy prepares men and women for successful careers in
passenger transportation, fishing and seafood processing, international trade,
military operations and other maritime sub-sectors.
About the Speaker
Jordan Royer is Vice President of External Affairs of the association’s Pacific Northwest office
overseeing advocacy before the ports and cities of Seattle and Tacoma, and the state
With expertise in environmental, regulatory and homeland security issues, Jordan is a resource
to members with interest or concern about local or state governmental matters.
Jordan joined PMSA in 2007 after serving as a Senior Advisor for Public Safety to Mayor Greg
Nickels of Seattle and previously as an aide to U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer. He is a board
member of the Manufacturing Industrial Council and previously served on the boards of
Washington Ceasefire and Crosscut Public Media. He is a graduate of the University of
In his spare time, Jordan continues to write for Crosscut on politics, transportation and public