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SPEAKER: Interim CEO of Lynden, David Soike
TOPIC: "Airport, Land Use and Port Business"
DATE: Wednesday, November 1st, 2017
TIME: 11:30am Reception / 12:00pm Lunch
WHERE: Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST: $24 per person / $30 at the door
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The Transportation Club of Seattle has been at the center of the Seattle
area transportation community for 100 years!
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Transportation Club of Seattle
August No Meeting - Summer Break
September TOTE, Anthony Chiarello
October Lynden, Jon Burdick
November Port of Seattle, David Soike
December Holiday Luncheon and Charity Auction
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UPCOMING LUNCH & LEARN INFORMATION
Lake Washington Institute of Technology has started a unique Bachelor of
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University of Washington offers a Master of Supply Chain Transportation and
Logistics (SCTL) program combining a focus on the specific transportation and
logistics challenges facing industry professionals today with a thorough overview
of best practices in related areas such as finance, sustainability and
performance management. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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
David Soike brings an extraordinary amount of knowledge and deep
experience to his role as Interim Executive Director, having worked for the
Port of Seattle since 1980. He has served as the CEO’s delegate since
being named Chief Operating Officer (COO) in March 2016, acting on a
wide range of issues across the Port. He began his career as a junior
engineer in the Port’s Corporate Engineering Department, quickly
advancing into positions in Project Management, and both Maritime and
Aviation divisions. Prior to serving as COO, Soike provided strong senior
leadership to more than 375 employees in Aviation Facilities and
Infrastructure, Aviation Maintenance, and the Aviation Building Department
and Conference Center.
Soike holds a master’s degree in business administration from the
University of Washington and a bachelor’s of science degree in civil
engineering from Washington State University.