National Engineers Week kicks off with the annual Luncheon.
Speaker: Tom Kline, UTC Distinguished Alumni and Principal of Kline Health Group, “Can One Engineer Really Make a Difference?”.
Tom earned a BS in Industrial Engineering from UTC (1966) and an MS in I.E. from the University of Missouri through a biomedical research fellowship.
To illustrate his theme from his own experience, in 1983 Tom became the youngest plant manager of Pfizer Inc.'s sprawling manufacturing plant in Brooklyn, New York where the pharmaceutical company's work force exceeded 1000 people. At Brooklyn he achieved national recognition for his leadership in improving public education, reducing crime, creating employment and building hundreds of residences for the needy. He is author of the related book The Golden Hand Grenade – A Lifetime Fighting to Rebuild a Tiny Stretch of Urban America.
See all the details on the 2018 EWeekLuncheon flyer.pdf and make your registration at www.chattanoogaengineersweek.com
PARKING: Garage on 5th St ($3) or Lot #33 on 3rd St opposite Rec Center