Central PA InfraGard: Upcoming Events

Central PA Chapter Meeting

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 - 9:00 - 3:00 PM in Hershey, PA


The Hershey Company, 100 Crystal A Drive, Hershey PA

Please use the following link to register: June meeting registration link


0900 - 0930 Introduction and Administration: Chapter Vice President Cindy Ayers

0930 – 1045 Speaker Kevin Freeman -
“Kevin is one of the world’s leading experts on economic warfare and financial terrorism. He wrote a special report for the DoD uncovering [and outlining] the deliberate attacks that took place during the U.S. financial collapse of 2008.” That report was the basis of his book Secret Weapon: How Economic Terrorism Brought Down the U.S. Stock Market and Why it Can Happen Again [2012]. His subsequent book Game Plan: How to Protect Yourself from the Coming Cyber-Economic Attack is a warning that nothing has been done to prepare our nation from another attack. “You’re on your own, and you’ve got to be ready, but you’ve got to be smart.”

1045 – 1200 Speaker Lt. Col. (R) Anthony Shaffer –
Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer is a Bronze Star Medal recipient and a CIA-trained senior intelligence operations officer, with more than 25 years of experience in the intelligence community. He is a Senior Fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, a Senior Fellow and Special Lecturer at the Center For Advanced Defense Studies, and author of two books - the NY Times bestselling memoir Operation Dark Heart and his latest (a novel) The Last Line. Lt. Col. Shaffer is often seen on Fox Cable News, MSNBC, Capitol Insider, RT, and other news shows, and has been a guest on a plethora of radio shows.

1200 – 1230 Break to pick up lunch (no-host/in Hershey Cafeteria); Return with lunch for Panel Session

1230 – 1330 Panel Q & A with Kevin Freeman and Anthony Shaffer

1330 – 1430 Speaker Terence Hill -
Terry comes to us by way of Australia and British Columbia. Now retired, he spent 30 years at the IMF, the majority of the time as a budget officer in the ADM section. He has a BA and MBA from GW in International Finance. He then became interested in energy efficient buildings, and his work on “zero energy housing” in Washington DC was the topic of a Washington Post article. After completing the house as envisaged, he became involved with the Passive House movement and more recently with the IEEE committee, taking the initial steps to set a Direct Current residential standard in addition to promoting the adoption of DC microgrids at the community level as well as the concept of Transactive Energy.

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