NOVEMBER SPEAKER-DANIEL HICKEN-SENIOR ADVISOR-FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION–SYSTEMS OPERATIONS SECURITY DIVISION– SPECIAL OPERATIONS BRANCH AT THE AIR & MARINE OPERATIONS CENTER (AMOC)
Daniel Hicken works at the Air & Marine Operations Center (AMOC) located on the March Air Reserve Base in Riverside which is part of the Department of Homeland Security and US Customs and Boarder Patrol. The AMOC is the nation’s only federal law enforcement center in the Western Hemisphere tasked to coordinate interdiction operations of criminal activity occurring on land, sea and air which can range from terrorism, hijacking, illegal drugs, human trafficking, etc. Daniel began his career as an Air Force officer flying on E-3 AWACS surveillance aircraft stationed in Saudi Arabia. He was working in the FAA headquarters on 9/11. His work here at AMOC has included responses to Hurricane Katrina, the Christopher Dorner incident, the San Bernardino shootings as well as coordinating with the Secret Service for presidential air security.
Thursday, November 10, 2016, 9:45am at Habitat for Humanity, 2180 Iowa Ave., Riverside
(Light breakfast refreshments to be served and no-host lunch @ Mexicali Grill for those who care to attend)
September 27, 2016 Time: 2–3 p.m. ET
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Tuesday, September 27, is National Voter Registration Day, a single day of coordinated events that help Americans register to vote. Election Day is quickly approaching, and it’s crucial that women speak up at the polls. Women fought for the right to vote — now it’s time to use it!
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What does the Ag Park-Riverside, Goods Movement Campaign, and Love Canal all have in common—the leadership and activism of strong persistent women. Scholars have come to call these women part of the “eco-feminist movement” and Jurupa Valley’s own Penny Newman has been attributed as one of its’ earliest founders. Through the work of her CCAEJ which organizes to promote environmental justice in low income areas where those most impacted by environmental health hazards live—she advocates for policies at the state, regional and local level that protect public health. She has been on the Oprah Winfrey show, the subject of an HBO documentary and honored by various groups from the CA State Senate to the CA State museum and our own Chamber of Commerce & YWCA.
WHERE: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY, 2180 IOWA AVE, RIVERSIDE AT 10:00AM, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5, 2016
LUNCH TO FOLLOW FOR THOSE INTERESTED AT THE MEXICALI GRILL, 1690 SPRUCE ST.
RSVP TO LUISA TASSAN 951-742-5479 OR Dewaelri@aol.com