Houston Grampian Association – OTC Breakfast 2018

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2018-04-28 8:00 am - 9:00 am

The Houston Grampian Association will host a breakfast to celebrate the 50th Anniversary year of the OTC. This breakfast is one of the opening events of the OTC week.

The breakfast will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 (8am – 9 am Coffee & Social Networking & at 9 am Breakfast will be served) at The Hilton Post Oak, 2001 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056.

Tables of 10 Sponsorship is $1000, Tables of 5 Sponsorship is $500, Individual seats are $60 for non members and $50 for members.

The main speaker this year is –

Gordon McIntosh – and he will talk about the ever changing Oil & Gas Market across the World.
He is the current Deputy Minister of Natural Resources for the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. He was previously Director of Aberdeen City Council from 1995 until retirement in August of 2016 (in Enterprise, Planning and Infrastructure), Past Vice Chairman Grampian Houston Association, Burgess of the City of Aberdeen, Past Director of Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Center, Visiting Professor – Robert Gordon University Director AREG (Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group), Director Petroleum Research Newfoundland and Labrador.

Other speakers are –

Susan Schneider of Houston Baptist University will speak about the yearly Nurse Exchange Program with Houston Baptist and Aberdeen Robert Gordon’s Universities which was founded in 1982. 2017 and 2018 exchange nurses will be in attendance.
Harry Gee, President of Sister Cities Houston will speak about the importance of Sister Cities in a Worldwide Business. There are 18 Sister Cities and Gampian, Scotland was the 5th City to join Houston’s partnership in 1979

Russian Oprah Singer – Elena Fray – will open the Breakfast with the US National Anthem

Scottish Piper will perform as people arrive

McCallum is the whisky sponsor.

Money raised will benefit the yearly Nurse Exchange Program, they are a 501(C)3 charity.

For more information, please contact the Houston Grampian Association President, Lorna Ramsay at: lornaramsay@kw.com