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Talking Red Tide | Michelle Johnson
February 20, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Let’s talk Tides! Red Tide that is…
Anyone who lives and dives in Florida has been affected by the red tide. From the health-harmful affects that it carries, the way it travels, the wildlife devastation and the politics, this toxic algae has touched us all.
With the changes in weather patterns across the globe, Tampa Bay has also felt the shifts. We’ll spend the evening discussing the oceanic gyre system, how they are changing and why, and the effects we are seeing from those changes on a local and global level. We’ll talk about impacts to coral reef ecosystems, the red tide epidemic and whether or not “global warming” matters.
Come join us on Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. for an informal presentation from Michelle Johnson on the Red Tide and how it has affected us locally and globally. Ms. Johnson is a regulatory compliance professional with almost 20 years of experience maintaining, assessing and enforcing federal and state compliance regulations. Food and appetizers will be provided as well as door prizes! Please RSVP for this event at 813-832-6669 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Michelle Johnson:
Ms. Johnson is a regulatory compliance professional with almost 20 years of experience maintaining, assessing and enforcing federal and state compliance regulations. She has experience in many industries and areas; including electric power, NERC Reliability Standards, telecommunications, finance, environmental, engineering, permitting, consulting and training.
She has held the positions of Manager of Compliance Enforcement for FRCC (regulating NERC Reliability Standards), Regulatory Compliance Engineer for NERC and Environmental Affairs at Seminole Electric Cooperative and performed consultant and contract work as a Marine Sedimentologist, Environmental Scientist and Engineering Geologist for marine, environmental, telecommunications, construction and finance projects across the United States and internationally.
Ms. Johnson has M.B.A. and M.S. (Management) degrees from University of South Florida and a B.S. in Engineering Geology from Old Dominion University. She has completed coursework towards a M.S. in Oceanography- Marine Sedimentology at Old Dominion University and a PhD in Adult Education from the University of South Florida.