SRA Executive Committee To Meet in September
Source: The Society for Risk
Analysis' RISK newsletter,
Third Quarter 1995
The SRA Executive Committee, composed of the officers of the
Society for Risk Analysis, will meet on September 8-9, 1995. One
important item to address is the agenda of a strategic planning
meeting, which will be held in Hawaii immediately before the
opening of the 1995
SRA Annual Meeting.
The Society began its strategic planning process in March
1992, when all former SRA presidents were invited to attend the SRA Council's spring
meeting to discuss the Society's mission and long-term goals, as
well as strategies for realizing them. A product of that effort
was the SRA mission
statement drafted by former SRA President D. Warner North and
adopted by SRA members at the 1993 Annual Meeting.
The strategic planning meeting in Hawaii will carry the
process into a second stage, when the SRA Council and past
presidents attending the annual meeting will discuss various
topics, including what a risk analyst is, how the Society can
draw the disciplines together with one common goal, what the
future of risk analysis is, and how the SRA can improve services
to its members.
SRA members who would like to suggest topics for the agenda
of the strategic planning meeting, or the Executive Committee
meeting preceding it, should send their ideas to: President M.
Elisabeth Paté-Cornell, Society for Risk Analysis, 1313 Dolley
Madison Boulevard, Suite 402, McLean, VA 22101, fax (703)
790-2672, e-mail email@example.com.