Join us on June 14 for PEC’s Philadelphia Environmental Partnership Dinner. Regarded as the premier environmental event in Philadelphia, dozens of the region’s leading companies are sponsors and the dinner draws a large and diverse audience comprised of business leaders, lawyers, consultants, environmentalists, academics, and government officials.
The event will commence with a welcome reception and silent auction, followed by the program, and conclude with a “movable feast” of stationed food, open bar, and plenty of networking opportunities.
2017 Winsor Award
PEC will honor Carol Collier with the Winsor Award, in recognition of vision, commitment, and lifelong achievement. Ms. Collier served for more than 15 years as Executive Director of the Delaware River Basin Commission before joining the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University as Senior Advisor, Watershed Management & Policy.
This award was created in honor of Curtin Winsor, one of PEC’s founders, and for 20 years the primary leader of our organization. The program will also feature keynote remarks on environmental and conservation issues.
Steve Santarsiero was appointed May 4, 2017 as the Chief Deputy Attorney General of the Environmental Protection Section. As the office’s top environmental prosecutor, Santarsiero is in charge of prosecuting polluters across three divisions of the Office of Attorney General: Criminal, Civil, and Public Protection.
Mr. Santarsiero brings strong experience supporting Pennsylvania’s environment and natural resources, including over 10 years of experience litigating environmental claims including on behalf of citizens groups seeking relief under the federal Clean Water Act.
In addition to his career as an environmental attorney, Santarsiero developed a record on environmental issues over four terms as a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, representing the 31st District in Bucks County. He was instrumental in convincing then Governor Rendell to issue an executive order halting the further leasing of state forest land for natural gas drilling. Santarsiero regularly fought for tighter regulation of the natural gas industry and was a strong advocate for increasing renewable energy standards as well as providing incentives for the expansion of renewable energy sources.
2017 Dinner Rates
Premier Benefactor: $5,000 – 10 tickets Premier Benefactor table
Benefactor: $3,000 – 10 tickets Benefactor table
Contributor: $1,500 – 5 tickets
Subscriber: $300 – 1 ticket
Non-Profit/Government Partner: $200 – 2 tickets
Non-Profit/Government: $100 – 1 ticket
For sponsorship information, or to register by phone, contact Cindy Ferguson at (215) 545-4570 x 100 or email@example.com.
A special thank you to our Sponsors, Benefactors, Contributors, and Non-Profit/Government Partners!
Welcome Reception Sponsor
Winsor Award Sponsor
Carbon Neutral Sponsor
Responsible Printing Sponsor
Silent Auction Sponsor
Archer & Greiner
Ballard Spahr LLP
Brown and Caldwell
Duane Morris LLP
GEI Consultants Inc.
Langan Engineering & Environmental Services
Langsam Stevens Silver & Hollaender LLP
Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox LLP
Merck & Co., Inc.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
Philadelphia Energy Solutions
Philadelphia Insurance Companies
Shell Oil. Co.
The Philadelphia Eagles
ARCADIS U.S., Inc.
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller
Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc.
Michael Baker International
Pennoni Associates, Inc.
Post & Schell, P.C.
Roux Associates Inc.
Township of Bensalem
Traffic Planning and Design Inc.
Urban Engineers, Inc.