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April 2020 Educational Dinner Event

Venue: Chef's - 291 Seneca St, Buffalo, NY 14204

Time:  5-8:15pm  **Networking 5-6pm**

Speaker:  Rosaleen Nogle

Topic: The Buffalo Sewers - History and Current Management 

Talent Triangle: 1.5 PDU Strategic

Course Identifier: C08020200414, PMI Assigned PDU Claim Code: tbd

Program Overview – Joint with the local ISM Supply Chain Management chapter

The Buffalo Sewers - History and Current Management 

Buffalo Sewers:  History, Project management, and Supply Chain

Since the 1840s, Buffalo has continually worked to protect the environment and human health from the effects of sewage.  Over this time, the technologies used to achieve this goal have evolved as have the parameters used to define what protection means.   But pipes which were laid in the 1840s continue to be used.  As the Buffalo Sewer Authority implements its $380 million combined sewer overflow long term control plan while continuing to manage this existing system, this historical infrastructure offers both challenges and opportunities.

Speaker Bio: Rosaleen B. Nogle, PE, PMP, BCEE is an Assistant Principal Engineer for Buffalo Sewer and ordained Deacon within the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York.  She has earned a B.A. in Anthropology, B.S. in Civil Engineering, and M.S. in Civil Engineering from UB, a M.A. in Pastoral Ministry and M. Div. from Christ the King Seminary, and a M.P.A. from Indiana University.  Rosaleen is a licensed professional engineer in seven states and a New York State certified Grade 4 collection system operator with over 12 years of experience in the water/wastewater industry.  She currently manages capital projects within both the City of Buffalo sewer system and the Bird Island Treatment Facility, serves as the stormwater manager officer, and leads several sustainability initiatives.


Institute for Supply Management® (ISM®) is the first and largest not-for-profit professional supply management organization worldwide. Founded in 1915, ISM has over 50,000 members located in 100 countries. ISM Mission Statement:  We advance the practice of supply management to drive value and competitive advantage, and contribute to a prosperous, sustainable world.

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Type of activity: Educational Dinners

Date: April 14th, 2020

Hour: 5:00PM to 8:15PM

Number of PDUs: 0.0


Members: $30.00

Non members: $40.00



291 Seneca St

Buffalo, NY, 14204

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