Linda Triplett, CTC, grew up in the Philadelphia area where she Began her career travel agent, travel Completing her first training at Associated Travel School in 1978. Her career advanced to Houston, Texas where she Became the Branch Manager and furthered her education earning the designation of Certified Travel Counselor from the Institute of Certified Travel Agents. Windsor Travel Corporation Became her next agency home where she was employed for over twenty-one years the Group Manager.
Linda's primary focus there was planning and executing customized group vacations for Alumni Associations, Garden Clubs, Country Clubs and other organizations
Cindy L. Chambers, CTC, Partner
Beginning her professional career in 1974, Cindy Chambers, CTC has held various training, sales, marketing and management positions for over twenty years in the travel and transportation industry Representing Trans World Airlines, System One Corporation, Continental Airlines, Inc. and Lifeco Travel Services , Inc. Cindy Also owned and operated a successful consulting business focused on topics ranging from communications skills to Sales Mastery training. With her emphasis in training and technology, Cindy Recruited technology professionals for many years along with a four year term in teaching computer science for elementary / middle school students. Most recently Cindy's focus has been consulting in the meeting planning and group travel business supporting multi-city preparations, Hotel Negotiations and event planning.
As a student at the Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston, Sandra Began her work experience in the hotel industry as a front desk agent at the Four Seasons Houston. Through her training in delivering five star guest services and exceptional attention to detail, Sandra was later Offered and accepted to the Operations Supervisor position with White Lodging. She naturally grew Within this leadership position and shortly after was promoted to Housekeeping manager at the Galleria area Homewood Suites Hilton property. Also Sandra has worked in the food service industry including Houston Local establishments like Star Pizza, Stephanie Leigh's, and The Houston Country Club. She has worked diligently to gain the full range of knowledge and experience from her education at the University of Houston Conrad N. Hilton College.
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Nuclear Waste The risks run too great2002-02-16 12:34:39 by stopkillingusbush
We are not condemned to repeat 40 years at the nuclear brink. We can do better than condone a world in which nuclear weapons are enshrined as the ultimate arbiter of conflict. The price already paid is too dear. The risks run too great. The Nuclear beast must be changed. Its soul expunged. Its lair laid waste. The task is daunting, but we cannot shrink from it. The opportunity may not come again...egy of this kind 'is indistinguishable from an attack focused on killing as many people as possible.' (William M. Arkin, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January/February 1997.)
LOS ALAMOS TO BUILD FROM 20 TO 80 NEW NUCLEAR WARHEADS, CALLED 'CORES.' What used to be referred to as new nuclear weapons are today called 'modifications.' (The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Nov/Dec, p.10)
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KPFA/Pacifica Campaign Bulletin - PBNB/1/8/012002-01-08 18:20:28 by oh
Hi PBNB Readers;
This is primarily KPFA/Pacifica Campaign information.
The REGULAR ISSUE of the PBNB should be out either late this evening,
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