April Dinner Meeting - The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center - Register before 8 PM on 30 March to avoid $10 late fee

April 04, 2018
5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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The Westin Virginia Beach Town Center
4535 Commerce Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Presentation Title:  Project Planning


Presentation Description: 

Dan will discuss the aspects of planning at the operational and strategic levels of war. This will include the value and structure of planning, the difficulties of planning at higher echelons, and leadership in planning. The discussion will highlight some parallels between planning in the military and planning in the corporate world. 

  • The Value of Planning
  • The Complications of Joint Planning or Planning at the Strategic Level
  • Planning and Leadership


Lieutenant Colonel Daniel P. Sukman   

Lieutenant Colonel Daniel “Dan” Sukman is a native of Farmingdale, New York. He was commissioned as a Military Police Officer from Norwich University in 2000 as a distinguished military graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Business and Organizational Management from Webster University, and a Master of Arts in Public Policy from Liberty University.

Over the course of his 22 years of military service, Dan has served in multiple positions to include time as a Platoon Leader and Executive Officer of the 57th Military Police Company, Waegon Korea, the Deputy Provost Marshal, Army Central Command Kuwait, Camp Doha, as a Brigade Provost Marshal and Company Commander in the 101st Airborne Division.

In 2008, Dan was selected to serve as an Army Strategist. Since then, Dan has served in multiple operational and strategic level planning positions to include time as a Joint Crisis Response Planner for United States European Command, an assignment as a Branch Chief and Joint Concept Developer at the Army Capabilities Integration Center. Dan’s is currently serving as a Joint Future Plans Officer at the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command.

Join us for an evening of learning, networking and socializing on Wednesday, April 4th, 2018.  Register before 30 March at 8:00 PM to avoid a $10 late registration fee.


Parking:  Use the parking garage off Market Street, decks 3 and above to avoid a fee, and take elevator to The Westin lobby on the ground floor. 


·  Registration and the cash bar opens at 5:30 PM with time to network with colleagues and learn about one another in our regional professional organization.


 ·  A plated dinner will begin between 6:15 and 6:30 PM with some brief chapter business and introductions. Menu: chicken entre'e, starch and vegetable, salad, bread and dessert.  Coffee, tea and water.


***Vegetarian and special meals due to dietary restrictions will be available upon request by noting your preference in the Special Instructions and Comments block while registering.  These meals cannot be guaranteed if member or guest does not register at least one week prior to the meeting.*** 


 ·  At approximately 7 PM we will turn our focus to the featured presentation.


PDUs Available: 


1 Category A PDU for Certified PMP, PgMP, PMI-RMP or PMI-SP, which the chapter will log for you.  Up to 1.5 PDUs for networking prior to the start of the meeting that you log yourself.  Up to 1.5 PDUs if you volunteer to help with registration that you also log yourself.


We look forward to seeing you there!

Registration will close the Monday before the event at noon.  Late registration begins at 8:00 pm, the Friday before the event.  *** Due to contracts with hotels and conference centers and the requirement to provide advanced notice on the number of attendees so they can order the correct amount of food, once you have registered, there will be no refunds. ***



$20.18 Member Registration
$30.18 after 08:00 pm March 30

$30.00 Non-Member Registration
$40.00 after 08:00 pm March 30

$0.00 Ranzy Gammal Scholarship Donation