September 2017: Threats Related to WMDs

The FBI, Weapons of Mass Destruction, and the Chemical Industry
FBI Special Agent Todd Piantedosi, San Francisco FBI Office
Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017, 6 – 9 PM
Location: Michael’s at Shoreline Park, Mountain View

This presentation focuses on how the FBI interacts with the chemical industry as it seeks to accomplish its mission of protecting the American people while preserving the Constitution. More specifically, the San Francisco office’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Coordinator will explain how chemicals can be used in WMD attacks and the steps the FBI is taking to counter the threat.

Biography
Special Agent Todd J. Piantedosi joined the FBI after ten years in the health care finance sector. Upon completion of 20 weeks of training in Quantico, Virginia, he was assigned to the Washington DC field office where he worked counterintelligence for three years. He transitioned to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) preparedness, response and investigations for four years, after which he was promoted to Headquarters. There, he oversaw counter-proliferation cases nationwide and managed several WMD programs. In January of 2016, he relocated to the FBI’s San Francisco office, where he recently assumed the role of WMD Coordinator. Special Agent Piantedosi is a graduate of Brown University and The Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law. He lives and works in Oakland.

Time 6:00 Social Hour
7:00 Dinner
8:00 Presentation
Cost Regular participant: $30
Students: $15
Dinner options Broiled Salmon
Breast of Chicken Florentine
Mushroom Crepes

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