The November 12 dinner meeting ofColumbia Basin ASQ (American Society for Quality) section will feature speaker Cerise Peck and the topic “Quality of (Online) Life: Be Careful Out There.”
For many of us, a large portion of our lives is lived online. We connect with others, work, shop and play online. Children use social media on a regular basis, too. Seemingly innocuous posts on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and other sites may be seen and used by predators to contact unsuspecting individuals. Cerise’s talk will focus on what we can do to help keep our children, other family members, friends and ourselves safer in today’s ever-evolving high tech world.
About the presenter: Cerise Peck is the Crime Prevention Specialist at the Richland Police Department and part of the South-East Regional Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce. She currently serves as the District 8 Regional Director for the Washington State Association of Crime Prevention. Born and raised in the Tri-Cities, Cerise has worked in the legal field for 19 years in both the private and public sectors.
Meeting Details: The November 12 meeting will be held at Joker’s Event Center, 624 Wellsian Way, in Richland, Washington. Check-in and networking begin at 5:30 pm; dinner may be ordered from the menu at 5:45; the presentation will start at 6:30. There is no charge for ASQ members; $5 for non‑members. Reservations are required by November 6. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with contact information and type of reservation (dinner and presentation or just the presentation. For the full meeting announcement and more information about Columbia Basin ASQ Section 0614: http://www.asq614.org