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NAF Houston: Virtual Social meeting

July 29, 2020
July 29, 2020
Start time:
12:00 am
End time:
1:00 pm
Register here

The Netherland-America Foundation (NAF) Houston chapter invites you to the first virtual BYOL Social!

As times continue to prevent us from meeting face to face, we are offering an alternative by bringing a virtual social every other month. These socials will allow for questions and discussions in an intimate setting, around a specific theme. So, don’t miss out and register now!

Lessons we’ve learned from the previous oil crisis… and how they can help us today.

After a short documentary (Dutch with English subtitles) about the previous oil crisis, you get the opportunity to ask questions to Henk Jelsma, President of Radiant Drilling Services Inc in Spring TX, about the challenges when oil prices drop and how he is dealing with these challenges, then and now.

Join us for an informal session, and don’t forget to bring your own lunch and drinks. Discuss with peers from the industry or just listen in.

Interested in more events like this or to support the NAF Charity organization?

Join or renew your membership today!

NAF-Houston supports exchanges between the United States and the Netherlands in the arts, sciences, education, business, public affairs, and much more.  Members get connected through social and cultural events, education programs, business-networking meetings, and other special events. Founded in 1921, the Foundation is active in 8 cities across the USA and a chapter in the Netherlands. Since joining the NAF in 2017, Houston has supported unique Dutch events in the city, from King's Day to the Dutch Artist collective at Moody's Center for the Arts at Rice University.

There are a variety of Membership levels to choose from, beginning with an individual contribution of just $100 a year ($50 Student). Please support our mission and share our interest in promoting Dutch-American exchange.

The Netherland-America Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization. All contributions are tax-deductible for the purpose of U. S. federal and state taxes, to the extent permitted by federal and state law.

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