Seattle Economics Council
The Seattle Economics Council (SEC) was founded in 1968 to provide a forum for business and economic issues and a network for local economists and those interested in business economics. The SEC is associated with the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference (PNREC) and is the Seattle-area chapter of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE).
Contact the Seattle Economics Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly luncheon meetings feature guest speakers who are leaders in their fields and offer timely and insightful presentations in areas such as:
- Real estate and land use
- International trade
- Environmental issues
- Securities, investments, and finance
- Public policy issues
- Local business and industry
Become a Member
Individual and organizational memberships are available. Membership provides access to the membership directory, updated annually, priority access to upcoming events, and special members evening events.
The four member elected board brings a diverse background of public and private sector experience.
Board members serve for four one year rotations as secretary, treasurer, vice president, and president.
Please talk to one of our current board members at the next SEC event if you are interested in becoming a future board member.
Prior season speaker information, topics, and presentation material are available for reference. Any specific questions or sourcing information on material provided should be directed directly to the speaker.
Art Harnisch Fund
The Seattle Economics Council maintains the Art Harnisch Fund in memory of one of our founding members. Art Harnisch was an economist with the Army Corps of Engineers who endowed the Art Harnisch fund in his will to provide students with a partial subsidy for their luncheons and to provide opportunities for students to grow and learn as part of the Seattle Economics Council. Occasionally, we ask our membership to donate to the fund to help replenish it in order to help the next generation of Seattle-based economists grow and prosper in our field of interest.
Or Donate At The Next SEC Event