Women in Planning: Emerging Leaders from Academia to Planning Practice


Date/Time
Date(s) - Jul 27, 2018
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Planners just starting out are already making a significant impact to the way we as planners think about tough and intriguing issues in the planning field. Join the APA Women and Planning Division for an exciting and inspiring discussion focused on highlighting division student members from various planning programs from across the country and internationally! A panel of top female recent graduates in their early career will discuss a wide range of important topics including their in-depth research and thesis capstones focused on topics such as equitable and sustainable communities, infrastructure and mobility constraints, environmental issues, and transportation barriers, as well as share their own experiences and stories. See how each has found interesting ways to make their mark on the planning profession. This moderated panel will allow the audience to participate in these planning topics through the use of live polling technology and interactive questions.

Speakers: Corrin Hoegen Wendell, AICP, Dena Farsad, Yemeserach Taddele, Andrea Clark, and Carrie Sauer

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