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March 31, 2022

ACEC Will Present 15 Business Education Sessions at Upcoming Annual Convention

ACEC Will Present 15 Business Education Sessions at Upcoming Annual Convention

Talent recruitment/retention issues and federal market opportunities lead the way in the business education programs at the upcoming 2022 ACEC Annual Convention and Legislative Summit, May 22-25 in Washington, D.C.

ACEC will present 15 business education sessions during Convention. Participants will earn one PDH for each session.  

Monday, May 23

Talent Acquisition in 2022 and Beyond—Nik Lahiri, Essel Environmental & Emergency Response

Integration and Creating Value: 1+1=3—Colvin Matheson, Matheson Advisors

Federal Market Opportunities – Transportation Grants Under the IIJA: What’s on the Street and What’s Coming Next?

Remote Risk Review: What Your Remote Employees Need to Understand About Risk Management—Eric Singer, Ice Miller LLP and Karen Erger, Lockton

Coordinating Compensation and Ownership Philosophies—Matt Keene, Chartwell

Federal Market Opportunities – Green and Blue Hydrogen Program Developments Under the IIJA – Driven Energy Transition

How Capture Planning, Sales Funnels & Business Development KPIs create a Culture of Selectivity and Accountability—Kathy Nanowski, Fuss & ONeill

The Value of Differentiating your Firm through Implementation of Technology and Innovative Best Practices—Brendon Cussio, Morrissey Goodale LLC

Federal Market Opportunities – Resilience Engineering in IIJA Implementation

Tuesday, May 24

How to Get and Keep Rock Star Project Managers—Mary Loden, PE, Compass Management Consulting

How Work Works Better: Fostering a Culture of Mutual Accountability while Honoring Individual Autonomy—Katie Toghramadjian and Mary Karlsson, Isthmus Engineering, Inc.

How to Reduce Cyber Risks for Small and Midsize Organizations—Brian Nordmann, Dudek

Standard of Care Issues for Engineers—Katharine Jones, O’Hagan Meyer and Paula Dixon, Holmes Murphy

Leading Growth and Preventing Workplace Burnout Post-Pandemic—Peter Atherton, ActionsProve

Using Technology to Tackle the Climate Crisis: Harnessing the Synergies of Mitigation and Adaptation—Patricia Gary, Donovan Hatem LLP

In addition, there will be numerous Solutions Center presentations by Exhibit Hall vendors.

Click here for more information about the Convention and to register. Early-bird registration rates are still available.



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March 31, 2022



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