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Monday, July 20 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
20x20 Session

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  1. Cultivating Small Businesses and Maintaining Business Relations
  2. Diversity within Virginia’s planning profession
  3. #SharingIsCaring: How the Sharing Economy Is Improving Our Public Spaces
  4. Community Resilience through Small Businesses: Red Hook, Brooklyn New York Case Study

Speakers
avatar for Margaret Cowell

Margaret Cowell

Assistant Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech
Margaret Cowell, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning at Virginia Tech. Her research focuses on economic development, urban economy, and public policy. Her research has been funded by the MacArthur Foundation and United States Economic Development Administration.
avatar for Jill Griffin, AICP

Jill Griffin, AICP

Commercial Development Specialist, Arlington County Government
Planner in the field of economic development...retail policies, small business guidance, permitting process assistance.
avatar for Laurel McGinley, P.E.

Laurel McGinley, P.E.

Senior Associate, Dewberry
Laurel McGinley has 18 years of professional experience in program management, emergency management, and geotechnical and environmental engineering. Currently Ms. McGinley leads the engineering group within Dewberry’s Coastal and Resilience Consulting branch. As such, she oversees the development of a number of hazard mitigation and resilience projects, to include risk and vulnerability assessments, project scoping, benefit-cost analysis, and... Read More →
avatar for Abbey Ness

Abbey Ness

Analyst, Cardno
Abbey Ness is an analyst with Marstel-Day, a conservation and military planning firm. In this capacity, she analyzes land use-based solutions to encroachment challenges affecting Navy and Air Force installations. As the co-chair of the Young Planners Group, she organizes professional development and networking opportunities for young professionals across Virginia. Abbey received her master’s degree in urban and environmental planning from... Read More →
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Judd Ullom

Graduate Student, Virginia Tech
Recently graduated from Virginia Tech's Master's of Urban and Regional Planning program. Interested in historic preservation and economic development.



Monday July 20, 2015 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Merrimac Sheraton Waterside Hotel

Attendees (18)