Upcoming Webinars

ACT Webinars are free for members and $50 for non-members. During COVID-19, non-members can take 50% off with the code ACT_CARES at checkout

2-Part Webinar Series Coming in February

Part 1: Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 2pm EST (tentative)
Part 2: TDB

Speakers
Elizabeth Hughes, TDM Specialists Inc.

Elizabeth Hughes is TDM Specialists Inc.’s President and Principal Transportation Demand Management (TDM) planner. Ms. Hughes has more than 20 years of experience developing sustainable TDM plans that meet entitlement, reduce parking demand and vehicle trip mitigation requirements. As a practitioner in the commuter management field, Ms. Hughes has a distinctive ability to identify transportation needs and corresponding mobility resources. This specialty knowledge allows her to coordinate appropriate solutions that include transit or shuttles, carpool, bicycle, walk, vanpool, and telecommute. Significant survey data from a variety of projects (office, biotech, hi-tech, retail, business parks, multi-family residential, etc.) provide insights that allow Ms. Hughes to create successful behavior change marketing campaigns to enhance employee and resident engagement. She also creates and implements customized commuter programs for property managers, large and small employers, and facilities and human resource professionals.

Timothy McEnery, Marwood Company

Mr. Timothy (Tim) McEnery is a Managing Director at the Marwood Company as well as the Managing Director of its lending platform, Westcliff Financial LLC.  He possesses over 24 years of institutional level experience in commercial real estate investment and management and in management consulting/business strategy. He has been involved in various executive positions working at both domestic and international levels leading teams of + 50 individuals. As a Managing Director of Marwood, his primary activities include involvement in all day-to-day operations around portfolio management of the office assets, asset management, managing the entitlement process for various commercials developments, and driving all the capital markets activities related to the portfolio. At Westcliff Financial, which is based in San Francisco, Tim operates the commercial real estate debt platform providing bridge products for commercial and residential properties. Tim is a native of Sunnyvale, CA and started his business career at IBM. Tim holds a double BA from the University of San Francisco (USF) in Politics and French where he received a 4-year scholarship and was captain of the Men’s NCAA Division I Soccer Team.  Later, he played semi-professional soccer in France.  He holds an MA from The American University in International Law/International Organization. 

Matthew Visick, Reuben, Junius & Rose LLP

Mr. Visick focuses his practice on land use and environmental law, assisting property owners and developers with all stages of the land use and entitlement process.  He has broad experience in matters related to planning and zoning law, the Coastal Act, water rights, the Subdivision Map Act, climate change regulations, takings, code enforcement, and rent control.  He has particular expertise in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and works closely with project proponents, public agencies, and environmental consultants on the preparation and defense of CEQA documents such as negative declarations and environmental impact reports.  Mr. Visick is a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP). Before joining Reuben, Junius & Rose, Mr. Visick served as general and special counsel to public agencies in the Bay Area, advising agency staff and decision-making bodies on land use and municipal law issues. In that capacity, he helped bring to a successful resolution controversial environmental and land use matters and provided strategic advice on legislation and regulatory initiatives.  He is an experienced litigator in both trial and appellate courts, successfully resolving litigation involving CEQA, takings, redevelopment, water rights, civil rights, Proposition 218, and rent control, with several cases garnering published decisions.

 


**Note: upcoming webinar dates may be subject to change until registration opens, but are generally scheduled for Tuesdays or Thursdays each month at 2pm EST. To suggest a webinar topic, complete and submit this form to cmurphy@actweb.org

February

Topic TBA: Thursday, February 11, 2021
Topic TBA: Date TBD

March

Topic TBD: Thursday, March 11, 2021

April

Topic TBD: Date TBD

May

TDM for Schools: Thursday, May 13, 2021

June

Topic TBD: Date TBD

July

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August

Topic TBD: Date TBD

September

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October

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November

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December

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