IEA Webinars Tuesday June 16th, 2020 One Hour Zoom Webinar9am Hawaii Time, Noon Pacific, 1pm Mountain, 2pm Central, 3pm Eastern This webinar has passed and you cannot register anymore, however you can view to the webinar below. Your browser does not support the video tag. “The Office of the Future – Living in a COVID-19 World” hosted by Caroline Shelly, Principal of HF Planners and a member of the Executives Association of New Jersey. Caroline is a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design – Accredited Professional). She also earned the CID – Certificate of Interior Design – from the state of New Jersey. Caroline has over 25 years of experience in facility design, by which she is dedicated to helping corporations maximize their work environment. She is involved with every project, whether it is as the Account Manager or the background support. Caroline’s involvement in each project helps ensure accuracy of all steps of the project to guarantee a quality design and lasting relationship with the client. She is currently studying for her Change Management certificate through Cornell University. As an IEA member you can attend for free. Caroline is recognized as a Leading Woman Entrepreneur for 2017 by the Leading Women Entrepreneur and Business Owners organization. Additionally, she is an active member of NJ IFMA, and on the executive board for The Common Thread for the Cure. In 2010, HF Planners earned its WBENC certification as a diverse supplier. Caroline is committed to the WPEO (Women’s President Educational Organization) and regularly attends the national conference. She has been a Board Member for NJ IFMA and EANJ. HF Planners has created a proto-type floor plan and in this webinar Caroline will walk you through the various areas of your business and how to protect/change them to be prepared to going back to work in the Covid-19 world: Entry into building Reception Areas Pantry Bathrooms Wellness Rooms Open Office Space Conference Rooms This informative webinar will discuss “touch points” and how to avoid them. Retrofitting existing furniture to help stop the spread of germs. And incorporating new materials on the market that are anti-microbial and anti-bacterial.