The 2022 Community Partnership Forum discussed the new world of work.

The content of this program will help all of us navigate a changing environment and assure that we have our own houses in order to meet the challenges ahead.” ~ Steve Mutty, CEO of Volunteer Fairfax

The 14th annual Community Partnership Forum was held on Wednesday, June 8 virtually and at George Mason University’s Arlington Campus. This event brought together nonprofit, business, and government leaders from across the Washington metro area. These explored issues related to the new world of work, with its changing workforce and workplace landscape. The forum was hosted by Mason’s Schar School of Policy and Government along with its regional partners:  Greater McLean Chamber of CommerceUnited Way of the National Capital Area, and Leadership Fairfax. Other collaborators included Britepaths, Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, Northern Virginia Family Service, The Arc of Northern Virginia, and Volunteer Fairfax.

Speakers at the 14th annual forum included:

  • Andrea Bunch, Vice President, Human Resources, JK Moving Services
  • Jacqueline Dendievel, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Northern Virginia Family Service
  • Ian Gordon, Vice President, Community Impact & Engagement, United Way of the National Capital Area
  • Jonathan Griffith, Managing Director, Capital One Center
  • Rodney L. Lusk, Fairfax County Supervisor – Lee District
  • Daniel Olberding, Associate Vice President, CannonDesign
  • Kimberly Scales, Senior Consultant, Deloitte (Future of Work)
  • Tony Womack, Executive Vice President, Transwestern

For those interested in accessing this informative session, we are happy to provide the slides and recording from the forum. We hope these resources will help organizations, large or small, make informed decisions about post-pandemic workplaces!

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