The SEAONC SE3 Committee is excited to announce the upcoming panel discussion entitled Work-Life Balance: Perspectives and Real Life Solutions
Date: Thursday, October 11th, 2018.
Time: 5 pm to 8 pm
Location: Thornton Tomasetti, 650 California St #1400, San Francisco, CA 94108
Panelists: Abe Lynn, Ibbi Almufti, David Friedman, Gina Beretta, Lizzie Blaisdell
Moderator: Ayse Hortacsu
This panel will open with remarks from the SE3 committee about the importance of work-life balance, highlighting findings from the 2016 SE3 survey and related preliminary results from the most recent national survey. The five panelists will discuss their personal and organizational experiences in establishing work-life balance.
The event will conclude with a Q&A session and a networking happy hour, during which attendees may share their reflections or experiences, ask questions,
or solicit advice from the panelists.
Please go to our SE3 event page for more information on this event.
Registration will open on Friday, September 14th.
Note that space is limited. We highly recommend that registering early.
While Angie Sommer, SE and Nick Sherrow-Groves, P.E. were chairing the SEAONC SE3 Committee in 2017, we had a small task group dedicated to refining and expanding our list of best practices, including resources for companies and individuals to help improve our industry.
Over the last couple of months, we have been working on the visual presentation of this guide. With great pride, we are delighted to share it with the professional community.
This team was lead by Rupa Garai. Other core contributors to this effort include Susan LaFore, Lauren Biscombe, Karen Vogt-Wilcox, Abhinanda Dilip, Brenna Marcoux and Sarah Sullivan, and of course, Rose McClure - for the vision, inspiration, and continuous support through this process of refinement.
The link to this document is HERE.
Please review, enjoy, and share with your colleagues!
The Best Practices Resource Guide provides a collection of actionable steps that can be taken by engineers at all levels, from entry level to principals, to move toward the goal of engagement and equity.