The Next Generation of Planners: Millennials, Duh! (Don't Tell My Gen-X Boss)

APA Florida Chapter


Thursday, September 7, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. EDT

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Cross-generational differences are readily apparent as more Millennials are entering the workplace. Discover how the sociology of generations can have meaningful impacts on how we work, live, and plan for communities.

The speakers will speak anecdotally about the generalizations of behavior across generations. The purpose of the session is to bring attention to the different perspectives that generations may offer to the planning workplace, and hopefully spur thoughts of how to bring our strengths together to maximize our abilities together to serve our collective communities.


Kristina Morrow

Confirmed Speaker

Kristina Morrow, Millennial, LEED Green Associate, Florida Atlantic University, Transportation Planner Kristina is not an ordinary Millennial--seriously, she's special. She wants clearly defined expectations so to maximize her time. Growing up she was highly encouraged, and feels comfortable voicing her opinion. She learns by speaking her mind aloud, and ... Read More

Jim Barnes

Confirmed Speaker

Jim Barnes, AICP CEP, Gen-Xer, Assistant Village Manager With over 30 years of experience in the public and private sector, Jim has experienced being the youngest planner in the room with the best hair to being the "experienced" member of the group with - well, no need for any hair products ... Read More

Jeremy Mullings, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Jeremy Mullings, AICP, Senior Planner. Jeremy has over 20 years' planning experience in the public and private sectors. He has seen first-hand the effects of cross-generational differences take shape in the workplace. Jeremy grew up at a time with high levels of freedom, and his natural managing style is an ... Read More

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