Do you have what it takes to Survive on Ethics Island? Can you Outwit, Outplay and Outlast your fellow certified planners? In this session we will test your ethics against the other tribes, until only one tribe remains. If you pass certain tests, you will win the immunity idol, which will protect you from being thrown off the island. Otherwise your ethics will be suspect and you will be cast off! Do you have what it takes to survive? This session is a great and lively refresher with the Code of Ethics. As practicing planners it is important to know what the Code actually says about Ethics and practice applying it, rather than work off of what we 'think' is ethical and what is not. A review of the Code will be given and real-life scenarios will take the Code and bring it to life. This is a fun, lively and interesting session and a great way to refresh and learn about ethics in our profession.
We will address the AICP Code of Ethics and review all required components for our participants to achieve their ethics CM credits.
Darcy Kremin, AICP
Darcy Kremin, AICP, is the Bay Area Environmental Practice Leader at Michael Baker International in Oakland and Walnut Creek. Darcy has almost 20 years of environmental planning experience, and specializes in CEQA and NEPA compliance, particularly for large public utility projects in California. She also sits on the California Planning ... Read More
Kevin Keller, AICP
Kevin is the Deputy Director of the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. He manages land use planning for Central Los Angeles, including Hollywood, Downtown, and the Wilshire Corridor. Kevin staffs the Central Area Planning Commission and also oversees the rapidly developing Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment District surrounding the ... Read More
Brooke Peterson, AICP
Brooke Peterson is an Associate Principal with PlaceWorks and leads their San Diego regional practice. Brooke has extensive planning experience managing planning and development projects throughout Southern California. She is particularly strong in leading teams on complex and controversial projects. She previously worked in urban and environmental planning at ICF ... Read More
Kim Prillhart, AICP
Kim Prillhart, AICP, is the Planning Director for the County of Ventura where she leads a team of 35 professional land use planners and biologists with specialists in cultural heritage, oil and gas, film permitting and mining. Kim has also served as the Director of the Central Coast Section of ... Read More
Jennifer Lilley, AICP
Jennifer is the City Planner for the City of Brea. Previously, she was the owner of the Lilley Planning Group, leading a team of professionals to provide outstanding services to clients throughout California. Jennifer has more than 20 years of professional planning experience providing current and long-range planning services. She ... Read More