Women in Planning: Guiding Emerging Professionals

APA Planning and Women Division


Friday, December 15, 2017
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST

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As the percentage of women entering the planning profession increases and gain a firm foothold in the doorway of success, they are reaching back to the next generation and welcoming them through that open door. Join the APA Women and Planning Division for an exciting and inspiring discussion focused on your most pressing career questions and what seasoned planners wished they would have known in school and what they would have done differently. Find out the benefits of working in the public or private sector, skills employers are really looking for, and walk away with strategies for getting hired and succeeding in the first year on the job. A panel of top female professionals from early, mid, and seasoned careers will discuss a wide range of important topics including career growth and development, how to gain a valuable planning network, and share their own experiences and stories. This moderated panel will allow the audience to participate in this important dialogue through the use of live polling technology and interactive questions.



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Corrin Hoegen Wendell, AICP

Invited Speaker

Corrin Hoegen Wendell, AICP, is a practicing planner with over twelve years of experience providing planning, architectural, and research services. Corrin is a Senior Planner and Sector Representative with the Metropolitan Council. Previously, she has served as the City Planner for the City of North St. Paul in Minnesota, a ... Read More

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Christine Dersi, info@ohioplanning.org