IFMA Carolinas Joint Meeting with John Gaulden and Carrie Renegar of Gensler CharlotteWhen: 03/11/2021
Workplace with Heart: Driving New Competitive Advantages
with John Gaulden, Co-Managing Director, Principal, Gensler Charlotte and
Carrie Renegar, Design Director, Gensler Charlotte
Join us as we introduce a new way of thinking about how we design the experience of work in offices and beyond, prompted by the pandemic but inspired by a vision for something more equitable, engaging, and effective than ever before. This new approach challenges traditional planning models to rethink space utilization and emphasize the human experience value to better engage employees and attract new talent. We will explore how the future of work can bring people, place, and technology together to remove old barriers and put employees at the heart of the workplace. Gensler will be using an interactive polling tool, Mentimeter, to engage with us. You may want to invite your IT colleagues to join us to learn more about the concepts presented.
With more than 30 years of experience and a portfolio of award-winning assignments, John helps bring the power of design to life transforming organizations, institutions, and communities. He strives to serve his clients including local, national, and global companies as a trusted advisor, building long-term relationships that provide great value in business and in life. His strong client rapport is exemplified by long-standing relationships with Fortune 500 companies, local developers, and highly regarded non-profits. John received his master's degree in architecture from Rice University, and bachelor's in architecture from Clemson University. He is an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and a member of the University of North Carolina Charlotte (UNCC) College of Architecture Advisory Council.
Carrie Renegar is a design director in Gensler's Charlotte office where she focuses on creating environments that are inspiring and unique to the needs of the business of each client. With over 20 years of experience, she plays a vital role in the design process, translating conceptual ideas into impactful spatial realities. Carrie has served on both the communications and programs committees for CoreNet Carolinas, as a Vice President for IIDA New York, and is a past president of the Interior Designers for Legislation in New York. She received a Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Topic: IFMA Carolinas March Lunch Program
Time: Thursday, March 11, 2021 11:30 AM
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Meeting ID: 883 5070 9288
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