Watch this webinar to gain insights about how public agencies overcome complex and time-consuming public engagement processes to manage and achieve rich feedback from their constituents during capital program delivery.
Now that we are moving to a hybrid work environment, it has become difficult to host large events and gatherings.
In this webinar, industry leaders share the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to gaining richer feedback from their constituents.
Key Learning Objectives:
- How to connect with a broader audience
- How to ensure equitable participation for all
- How to streamline your public engagement processes
- How budget management and forecasting has been streamlined
- Best practices for hosting virtual campaigns
Dr. Shawn Wilson
Secretary of Louisiana DOT and AASHTO President
Dr. Shawn Wilson was appointed Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) by Governor John Bel Edwards on January 11, 2016 after more than 10 years of executive service at DOTD. Since his appointment, Dr. Wilson has been a tireless advocate for new revenue, maximizing Federal dollars available to Louisiana, advancing a balanced and comprehensive transportation policy for Louisiana, and ensuring the Department is more collaborative in its work at every level.
Former Director of Nebraska DOT
As High Street’s CEO, Kyle Schneweis is responsible for overall management of the company. Kyle joined High Street after serving for more than five years as Director of the 2,100 person Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT). During his tenure at NDOT, Kyle spearheaded merging the former Departments of Roads and of Aeronautics to create a multimodal Department of Transportation.
Former Director of Delaware DOT
Jennifer Cohan led the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) under two Governors, where she led agency wide reforms and produced the largest capital program in the State’s history. Prior to her appointment as Secretary, Jennifer served as the Director of the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles as the first woman to do so. Her state public service career spanned more than 31 years.